Your Tour

A pint of Tennent’s and a warming meal in a welcoming Glasgow pub.

If this sounds like bliss for you, then you’ll jump at the chance to book in for the special offer we currently have with our friends at Committee Room No.9. They’ve partnered with us to offer a unique tour experience that is topped odd with a two-course meal at their city-centre bar.

This package is in two parts. You’ll kick off with the full tour experience at the Tennent’s Visitor Centre, where your guide will take you all over the brewery. We pride ourselves on being able to offer an access-all-areas style tour where you get to see the process of making Scotland’s favourite beer from start to finish.

After the tour, it’s common for guests to work up a thirst, so it’s lucky we offer a pint at the end that is extra special. Poured from small copper tanks, it’s your chance to taste the freshest pint of Tennent’s anyone could get their hands on.

Your Meal

When the tour is over, we’re hoping you’ll have worked up an appetite for some of the great food on offer at Committee Rom No9.

Just a short walk away from the brewery, you’ll find yourself in a traditional Scottish pub serving up gastropub fayre and, of course, the perfect meal accompaniment in the form of a pint of Tennents (or glass of wine if you prefer).

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To book call us here at the Visitor Centre on 0141 202 7145.

To book your place, please call the Visitor Centre on 0141 202 7145.

The experience is £27.50 per person.

You can choose from a starter & main, or a main & dessert. The full menu can be viewed here. The meal deal will include a pint of Tennents or 125ml Glass of Wine.

We currently only take booking for the tour and meal by phone. You can get in touch and book your place by calling 0141 202 7145.

Chances are slim you’ll be able to book on the day for the tour and meal deal. We highly recommend booking in advance by calling us on 0141 202 7145.

Go and see what makes the Bhoys in green one of the city’s most beloved sports team and then see what makes Tennent’s the city’s most beloved beer.