South East, 52.08071,0.58095
Real Ale is sold here.
10 Callis St, CO10 8PX
grid reference TL 769 456
A phoenix risen from the ashes, the Globe reopened in 2013 after a 2-year closure. Serving one well kept regular beer and up to three changing guests, it is now a thriving local where beer and conversation dominate. Live music every other Saturday night and live afternoon sessions every other Sunday. There is a separate pool room at the rear and a newly refurbished garden for Summer drinking. No food is served.
The pub was built in the 1695, though the façade dates from the 19th. It was converted into a pub late in the 19th century.
Nearest railway station
Owner/operator: Greene King
Locals pub serving well kept beer and reasonably priced food.
Beers: Greene King IPA, AbbotCAMRA's 1997 Suffolk Real Ale Guide
The building dates from 1695, re-fronted in white brick early in the 19th century, with a hipped roof. It was originally a L-shaped building incorporating numbers 11 and 12. The conversion of this section to an inn was probably around 1880.
In 1937 the pub was listed in Kelly's Directory as one of 220 pubs that were retailing beer that they were brewing.
Reopened summer 2013 after at least two years closed.
(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)
Historical detail found in Clare Book II streets