Koelschip Yard

Koelschip Yard Our Beer Man’s Verdict Koelschip Yard is the new venture from the people behind the excellent Salt Horse, and represents their first foray into Glasgow. It’s in a fine location in the southside of the city just round the corner from Lunchquest favourite the Allison Arms and a short walk from the wonderful …

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Mangal at Salt Horse I’m a pretty regular visitor to Salt Horse and my stops have been of increasing frequency recently. Part of the reason for that, aside from their continuingly excellent selection of beers, has been the arrival of Mangal in their kitchen.Kebab The previous food offering, the rather splendid burgers and chicken from …

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Brewhemia Our Beer Man’s Verdict Brewhemia must be the biggest bar opening Edinburgh has seen in years – maybe ever.Exterior It attracted some sceptical and hostile remarks in the run-up – admittedly not helping by some of its own pre-opening PR – but I tried to approach it with an open mind. On my midweek …

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Heverlee Belgian Micro-Festival Our Beer Man’s Verdict It would be fair to say that Heverlee – the “rediscovered” Belgian beer which is a member of the Tennent’s family – isn’t an offering I’ve ever got that excited about.  Despite trumpeting its use of “world’s most expensive hop” – the noble Saaz hop, apparently – I’ve …

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The Allison Arms Our Beer Man’s Verdict A recent excursion in the West offered an ideal opportunity to follow up tips from reliable sources that the Allison Arms in Glasgow was worth checking out.Exterior It may not look like much and it’s a bit of a trek from the city centre – a little further …

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