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Brel, Glasgow - pub details

Address: 39 Ashton Lane, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G12 8SJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14602) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hyndland (0.7 miles), Partick (0.7 miles), Exhibition Centre (1 mile)

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user reviews of Brel, Glasgow

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Used to be one of the best places to drink in Glasgow but come the craft beer revolution, it's now a middling performer - although the Ashton Lane location is a good one. I had a can of Hire Wire Grapefruit ale from Magic Rock which was tasty but most punters come for the lager.
BoehmBawerk - 13 May 2018 18:27
Splendid range of Belgian beers and, shout it loud!, Martin Miller gin behind the bar. The bar is longish and narrow so it's a but of a pain standing in a group as half of you are being barged around a lot of the time to let people pass, but it's OK. Tried sitting in the eating area one night and was virtually attacked by on of the staff for eth sheer cheek of the idea, but when we pointed out that they had stoped serving food so we wouldn't disturb anyone, they relented. We shouldn't have needed to go through that converstation though. Live music on a regualr basis - some interesting sounding acts as well, proper musicians, not just local X Factor wannabees.
anfieldjet - 13 Jun 2008 13:42
Food looked exceptional, beer was superb and the venue itself was chilled and very friendly. Highly recommended!
FuzzyKipper - 9 Nov 2007 00:03
Although it's not the cheapest Pub in Glasgow, it's probably the best for food AND drink. If you get there at their happy hour ( I believe it's 5-7pm) you can order a HUGE pot of mussels with fries (And Mayo) for a fiver....add a bottle of wine and you're laughing. I lived in Glasgow for 5 years and this was a favourite spot to go for dinner before a night out in the West End, or even in Town. A great way to start the evening!
catrionaconnelly - 24 Jan 2006 14:28
Great Belgian bar. Live music, good food and good continental lager. PRICEY but probably worth it. Great building especially in summer when they open the front.
simon - 7 Sep 2004 16:16

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