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Globe (Nicholson's (Mitchells & Butlers))

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Butcombe - HakaExcellent1
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - The January BrewsExcellent1
Adnams - BroadsideExcellent1
Tyne Bank - Silver DollarExcellent1
Purity - Pure UBUGood1
Moor - RevivalGood1
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - JaipurNot Tried0
Black Sheep - Best BitterNot Tried0
Adnams - Ghost ShipNot Tried0
Sharp's - AtlanticNot Tried0
Reunion - Opening GambitNot Tried0
St Austell - Jolly HollyNot Tried0
Five Points - XPANot Tried0
Black Sheep - Monty Python's Flying CircusNot Tried0
Purity - Mad GooseNot Tried0
Titanic - Plum PorterNot Tried0
Black Sheep - VeloNot Tried0
Fuller's (part of Asahi Europe) - London PrideNot Tried0
Sharp's - Doom BarNot Tried0
Sharp's - Doom BarNot Tried0
St Austell - Nicholson's Pale AleNot Tried0
Moles - Mole CatcherNot Tried0
Bristol Beer Factory - Bitter CalifornianNot Tried0
St Austell - Nicholson's Pale AleNot Tried0
Hook Norton - Hooky BitterNot Tried0
Picture 1. Globe, City, Central London
Stephen Harris

Visits Details

18 May 2022 (Jack William)
Late afternoon (4 ish). Very busy inside and out, mainly with city types. I sat in the main bar and “people watched”, mostly men in suits talking, some listening! Went through the side bar (Keats) on the way out - this looked more relaxed. I liked it.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Purity - Pure UBU4.50GoodSplendid amber ale.
Purity - Mad Goose4.20Not Tried
Adnams - Ghost Ship4.50Not Tried
Titanic - Plum Porter4.90Not Tried
Black Sheep - Velo4.20Not Tried
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
St Austell - Nicholson's Pale Ale4.00Not Tried
21 Nov 2019 (ChrisE)
Early afternoon on a Thursday and busy as would be expected for a pub in this area. Very good service from friendly bar staff. This was my first visit to this pub although I must have walked past it hundreds of times when it was a 199 house.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Adnams - Broadside4.70Excellent
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
St Austell - Nicholson's Pale Ale4.00Not Tried
St Austell - Jolly Holly4.30Not Tried
Five Points - XPA4.00Not Tried
Black Sheep - Monty Python's Flying Circus4.50Not Tried
30 Jan 2018 (Stephen Harris)
I notice that this pub has two entries on this website – not sure what to do about it. It is typically busy in the early evening tonight, although I find a perch in the Keats Bar.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - The January Brews4.80ExcellentA very nice, dark, un-spiced Winter Ale.
Fuller's (part of Asahi Europe) - London Pride4.10Not Tried
Hook Norton - Hooky Bitter3.60Not Tried
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - Jaipur5.90Not Tried
Black Sheep - Best Bitter3.80Not Tried
Adnams - Ghost Ship4.50Not Tried
St Austell - Nicholson's Pale Ale4.00Not Tried
Sharp's - Atlantic4.20Not Tried
Reunion - Opening Gambit3.80Not Tried
17 Mar 2014 (Baymart)
Very busy, staff very polite. Enjoyed and would recommend.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Butcombe - Haka4.50ExcellentLoved the NZ hops, and peppery taste
03 Jan 2013 (Stephen Harris)
Evening visit. Shouty City types in the Globe bar, almost drowned out by the over-loud music. Rather more civilised in the Keats bar.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Tyne Bank - Silver Dollar4.90ExcellentDry, golden bitter with high hop rate.
Moor - Revival3.80GoodHazy (un-fined) gold colour. Nice fresh, crisp, light hop tastes.
Fuller's (part of Asahi Europe) - London Pride4.10Not Tried
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
Moles - Mole Catcher5.00Not Tried
Bristol Beer Factory - Bitter Californian4.50Not Tried
St Austell - Nicholson's Pale Ale4.00Not Tried

About the Globe

The pub sign. Globe, City, Central London

Summary of Beer Scores

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Good2
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Website.

The pub is found in City, Central London, EC2M 6SA.

A landmark pub at the southern end of Moorgate. It has a slightly complicated history, being two pubs that have merged into one. The Globe was present by 1734 and traditionally was a Charrington’s Brewery house and usually went by the nickname “The 199”. Next door was a pub called the Swan & Hoop (possibly the birthplace of John Keats), which was renamed the Moorgate in around 1878 and later became called the ‘John Keats’. In 2007, the two pubs merged, although they almost operate still as two separate premises, with a separate feel to each bar. The combined pub became part of the Nicholson’s chain in 2010. Both bars feature a kind of Modernised-Victorian decor. Upstairs rooms also available.

We have visited this pub 5 times, seen 24 different beers and tried 6 of them.

Map location

Postcode: EC2M 6SA