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The Ingram Bar, Glasgow [Closed] - pub details


Address: 136-138 Queen Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G1 3BX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24153) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Glasgow Queen Street (0.1 miles), Argyle Street (0.3 miles), Glasgow Central (0.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.6/10 (rated by 20 users)
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Went to Glasgow on a day trip and was looking forward to haggis and a pint of 80/-. Disaster - the place has closed down. The agent's board says it has been re-let and it looks like the builders are in but I couln't see any indication of when (or if) it might re-open or in what form. Such a shame.
REVERENDBAZ - 21 Apr 2011 09:26
I don't understand why this is in the Good Beer Guide; there were just two beers on, one of which was Green King IPA. Lacked atmosphere too.
malone - 5 Apr 2010 15:13
A classic old Glasgow bar just south of George Square, sadly only Greene King Abbott and IPA available on the six pumps but nonetheless very well kept. It being Scotland there are lots of lagers taking up the island bartop. Apparently guest beers are also available sometimes. It is also noted for a decent range of malts. Young punters and staff on a quiet evening when I was in. Normal screens and machines, juke box etc in an old dark wood interior. Decorated with bookcases, Scots photos and prints of sentimental old paintings, �The Last of the Clan� for example; the more interesting d�cor is on the staircase down to the basement toilets, the walls are papered with 1950s copies of the Daily Herald. Differing floor levels provide separate seating and drinking areas to the main bar side space. An interesting bar with original features and reasonable beer.

oldboots - 29 Sep 2009 18:20
One of my favourite city centre pubs. Shame that on Hogmany there were only two pints of Abbot Ale left before the barrel ran dry. A decent alternative was supplied in the shape of Santa's Sledgehammer which went down very well with the odd whisky. Trade seems to be suffering just now with the scaffolding outside, but this place is worth a visit.
FARUPNORTH - 5 Jan 2009 11:55
Agree, a very nice quite Pub with great food, good service and an excellent selection of whiskies. The haggis is good... as far as haggis goes. The guiness is better. Recommend it to all.
tonymonaco123 - 30 Aug 2007 04:43

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