As seen live on the Glasgow Times Facebook page, beer gardens all over Glasgow reopened yesterday.

Bier Halle on Gordon street opened at 1pm and as the Glasgow Times arrived at half past, many tables were already full.

Colin Barr, owner, said "the atmosphere was great".

It is certainly different from pre-lockdown eras.

Tables are available to a maximum of 8 people from 3 households, and are kept for two hours depending on demand.

Toilets are found downstairs and drinkers are expected to be responsible for their own hygiene measures when there. Staff are wearing visors and all orders are done over the phone.

Colin said: "It's good, we're filling up nicely. We're fully booked for the next three, four days.

"We are taking 50 per cent walk ins and 50 per cent online bookings.

"The rules are keeping social distancing intact, and we've had experts in and health and safety officers to help us out.

"We are looking forward to having everyone back."