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Active CAMRA member in High Peak Branch since 1986. Someone has recently gone on here perpetrating to be me, using my name to put on a detrimental comment about the Globe ion Glossop. Just want to point out that it is a sad disgruntled person who needs to get a life.

Username: glossopowI

Age: 65

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The Railway, Stockport

Excellent range of beers both British and foreign, on my visit there were 12 real ales on hand pump, 9 lagers and 20-30 bottled beers. I went for the Amstel which was very well kept and traditionally served with glass at exactly the correct angle, very good. Unfortunately no draught Guinness so had to settle for the bottled.

9 Nov 2012 13:06

The Wrens Nest, Glossop

Good carvery which is very good value. Also they now have put on the Stella 4% lager which was excellent (I always find the Stella regular a bit to strong). Guinness not the best kept in Glossop unfortunately. Comfortable and well worth a visit.

8 Nov 2012 15:18

Queens Arms, Glossop

This pub has added to its range of draught beers, I used to stick to the John Smiths smooth or Guinness, both of which were always on great form, both with a rich smooth, creamy head. They've now added the excellent Coors Light which is one of the most refreshing beers I've tasted. The pub also now has it's own Indian restaurant upstairs.

8 Nov 2012 10:48

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