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|Cask Marque Accredited|
|In Good Beer Guide|
The Flagship J D Wetherspoon for Scotland. The Counting House is situated on one of the four corners to Glasgow’s iconic George Square.
A stones throw away from Queen St Station and a 2 minute walk from Central Station makes The Counting House an ideal location wether your travelling to Glasgow for the weekend, popping in for lunch or looking for somewhere for a few pre-match drinks.
The Counting House boasts a massive 18 pumps dedicated to cask beer that makes it second to none in Glasgow for the range it can provide and all pints are Cask Marque accredited. There is also a dedicated Twitter account for ‘Tweeting’ what ales are on each day. Just follow @Counting__House to find out more.
For those looking for something different, a range of over 70 different bottled beers and lagers from all around the world can also be found here.
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The name of this Wetherspoon pub recalls its former use as a bank.
The premises were previously owned by the Bank of Scotland. The building was designed for the bank by J T Ruchead, between 1867 and 1870. His design, in the Italian Renaissance style, set the tone for the west end of George Square.