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The Glebe, Stoke on Trent - pub details

Address: 35, Glebe St, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, ST4 1HG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15607) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Stoke-on-trent (0.2 miles), Etruria (1.4 miles), Longton (2.2 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Harry's Bar, Stoke on Trent (0.1 miles), White Star, Stoke-on-Trent (0.1 miles), Wheatsheaf, Stoke on Trent (0.2 miles), Talbot Hotel, Stoke on Trent (0.2 miles), Kings Arms, Stoke on Trent (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of the Glebe, Stoke on Trent

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This Joule's brewery pub was the last of the 3 I wanted / needed to visit in Stoke so with it being convenient for the station I popped in after the game with 50 minutes to kill before my train home.

2 Joule’s ales on the hand pumps, I resisted the very good Blonde (which I’ve had previously) to go for a pint of Slumbering Monk @ 4.5% as it was a new beer for me.

Lovely décor inside this classic looking pub with original tiled floor and restored stained glass windows with the Joule's motif on them. The walls are adorned with plenty of beer and breweriana advertising.

As it was just after football it was pretty busy here with the crowd mainly being football fans.

Another thoroughly decent pub that along with the Wheatsheaf and White Star has well kept ale, worthy of a visit in my opinion.
lezford - 7 Jan 2016 13:39
Only my second visit - the first was about 15 years ago, since when it has been closed several times and undergone a number of reincarnations which did not appeal to the ale-loving passer by seeking a good pint. Now it is once again an interesting port of call with a pleasant atmosphere and although the Joules range may be limited, the ales are fine examples of their type and very well kept here. A good drop-in point on the way to or back from the White Star.l
Stamfordian - 13 Jun 2014 10:30
Some would say that Stoke-on-Trent needs some TLC and if this (and the White Star and Wheatsheaf nearby) it's got it. The Glebe is an impressive Victorian building, with nice service and decent Joule's beers.
16jamesdoc - 29 Oct 2013 16:34
Paid a return visit this week to try the beer and also the superby cheese board; both were superb. The Joules Pale was better than on first visit, even on a quiet Tuesday afternoon. Welcoming but traditional service.

By the way, am always disappointed to see complaints that it "only" does Joules beers, as there is plenty of variety in the Joules range of 3, and a good Titanic house just round the corner if you need variety !
mtaylor40 - 9 May 2013 22:19
I liked this pub which is handy not only for the station and for Staffordshire University. The roomy "Victorian" interior is actually very attractive, especially the windows and we had a good welcome both lunchtime and evening by the staff. This is not a bad adornment to the returned name of Joules and the beers (Blonde, Pale Ale & Slumbering Monk) were all eminently drinkable. This is a really good take on a modern reconstruction of the "big town pub".
Arctium_lappa - 24 Feb 2013 23:55

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