Well, this was awesome, beers everywhere and lots of them, I have to go there more times. And I made some friends there, although they at first thoguh I wasarab and started to make some jokes, but everything was harmless, great place.
A real gem just a short train ride from central Glasgow on the Cathcart loop. Get off at Mount Florida station from where it’s just a short walk. A great range of their own beers which are done to several styles including many continental. Also plenty of guest ales from around Scotland and the odd English one too. A lasting memory is starting to watch a Kilmarnock v Celtic game on the tv there whilst trying to go ’through the card’ and sample all the Clockword beers, needless to say I can’t remember too much about the match !
Excellent brewpub which also sells 6 real ales (Deuchars, Caledonian 80/-, 4 interesting guests), draught Belgian, Czech and German beers and hundreds of bottled beers, mainly Belgian and German. Their own beers include fruit beers and some unusual styles - they like to experiment. My favourite place in Glasgow, I can recommend it unconditionally. A bit out of the way, if you are unfamiliar with Glasgow it is well worth the taxi fare from the city centre (about £5).
This bar has changed hands in the last 18 months. I think the food has improved since them. I generally choose their guest beers, as their homebrews tend to have that "too new" taste.
I had their last bottle of Cantillon Geuze today, I don’t think they are re-stocking it!
I find this a mixture of old and new - red brick walls and sports on tv. The service was OK, though a bit slow at times. The selection is great for a brewpub - 6 own beers on and more than 10 guest ales plus loads of bottled beers - among them continental beers I haven’t had. I had a very tasty haggis here at a very reasonable price. A must visit for the selection, when in Glasgow.
Here on a Friday night, so probably busier than usual. Great friendly atmosphere. Apart from their own beer there are only sterile megabrewers brands, eg Stella, Peroni, Guinness. But the Clockwork brews are pretty decent. I tried the Oregon IPA which was proper sweaty, then the Amber Ale, which seemed like a good sessionable ale.
Visited on 22nd Jan 2016. A little walk from Mount Florida station and you arrive at The Clockwork. Large single room, glass roof over the dining area, Brewery visible opposite the bar what’s not to love? 9 of their own beers, some better than other and 2 guest casks plus a couple on Keg. Craft beer bottle fridge with Drygate on offer plus others. Service was great. Had lunch here which was delicious. Only gripe is the tasting flight is £3.65 whatever you have. Not great value is you want all the beers to try including those with lower boost. Still a great place to visit.
Nice big airy pub, trying to be old fashioned in the south side of glasgow, just away from Hampden park. Lots of their own beers and guests on either air dispense, tap or handpull - I was told to order by number, rather than name! Food was quite good quality and is of the usual fayre. Strikes me more of a foody pub than a beery one.
In the shadow of Hampden Park, this sterile yet lively brewpub serves a mixed and respectable clientele. Celtic v Hearts are on the telly this afternoon so understandably that plays second fiddle to the beer at the moment. The beer consists of ten casks, eight of which are Clockwork beers. Nothing too amazing and mostly sessionable strength. A bit of keg (including another Clockwork) and some bottles (more Clockwork but nothing not on cask; Williams Bros; BD core range). Reasonably priced for food. Worth a stop if in the area. I imagine this gets rammed on match days.