My other beery delights in Helensburgh were, in no particular order, Tennents Lager - taste best described as absent - and St Mungo and West 4 lagers, from German brewers in Glasgow, who had perhaps, taken too big a leaf out of the Tennents book, erring on the Scottish side, rather than the German, in the taste profile of the beers.
Being Scotland, they have their own NHS app there. It includes all in
your party. It wasn't known to us, though, that you have to sign out
too. That took a couple of days to discover, though it seems a
subsequent sign in assumes the sign-out in the previous one, and it also supposes that you
don't stay in the venue overnight. Wonder then why they bother? Or do
they? Certainly, while the sign in QR Code was pointed out to us, nobody seemed to ensure you actually used it.
I'll mention our Glasgow experience in a later piece, but frankly, it was just as good. It really is pleasant where excellent service is the rule rather than the exception. It makes a difference.
I did lose most of a large Gin and Tonic in the Henry Bell, when I knocked mine over, leaping up to try and stop a frail looking elderly woman who had tripped, falling over. I didn't manage to, but it turned out she and her companions were completely pissed and were all then ejected by the manager. Failure in detecting drunks is maybe a downside of table service?