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Brewdog Glasgow, Glasgow - pub details

Address: 1397-1403 Argyle Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G3 8AN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 43043) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Exhibition Centre (0.6 miles), Partick (0.7 miles), Hyndland (1 mile)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 2 users)
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user reviews of Brewdog Glasgow, Glasgow

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Blimey, here’s a turn-up. This pub has neither a pool table nor a quiz machine, and yet I’m raving about it. There’s not quite enough room for people to sit if it gets busy, it almost shares the same interior visual character as your local branch of Prêt a Manger, and yet I’m giving it nine out of ten.

The hook, though, is that it’s Brewdog. Despite the supposed brewing revolution going on, there are so few genuinely interesting craft breweries in the UK. For all of their good qualities, the general trend does seem to be to turn out the same repeat runs of (admittedly sometimes original) drinks, in 330ml bottles to be sold at pint prices in pubs (or in some cases even higher – as you’ll have experienced if you’ve ever purchased something from the Kernel brewery).

I can count the genuine exceptions to the rule on one had (well, Brewdog, Williams Brothers and Meantime – do as you will with the other two fingers). Brewdog make a superb and original range of drinks, and never seem to stop innovating with new ideas. On my visit to this pub I was able to drink a pint each of wheat beer, porter and lager; there aren’t many breweries in the country that make all three of these drinks, and there may possibly be even less local pubs (outside of the specialist craft beer “taps”) that serve all three drinks simultaneously.

Oh, it’s also a nice atmosphere, the staff are incredibly friendly, and you’re openly invited to sample beers before you buy them to see if you like them. What more could you possibly ask for? Ah, yes, a pool table and a quiz machine. But then that’s why they only scored nine...

elegiac_stanzas - 23 Feb 2014 20:37

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