Great, a lot of different beers and changing all the time, that bothers me in some way, because I cannot taste them all sometimes. The price per pint is a little high, but I like then people there, You will feel welcome.
My "local" real ale house. Good atmosphere - quiet during the day, busy at night. Good for watching live football on TV. Very friendly staff who mostly have worked there for a long time. Only pub in Glasgow I know to give free New Year pint to regular customers. Great beer selection, every pint is perfectly presented. Food is standard pub grub of good quality but is amazingly inexpensive. Arguably the best real ale house in Glasgow.
Excellent selection of well kept cask conditioned ales, and a decent bottle selection, off topic a little, but a simply magnificent whisky selection. Staff really know their stuff and are a credit to the establishment. The food was very good, and the portions generous, I had the Bon Breakfast, which is probably the best Scottish fry up I have ever had. Thankfully not some kind of trendy beer bar, but a pub for people that love good booze, good food, and a great atmosphere.
UPDATE: We were back in Scotland this summer and naturally went to Bon Accord again. Still a wonderful place to hang out, drink, and revel in the craic. Wonderful staff, superb range of beer and whisky, and owner Paul is the very living embodiment of the phrase íbon vivantí.
Excellent selction of very well kept cask ales and a few decent bottles as well. Knowledgeable and pleasant staff. Owner saw me taking notes and gave me a tour of the cellar and a bit of banter, so i can vouch for how well kept the beers are and also for the fact that he is a capital fellow. If I had to make a complaint, Iíd say keeping the cider on the bar top under the lights was a bad idea and the selection does tend to come from the same few brewerys, lots of repeats if you go in regularly, still a great pub though.
A fantastic place to eat and drink, more from an ale rather than beer respect from the draft selection.
But its in the fridges where the hidden beer gems lie!
Chimey blue and red for the belgian fans and Andechs and Konig Ludwig heffe-weizen for the german beer lovers.
Great prices and service from a friendly and knowledgeable team!
Visited on a grey Winter day where it never stopped raining and this place certainly brightened up proceedings!
There was a Welsh ales festival on during my visit and the landlady was very helpful giving me info on their previous and planned future events. The bottom room when quiet is really relaxing and there are plenty of ales to choose from here.
A nice enough, quite large boozer with a decent selection of ales
An awsome old fashioned bar. Really good cask selection, an awsome whisky selection. Love the little sample jars of beers in front of tap so you can see colour. Its just such an impressive place backed up with decent beer list