You’ve been dreaming about a weekend in Glasgow, but you’ll be spending a little more than an hour getting to it.
And when it comes to the Blue Star Brewing beers, you’re going to need to be ready.
The Blue Star Beer Championship is a beer festival in which thousands of people drink a variety of beers from the city’s craft brewing scene.
Its organisers, the Glasgow Breweries, are hoping to recreate a similar event at the brewery and brewery owners.
It’s a big undertaking, but Glasgow Brewers founder Jim Kelly believes it’s worth the effort.
“We’ve got a lot of people coming from across the world that are coming here to drink the beer and to experience it.
And we need to make sure they’re there and that they’re enjoying it.”
We’re hoping that we can recreate it with our brewery and then make sure we get everyone on board.
“The beer festival is not only a great way to spend an evening, it’s also an amazing way to introduce people to Scotland’s craft beer scene and to celebrate what we’re all about.”
So I think the Blue Stars event is going to be one of the highlights of the week.
“It’s going to go down a bit differently from a regular beer festival because we’re bringing a lot more of the city to the event.”
As a result of the festival, Glasgow Brews will have an expanded brewing room, with an expanded menu and an expanded beer catalogue.
Kelly said: “I think people are going to enjoy the experience of being part of something that we’ve built from the ground up.”
They’ll also get to meet a lot people that are working in the industry and I think they’ll also enjoy the atmosphere.
“The organisers of the event are hoping the event can help create a community in Glasgow.
Glasgow Breweries’ president and general manager David Smith said: “There’s been a lot invested in our brewing industry in Glasgow and we’re hoping this event can go some way to helping create that community.”
I think we’re seeing a lot growth in the craft beer community and I hope that we’ll be able to help in that.”
People will definitely be drinking our beers in the evening and we hope to create a good community of beer drinkers.
“It will be the first time the Glasgow Brewery has taken part in the event.
This year’s festival has attracted more than 10,000 people and attracted thousands of new breweries and new beers from across Scotland.