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Globetrotters, Yeovil - pub details

Globetrotters
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Address: 73 South St, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 1QF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 289) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Yeovil Pen Mill (1 mile), Yeovil Junction (1.5 miles), Thornford (3.5 miles)

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We always struggle to find decent real ale pubs when we come to Yeovil for football....thought we'd be ok here from the reviews but it was a bit disappointing. Six hand pumps, but only three being used. I had a JHB (Oakham) which tasted on, clearly on the turn. The Fullers London Pride then ran out, leaving just a ropey Old Speckled Hen. They clearly don't serve enough real ale to justify a selection of six....would be better off concentrating on one or two served well...
TheMortyVicker - 22 Feb 2015 16:47
There are now 6 handpumps here, and 4 beers were on when I visited. Fairly standard beers, except for Sharp's Atlantic, which was excellent. Well worth a visit. I understand the food and accommodation are also good. And just to clear up any confusion, the pub has gone back to its original name, the Globe & Crown.
beerpilgrim - 2 Feb 2015 16:39
Yes, very hopeful of the new couple. So many vans in the car park, but all very friendly. I thought the London Pride was OK, but what do I know?
Mass_debater - 30 Dec 2014 14:20
A great improvement in the beer range since another change of management. Interesting guest beers, unusual for the area, often appear. Well worth a visit.
beerpilgrim - 14 Jun 2013 22:48
Popped back in the other evening while I was in town. The place has a new management couple and I found them very friendly. Had a pint of London Pride, not the best, barely drinkable. When I mentioned it to the landlady she said she was told by the brewer (Fullers), that that was how it was meant to be. I suspect not!! She did offer to change it, to her credit. Fullers would have been appalled to know their beer was being served like that. However, for all that I will return again. Nice place, give it a try.
wolvesfan - 21 Apr 2013 16:07

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