Innis & Gunn chief Dougal Sharp hails new Glasgow outlet

Innis & Gunn founder Dougal Sharp at the new bar in the Argyle Street Arches.
Innis & Gunn founder Dougal Sharp at the new bar in the Argyle Street Arches.
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Scottish craft brewer Innis & Gunn has spent a six-figure sum on its latest outlet which opened this weekend in Glasgow’s Argyle Street Arches.

As well as serving 14 draft beers, a number of ales brewed on site will also be available in the coming weeks.

The venue is the seventh bar to be opened by the Edinburgh-based brewer.

Dougal Sharp, Innis & Gunn founder, said: “We have been big fans of what the team at Argyle Street Arches have been building since the venue reopened, so it’s amazing to now be a central part of the journey at what is definitely one of the most exciting venues in Scotland right now.”

Argyle Street Arches is made up of a series of adjoining arches which is part of the substructure of Glasgow’s Central Station. Last year Innis & Gunn, which began brewing in Edinburgh in 2003, sold more than 25 million bottles of beer across more than 30 countries.