GLASGOW brewery and venue, Drygate, has overhauled its branding and range as the business marks its fifth anniversary.
The new-look branding on both the brewery’s beers and the Drygate bar and restaurant – renamed Drygate Brasserie – features geometric designs and bright colours that are designed to resemble “the scientific, precise and human side of brewing”.
The range itself has been consolidated with the new core beers comprising Gladeye IPA, Bearface Lager, mango IPA Disco Forklift Truck, Orinoco milk stout and Seven Peaks IPA, which has been reduced from 5% ABV to 3.9% ABV to become a session IPA.
A new 0.5% ABV orange-infused pale ale, Shred, will be added to the core range later this year.
Meanwhile, the brewery’s west coast-style IPA, Crossing the Rubicon, and lager Chimera move into the new Draft Picks range; a selection of draught-only beers available at Drygate and selected other venues.