The Briggait, a beautiful Grade A listed building in Glasgow’s Merchant City, has been transformed into a new home for visual artists, cultural organisations and festivals. Originally built in 1873, the Briggait was the city’s fish market for over 100 years. It’s been described by Historic Scotland as ‘Scotland’s most important collection of surviving market halls’.
For one weekend only, it will play host to Scotland’s first festival to wrap all of Scotland’s world class drinks profile together at one event: The Scottish Drinks Festival.
All sampled drinks are included in the price but if you want to pick up any extra bottles, glassware or street food you will need to part with a few pennies. Most suppliers will take card payment but it’s worth mentioning that if you prefer cash, there is no ATM in Briggait.
Come and see the stunning Briggait first hand on August 5th and 6th 2017.
AUTHENTIC & CREDIBLE SCOTTISH DRINK TASTING, LOCAL STREET FOOD SPECIALISTS ,LIVE ACOUSTIC MUSIC, A TRULY INTIMATE & CULTURAL EXPERIENCE…
The Scottish Drinks Festival curates a celebration of drinks, sampling, food, music and Scottish culture. Under the spectacular roof of The Briggait, one of Glasgow’s most iconic buildings, situated on the bank of the River Clyde we will showcase an authentic and credible Scottish drink tasting experience in an unexpected and memorable way.