About Pie & Brew
A great deal
The staff were great as we couldn't decide what to have and they were a great help. Loved the cocktails and nibbles, and unlike other offers, the cocktails were not all served at once. We added desserts which we enjoyed. Overall a great experience.
Fantastic value excellent staff
We booked this during a trip to Glasgow and it was the best decision ever. We arrived just after six pm and had the deal with three mini pies, a glass of wine and a flight of three beers. The very friendly and incredibly knowledgeable staff member talked my husband through the choice of beers and my husband then told the staff member to choose for him and the choice was perfect. The mini pies were not so mini and together with a side order of fries and the neeps and gravy provided were perfectly adequate for two of us. We had the beef and ale, the haggis and black pudding, and the chicken and leek pies. The place filled up quickly and there was a great buzz. There was also music which did not dominate and which we enjoyed. This is a terrific venue to visit, fantastic value, great atmosphere and incredibly friendly staff.
Artisan pie hangout in Glasgow city centre
Tucked away beneath Abode hotel on Bath Street, Pie & Brew is a basement restaurant and bar serving the winning combination of speciality pies alongside craft ales. All of the pastry treats are handmade by pie masters on the premises and the speciality beers on offer change weekly. Regular live music, pub quizzes and pie & beer tasting sessions make this a lively hangout that is perfect for a casual get together with friends.
Handmade pies and craft beers
Although the gourmet pie menu can change, it will most likely include braised ale & beef, smoked haddock & spinach and pulled pork, cider & apple. Vegetarians options might be the baked mac & cheese crumble and the vegetarian haggis & beetroot.
You can also add a choice of toppings to your pie, including pork crackling, cheese and crispy shallots. Mash, chips and spicy beans are just some of the sides on offer.
If pies aren’t your thing, then you can try out the fish supper or the classic Angus burger with onion rings, bacon and cheese.
Continuing with the theme, puddings are pie-based too and include banoffee, lemon meringue and Tunnock’s mud.
City centre transport links and attractions
Pie & Brew is bang smack in the heart of the city centre, a five minute stroll from Buchanan Street underground. Both Glasgow Central and Queen Street stations are under a ten minute walk away. If you are driving, you can find paid parking at the nearby NCP on Mitchell Street. The restaurant is handy for Cineworld, the Theatre Royale and the Buchanan Galleries shopping centre.