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Beer of the Week (w/e 16th February 2020) with oldboots on the Pub Forum

The Brunswick Inn, Derby Central, Derby

1 Railway Terrace
Derby
DE1 2RU
Phone: 01332290677

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Old Boots left this review about The Brunswick Inn

A terraced pub with its own microbrewery, a profusion of handpumps (16) and a styllish victorian interior. Many small and large rooms, the main bar and counter is at the rear. Lots of dark wood, flag floors and half glazed walls between the various rooms. Nicely kept beers from the on-site microbrewery and various other small breweries plus the usual kegs etc. Well patronised by ale lovers, even on the very wet lunchtime I was in. The range and the style of this pub mark it out as a beer lovers must visit destination.

On 21st November 2009 - no rating submitted
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mark franik left this review about The Brunswick Inn

This is a real ale drinkers dream and really needs to be on the list for away fans visiting via the railway station.

On 17th October 2009 - rating: 10
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Danny O'Revey left this review about The Brunswick Inn

Lovely pub this, presumably with connections with the adjoining railway buildings. Multi roomed and not built for comfort but its a fine ale house.

Great beer.

On 27th September 2009 - rating: 8
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Clive Thompson left this review about The Brunswick Inn

This place came with a recommendation from a friend and is definitely a must visit for real ale enthusiasts, or indeed anyone interested in historic pubs. It was originally built in the 1840's as part of a railway community and was known as the Brunswick Railway & Commercial Inn. In the mid 20th C it fell into disrepair but finally re-opened in 1987 after extensive renovation of the whole area by the local historical trust. It's a real gem with lots of rooms to explore, the main bar, a snug, a smoke room and an attractive family parlour. A flagstone corridor runs through the pub leading to the on-site brewery which brews 6 Brunswick ales. Another 4-5 ales are also available and the food menu is quite popular. It's only a few minutes walk from the train station and certainly worth a visit.

On 16th December 2007 - rating: 9
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