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The Clockwork Beer Co., Glasgow - pub details

Clockwork Beer Co.
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Address: 1153-1155 Cathcart Road, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G42 9HB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4387) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Mount Florida (0.3 miles), Croftfoot (0.6 miles), Cathcart (0.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 22 users)
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My first visit to this large bar, diner and microbrewery which is just a stones throw from Hampden Park.

It was a Saturday tea time and it was pretty busy with several groups of blokes plotted up either for the night or as a warm up place.

9 ales on in total with 5 of them from the on site Clockwork brewery, my pints of Cartside Red @ 4.4% were okay but the ale did have a bit of twang to it.

A decent place that probably warrants another visit at some stage.

lezford - 27 Jun 2016 12:33
Very good pub-liked it a lot. Tried the on site beers except the lager and would definitely drink the Amber and the Red Alt again, although the 5% Ginger must be an acquired taste. Staff efficient and helpful.
Only criticism was the fact Greene King Abbott was one of the guest beers-why? Dull, Dull, Dull!
If that is the best English beer available its a sad state of affairs, I hope they got the barrel cheap.
Gave this pub an 8 no bother.
Corkypunt - 15 Sep 2010 18:32
Good pub and many a good night in this place over the past 12 years. The beer & food is good.
JohnM776 - 17 Jul 2010 12:36
The Red Alt is definitely an acquired taste. Bit chemically for me, but only 2.30 a pint. They do a 6% stout for 2.60- only had a half the other lunchtime but I'll give it another go.
Shame the mighty Spiders lost again.
jagsfan - 8 Mar 2010 15:59
Fantastic exterior, a bit like an old wherehouse, half white and half burnt orange-ish (see image 2). There is a beer patio at the back

The inside is open plan with tables for eatin and a huge spiral stair that takes you to a gallery. The decor is modern, the plain wall look with wood floor and Sky TVs, but as these things go, it was ok. The gallery, however, is worse, the brown sofas and arty pictures live with the light pink walls and more Sky TVs, so stay downstairs. The service was great and the clientele mixed and busy, even for a Queens Park match!

Beerwise; well, pretty impressive. The Clockwork stuff itself, whether its home brew or real ale, is so-so stuff; Amber, lager (not on), Oregon IPA, Red and Ginger (sadly not on). They also had Deuchars IPA and McClay Wallace IPA, the Wallace was fine. Better was the Kelburn, a brewery i got to repect while up in Glasgow. The Red Smiddy was good, the Dark Moor and Carte Blanche, excellent.

Without the Kelburn, it would have been disappointing, with it, i would recommend anyone to go
Archivist - 5 Aug 2009 14:55

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