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Here are the opening times of some popular Scottish beer gardens as they reopen on July 6

6 monthes ago   |   By Scotsman

Here we take a look at a range of Scottish pub beer gardens that are have reopened, or are set to reopen in the coming days.
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Picture: Bar 50
Bar 50, 50 Blackfriars Street, will reopen on Monday and customers can book into drink at its outdoor spot any day between 1-10pm each day. Staff said timings may change depending on how the ‘new normal' fairs.
Tally Ho Bar, 7 Main Street, Winchburgh, will reopen its outdoor space on July 6 and will be open from 4-9pm on Monday to Thursday and from 12pm to 9pm Friday to Sunday.
The Balerno Inn, 15 Main Street, Balerno, willreopen on Monday...
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