Beer and books are both an indulgence, but have you ever tried to combine them? Substitute the compulsory tea with one of our suggested beer to give your reading experience a tasty twist.
Floral and citrus aromas with a dry crisp finish – This new world pilsner called Helles Glen by the family-run Loch Lomond Brewery in Alexandria is a pleasure to drink. Try it while reading Torn Edges by Brian McHugh, which tells the story of a Glaswegian family discovering their Irish heritage when a mysterious coin is found at a crime scene in the City.
Heidi Weisse is a very special brew, brewed in Glasgow in strict adherence with the German Purity Law of 1516. Combining the style of Bavarian wheat beer with a Glaswegian heart, a banana and clove taste is created. Why not use the unusual brew to ponder about Scottish identity and read A Subtle Sadness by Sandy Jamieson?