In 2019 the Glasgow Real Ale Festival supported the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity.

Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity

Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity

Founded in 2001, Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity (formerly known as Yorkhill Children’s Charity) was established to support children and their families treated at Glasgow’s Royal Hospital for Sick Children – Yorkhill.

For more than 100 years, the children’s hospital in Glasgow has been caring for babies, children and young people from across Scotland and beyond.

Since 2001, they have invested more than £30 million in the children’s hospital in Glasgow. This has been possible thanks to the generosity of donors, fundraisers and volunteers, whose support ensures that Scotland’s children receive the best possible care.

With your ongoing support, Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity can continue working tirelessly to ensure that young patients receive the extra special care they deserve at Scotland’s largest children’s hospital.

Opening Hours

Thursday: 15:30 To 22:00
Friday: 12:00 To 22:00
Saturday: 12:00 To 22:00


Tickets are available at the door costing £7 per session (£5 for CAMRA members). Ticket price includes programme and souvenir festival glass.

Advance tickets are available at our TCKTY website. The tickets cost £20 and include the entrance fee noted above with the balance in beer tokens.

(discounted entry price of £2 to subsequent sessions with festival glass)

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