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Inn Deep, Glasgow - pub details

Address: 445 Great Western Road, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G12 8HH [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Charing Cross - Glasgow (0.9 miles), Anderston (1.1 miles), Exhibition Centre (1.1 miles)

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user reviews of Inn Deep, Glasgow

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The 3rd pub I needed to tick in the West End and I was really not prepared for Inn Deep.

For starters I almost walked passed it having expected a more frontal signage.

Down stairs as if you are entering a basement bar or club. Once you enter, the bar is too your left.

3 guest keg offerings, 3 casks and 6 house beers on keg. Even though there's a rake of Williams Ales from Alloa on I went for a pint of Atom's Gyle IPA @ 5.6%. A very good pint enjoyed sitting in a booth listening to the music choice of the bar staff.

The main bar looks like a bunker with a circular concrete ceiling, there's a few brewery signs on the walls however the back of the bar is adorned with pump clips mainly listed in order of the brewery.

Another good tick and one for the ' to return to list'.
lezford - 2 Apr 2015 13:11
I must have been the oldest person in this pub but that didn't put me off - a very different kind of bar with a different type of beer selection and had it not been well past my bedtime I would have tried more of them. It is very busy; very young and dare I say trendy?; very pleasant by the riverside and very handy for my hotel and Kelvinbridge subway station. Go and have a look and a beer - it is well worth seeing.
mcroyal - 20 May 2014 10:21
Where to start? Williams Brothers have finally opened their own pub. (Well, it’s been open for a little while now, but I don’t get to visit Glasgow all that often). Just in case you’re unaware, Alloa’s Williams Brothers are in a league of their own when it comes to craft brewing.

Most breweries which produce a range of drinks in double figures are tending to churn out ranges of identical bitters (given different names for some peculiar reason). Williams Brothers are the complete antithesis of this approach; producing a wide range of their own drinks based on both and entirely original ideas. Just for starters there are heather and spruce beers, their Cesar Augustus lager/IPA hybrid, Seven Giraffes ale; and don’t even get me started on Midnight Sun, possibly my favourite tipple of all time.

It seems almost tangential to talk about the pub itself. But it’s comfy, they have guest beers as well, the staff are knowledgeable and helpful, a perfect location overlooking the River Kelvin, and they also have the arch next door as an unusual beer garden.

If you genuinely like beer, then you couldn’t invent a better pub than this. It’s as simple as that.

elegiac_stanzas - 23 Feb 2014 20:38

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