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The Clydesdale Inn (Wetherspoon)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Kelburn - JaguarExcellent1
Cotleigh - OspreyGood1
Greene King - Abbot AleNot Tried0
Oakleaf (now see Fallen Acorn entries) - Hole HeartedNot Tried0
Jennings - Tom FoolNot Tried0
Nethergate (was Nethergate Growler for a while then name reverted) - Mary's Ruby MildNot Tried0
Kelburn - Cart NoirNot Tried0

Visits Details

01 Jun 2013 (Nick Willis)
BeerABVScoreNotes
Kelburn - Jaguar4.50Excellent
Cotleigh - Osprey5.00Good
Greene King - Abbot Ale5.00Not Tried
Oakleaf (now see Fallen Acorn entries) - Hole Hearted4.70Not Tried
Jennings - Tom Fool4.00Not Tried
Nethergate (was Nethergate Growler for a while then name reverted) - Mary's Ruby Mild4.50Not Tried
Kelburn - Cart Noir4.80Not Tried

About The Clydesdale Inn

Summary of Beer Scores

 Total
Exceptional-
Excellent1
Good1
Acceptable-
Poor-

Website.

The pub is found in Lanark, South Lanarkshire, ML11 9ET.

Opened in December 2000. This Wetherspoon pub is the former Clydesdale Hotel, built, in 1791, by the town council and gentlemen of the county, as a first-class coaching inn. In 1827, the elegant and spacious Assembly Rooms were added to the rear. By the mid 19th century, the hotel had become an important staging post, with coaches departing for Edinburgh, Glasgow and London. The Inn had many important visitors, including William and Dorothy Wordsworth and Charles Dickens. Included in documentation for the sale of 34 Wetherspoon's pubs in November 2015.

We have visited this pub once, seen 7 different beers and tried 2 of them.

Map location

Postcode: ML11 9ET