Tickets have gone on sale for Indie Beer Scotland, which is returning to the Clyde Rooms, at Edmiston House in Glasgow, on 6th and 7th September.

Indie Beer Scotland drinkers

Featuring more than 200 cask and craft keg beers from some of Scotland’s best independent breweries, plus cider and spirits from independent Scottish producers, the event is in its second year in Glasgow after launching in Edinburgh in 2022.

Indie Beer Scotland is organised by Scottish brewers from the not-for-profit trade association the Society of Independent Brewers and Associates (SIBA). All beer and ticket and beer prices have been frozen from 2023.

Festival organiser Fiona MacEachern, from Loch Lomond Brewery, says the event has found its home at the ‘superb’ Glasgow venue. “It’s great to be back at the Clyde Rooms at Edmiston House, a superb modern event space just a short walk from the subway and with great connections and transport links.

“We’re really proud to call Edmiston the home of Scotland’s only national beer festival, featuring exclusively Scottish independent craft breweries, cider producers, and independent spirits producers.”

She added: “Indie Beer Scotland is an event for everybody and we’re really proud to be freezing all of our beer prices for another year. We just want people to come and enjoy the huge range of great Scottish beers we have on offer, whether you’re into traditional real ales, modern craft beers, or great tasting lagers, Scottish brewing really has got something for everybody.”

Indie Beer Scotland is also the home of the SIBA Scotland Independent Beer Awards, with judging taking place to find Scotland’s very best beers prior to the festival opening to the public.

Festival tickets are available here.

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