McGintys Group ownership of breweries and pubs.

Esslemont (Aberdeen)

Pub/restaurant situated in the former Esslemont & Mackintosh department store. Upstairs is Mac's Pizzeria so called as the owning company is McGintys! There is not enough room on the bar for hand-pumps and the cellar is tiny. You may find a Williams beer on keg.

Ferryhill House (Aberdeen)

A small city centre hotel in a quiet residential area with tables and chairs in the extensive garden featuring a childrens' play area - very popular on a summers day, There is a large, modern, lounge bar with a selection of more than 60 malt whiskies and a large restaurant and conservatory.

Four Mile House (Kingswells)

Large country inn in the old village, now bypassed with cycle path passing outside. Bar area is called the Smiddy. Separate conservatory is popular for funeral teas as Aberdeen Crematorium is only about a mile away. One changing beer.

Grill (Aberdeen)

With an exquisite interior redesigned in 1926 and remaining largely unchanged since, this is the only pub listed in CAMRA's National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors in the area. Guest ales are frequently from breweries such as Fierce, Fyne Ales, Windswept, Orkney.

McGinty's Meal an' Ale (Aberdeen)

Large pub with a distinctly Scottish theme. Named after the Bothy Ballad, McGintys Meal 'n' Ale whaur the pig went on the spree! Serves up to 3 ales from Caledonian and Inveralmond.

Number 10 (Aberdeen)

Ten minutes walk from the West End, this cellar bar was re-opened in October 2015 after refurbishment including opening up into Number 9 next door as a smart restaurant. There are two seated areas on the right and left as you come in with several TV screens showing sports.

Stag (Aberdeen)

Formerly known as Star and Garter, then MacAndrews, the bar is now part of the McGintys group. Large bar with screens for sport. Serves up to four ales.