7 places in Glasgow to grab a bottle of Purist!
The Cave, West End.
Around since the 90’s, The Cave’s become a Glaswegian’s go-to for a weird yet wonderful beer or an exotic wine. One of the cities’ last-remaining, independent off-licences, it’s as traditional as it gets, you’ll find everything for eccentric beers, a vast array of international wines, and quality spirits.
Located on Great Western Road, The Cave is unmissable with its red exterior and wooden sign.
Amongst the Cave’s huge booze collection is our very own Purist Art Gin!
421/423 Great Western Rd
Cavavin, West End.
Cavavin is a network of fantastic, independent wine merchants all over the world. Spanning from France, Switzerland and the UK, all the way to French Guyana and Ivory Coast, these specialist shops stock the most authentic, regional and seasonal wines. Beyond wine, Cavavin stock a plentiful range of exotic spirits such as whisky and craft gin.
Having opened in December 2020, Cavavin West End on Hyndland Rd is Scotland’s first Cavavin wine shop and undeniably worth the visit.
If you find yourself in the west end, pop in to browse their fantastic wine selection and have a chat with owner Yvonne or manager Murray and grab a bottle of Purist Gin!
139 Hyndland Rd
Billington's of Lenzie, North Glasgow.
Billington’s of Lenzie is a multi-award-winning artisan deli, cafe & bakery established by Mark and Sue Billington in 2012. They sell a plentiful range of homemade, handmade, artisan and locally sourced produce. Beers, wines, spirits, ice-cream, breads, meats and cheeses; Billington’s stocks a phenomenal variety of goods. Among their impressive gin selection is Purist Gin!
Among Billington’s numerous awards, they most recently won “Single Outlet Retailer of The Year 2020” at the World Gin Awards. We’re more than excited that two of our gins have joined the prestigious ranks at Billington’s!
114 Kirkintilloch Road
The Good Spirits Co, City Centre.
The Good Spirits Company are Glasgow-based, specialist drinks retailers. With two physical stores and an extensive online catalogue, they have one of the best alcohol selections in Glasgow, possibly the whole of Scotland! Despite being single-malt aficionados, the fine drinks enthusiasts at Good Spirit Co also know a good gin when they see one, hence why they stock Purist! ;)
You’ll find us! At both their original Bath Street location, as well as their Clarence Drive store in Glasgow’s West End!
With knowledgeable and friendly staff, an unmatched alcohol selection and regular tasting sessions, the Good Spirit Co is well worth popping in to!
21 Clarence Dr
23 Bath St
Maxwell’s of Clarkston
Another award-winning establishment, this time for all you southside folks! Maxwell’s of Clarkston is synonymous with quality produce, stocking everything alcoholic under the sun.
With frequent events and gin tastings, unrivalled alcohol expertise and the recent addition of Purist to Maxwell’s uniquely varied shelves, there’s no reason not to pop in!
114 Busby Road
Robert Graham 1874, City centre.
The whisky and cigar aficionados at Robert Graham 1874 know a good spirit when they try one. Stocking a massive range of Scottish malt whiskies, you name it, they’ll have it. Limited edition bottles, rare bottles, international whiskies, even their own collection of bottlings!
We’re honoured for Purist to be amongst the prestigious ranks at Robert Graham 1874!
111 W George St,
Curious Liquids, Southside.
Shawlands’ Curious liquids is a self-confessed, friendly, neighbourhood wine shop, and that’s exactly how it feels when you walk in!
We first came into contact with Curious Liquids after owner Dayton showed massive support for our Charity bottle for Ukraine, stocking the bottle and donating all proceeds to the Ukrainian appeal.
The modern wine and beer shop is actually attached to Phillies of Shawlands, in which you can grab a sourdough pizza, a beer or uncork a bottle you’ve just bought from Curious liquids!
28-30 Kilmarnock Road,