Inn Deep, 445 Great Western Rd, Glasgow G12 8HH



We are big fans of William Bros beer and love their bar, Inn Deep.  Located where Big Blue used to be right next to Kelvinbridge Underground and some great shops too.


Inn Deep BarInn Deep Bar

Good selection of beers with as standard Williams – Draught, Joker, Caesar Augustus, Black Ball Stout and Maisel’s Weiss Beer.  It can get a bit chilly early in the day and then roasting as it gets busier.  Arch next door has been converted with tables, as well as seating next to the river.  Free Wifi.

Inn_Deep_SpecialsFull menu can be found HERE.

chicken strips inn deep bar glasgowSpicy Chicken Strips – £4.95.

Good chunks of chicken and non greasy coating.  Could have been spicier tho.

burger inn deep bar glasgow

Burger from £7.

Tasty chips, onion rings weren’t greasy and good puffy batter.  Nom was the answer from Mr Williams.inn deep bar pulled pork

Pulled Pork Pizza – £8 on specials board

Crisp, proper base.  Good amount of toppings, pulled pork was tasty.

Inn deep bar nachos

Nachos £7.50

Great portion size.  Best nachos in a good while.  Layers of cheese not just dolloped on the top. Chilli had a good kick too.

Inn Deep rear

Inn deep bar Inn deep

Overall,  good place for a pint but can be a bit chilly when quiet.  Toilets are clean but a tight squeeze.

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I am Emma and with my husband Mark write Foodie Explorers which is a food and travel website.

I am a member of the Guild of Food Writers and British Guild of Travel Writers.

We have a wide range of judging experience covering products, hotels and have judged, for example, for Great Taste Awards and Scottish Baker of the Year.

Along the way Mark gained WSET Level 2 in Wine and I have WSET Level 2 in Spirits as well as picking up an award with The Scotsman Food and Drink Awards.    

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  1. Pub drinker

    Inn deep? Sounds like a knocking shop lol
    Do you get good head with your pints? Lol

  2. Davy

    INN DEEP = 0/10

    I was in INN DEEP between 8.30pm and 11.30pm on Sunday 13th September. The evening was initially very pleasan,t and I met a Gentleman called Sammy, who’s daughter had just started Studying at Glasgow University, English Language is her subject.
    Sammy and I had a good talk about Finland, where he is from. And how his Daughter should be safe in the West End of Glasgow, and, generally what a great place Glasgow is.

    I ordered a Bottle of Kernal Pale Ale about 11.30pm, and took a drink, it was Stale. I mentioned this to the Bar Man, and he I asked his opinion – He told me that he had “No Idea about Beer, and could not tell the difference between Stale Beer and Good Beer”.
    I was given another bottle of “Kernal Pale Ale” and it was also stale.

    I then spoke to the Manager, and he told me “To Fuck Off” as I did not know what I was talking about – BUT I do know the difference between Stale Beer and Fresh Beer. I have previously bought this Beer from Hippo Beers on Queen Margaret Drive – and it was excellent.

    INN DEEP serves some great Ales, and although you may spend £150 plus on Food & Drink – They treat you Very Badly.

    1. admin

      oh dear 🙁 bottles especially are soo easy to go wrong, had many a bad beer in a bottle.

  3. Anon

    That’s disappointing as Kernal beer isn’t cheap!

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