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Tennent’s On Tap

Tennent's On Tap

Tennent’s, Scotland’s best-selling lager, the liquid bread, the lifeline of many students, and the reason why every now and then Glasgow smells like yeast. Basically, the cheapest (drinkable) beer you can find on a student budget, except maybe something from Lidl. It’s also the primary and cheapest beer drank and sold at all of the University’s unions. It’s brewed at Wellpark Brewery in the East End of Glasgow, so if the winds are just right, you can smell the distinct smell of yeast which the brewing process emits, all the way to the West End.

This particular tap is from the Hetherington Research Club.

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