THE sun is shining, summer is almost upon us and we Weegies can’t get enough of good food and drinks. That means only one thing: food and drinks tours. There are the 10 best in and around Glasgow, according to TripAdvisor reviews:

10. The Glasgow Food and Drink Tour, Glasgow
55 reviews/5 stars

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A foodie walking tour set up to give you a great understanding of what makes Glasgow. On The West End Wander, visit six well known restaurants, shops and bars where you’ll taste some of Glasgow’s unique delicacies, sample some gin and enjoy a wee dram. Explore some of Glasgow’s fascinating history and culture along the way. Visit glasgowfoodndrinktour.co.uk.

9. Tennent’s Wellpark Brewery, Glasgow
865 reviews/4.5 stars

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Wellpark Brewery is home to more than 450 years of brewing tradition and award winning beers. This new tour takes you behind the scenes to discover how the team makes Tennent’s so special. Visit tennentstours.com.

8. Glengoyne Distillery, Dumgoyne
1,381 reviews/4.5 stars

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Often described as Scotland's most beautiful distillery, Glengoyne is open all year for guided tours, whisky tastings and special events. Just a short drive from Glasgow. Visit glengoyne.com.

7. The Clydeside Distillery, Glasgow
384 reviews/4.5 stars

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Glasgow’s first dedicated single malt scotch whisky distillery in over 100 years. Contains a visitor experience, café, and specialist whisky shop, just along the banks of the River Clyde.

6. Auchentoshan Distillery, Clydebank
494 reviews/4.5 stars

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The best way of experiencing a number of Auchentoshan malts. How deep into the taste experience you go is entirely up to you and there are a number of unique opportunities to take advantage of. Visit auchentoshan.com.

5. Tennent’s Training Academy, Glasgow
220 reviews/5 stars

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Hidden behind the gates of the famous Wellpark Brewery in Glasgow’s East End sits Scotland's only purpose built cook school. Wide range of classes available from an afternoon cocktail-making class to a full professional chef qualification. Scottish cooking and whisky tastings available. Visit tennentstours.com.

4 The Wee Food Tour, Glasgow
180 reviews/5 stars

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Glasgow’s original food tour welcomes guests from all over the world to sample the vast array of Scottish food in Glasgow. Covering the West End, East End and Merchant City, visit six independent restaurants and sample over 20 foods and snacks all made, produced and eaten here in Scotland. Visit weefoodtour.com.

3. Once Upon A Whisky, Glasgow
84 reviews/5 stars

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Informative and fun whisky tastings and guided whisky tours throughout both Glasgow and Edinburgh. The team show you how to enjoy whisky while learning curious facts and quirky stories about the Scottish national drink, from cocktails and food to music and films. Visit onceuponawhisky.co.uk.

2. Slainte Scotland, Glasgow
167 reviews/5 stars

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Wonderful tours of Glasgow, its surrounding areas and the rest of Scotland including whisky tours, filming locations tours such as Outlander Tours, Harry Potter Tours and and history tours. Visit slaintescotland.com.

1. Eat walk Glasgow, Glasgow
150 reviews/5 stars

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Eat walk Glasgow offer a food walking tour through the heart of the City of Glasgow. Taking in five stops in interesting historical buildings that house excellent bars & restaurants. Not only will you taste locally sourced produce but will hear about the rich history of Glasgow as you walk between venues. Visit eatwalkglasgow.co.uk.