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The Lass O'Gowrie, Manchester - pub details

Lass O'Gowrie
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Address: 36 Charles Street, Manchester, M1 7DB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1144) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Manchester Oxford Road (0.1 miles), Manchester Piccadilly (0.4 miles), Deansgate (0.5 miles)

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Had planned to go when it was in the 2019 Good Beer Guide. Strangely lost its place in the 2020 guide.

Cant think why - I didnt notice any of the Greene Kings Staples - but five LocALE, all lovingly described with further indications provided by the sample pots. My Deepley Dale Optimum was a perfect bitter.

So the beer is great but what about the building?

A delight - all dark tiling inside and out.

Fine traditional pub that should be visited.
Mappiman - 16 Dec 2019 13:05
A striking pub externally, and an interesting one internally. Virtually empty on my early Saturday afternoon visit, though going by the décor & remarks of previous reviewers it is plainly a night venue. Friendly enough though, and a pint of Spitting Feathers (3.40, not seen before or since) was more than satisfactory.
Queenslander - 12 Sep 2016 22:16
Called in for a swift pint last night while in Manchester. Mid-week so was not packed out but a fair few students in and an older gent (plus me) and a live band on.

At the bar there are 8 pumps, of which 2 were off. Available were Winter Tweed by Tweed Brewing Company (4.1%), 4T's IPA, Spitting Feathers Special Ale, and 3 from the Greene King stable.

I went for the Winter Tweed which was quite a pleasant bitter, not as bland as some bitters. Can't remember how much it set me back but don't remember being shocked at how little change I was given.

Oh, and it turns out the older gent was the next act on after the first band...

The live acts weren't uncomfortably loud and the atmosphere was OK.
RealAleRobUK - 25 Feb 2016 15:11
First time in following its refurbishment. The bar area now looks much more modern, whether that is a good or a bad thing is down to personal taste though. There were plenty of people congregating in front of the bar which made it a bit congested - strange as there were plenty of seats available further down the pub. After making it to the bar there were about 5 real ales available, one of which was Greene King IPA Reserve, which I have never had before, but decided to pass on this time in favour of one of the festive ales. All in all, still a pleasant pub with a fair selection of ale. Perhaps some of the character has been lost though.
RealAleRobUK - 14 Dec 2014 20:52
Top class pub. Classic tiled exterior gives the pub a distinctive iconic look. Interior has a timeless feel, especially the snug. Tried two beers from Allgates (brewed at Wigan) both of which were excellent: 'Dry Bones' which was light & tasty and 'Hung Drawn & Portered' which was dark and delicious. Fantastic place.
DoctorBarfly - 29 Nov 2014 13:54

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