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A Glaswegian legend and Scotland’s best-known malt whisky pub, the redoubtable Pot Still has been trading in spirits since the middle of the 19th century – although it really took off during the
1980s when the landlord introduced a list of more than 300 different names from renowned distillers large and small. These days, the range spans everything from Aberfeldy and Antiquary via Oban and
Old Elgin to White Horse and Whyte and Mackay – all lined up on an impressive gantry in the bar. The Pot Still also champions Scottish real ale, with representatives from Broughton, Borders,
Tempest and the Ayr Brewing Company on the pumps, while the grub is honest home-cooking for the tipplers. Given its location in the city’s theatre district, it’s no surprise that the Pot Still is a
regular haunt of thespians, celebs and dram-loving foreigners.
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