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Seven Stars, Derby

97 King Street
Derby
DE1 3EE

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Old Boots left this review about The Seven Stars Inn

an obviously old building with lots of neat old features including a well in the back bar, Marstons owned so the choice was Hobgoblin or Pedigree; I missed out on Doombar from the cellar by jug but I guess I'll survive. Definitely worth popping in when going between the Five Lamps and the Flowerpot etc, and I'll check what's in the jug next time.

On 4th November 2013 - no rating submitted
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ROB Camra left this review about The Seven Stars Inn

You have to go down a couple of steps to get into this old traditional pub. The rear bar is quite ornate and has some barrels and low beams etc. The front are is quite small. There were only 2 cask ales available MArston's Pedigree and Ringwood Boondoggle (I think). It's a good looking pub, but the ale choice lets it down. Worth a look in when walking from The Flowerpot to Five Lamps.

On 16th September 2013 - rating: 6
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Real Ale Ray left this review about The Seven Stars Inn

Worth a look in if you're in the vicinity as it's a good traditional pub and has a lot of character. You step down into the pub and has wonderful black beams. On tap Marston's Pedigree and Black Sheep.

On 23rd November 2011 - rating: 7
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Roy Collins left this review about The Seven Stars Inn

Very old pub with low beams and small rooms inside. Choice of 3 real ales , one of which was served by the jug from the cellar.

On 31st July 2011 - rating: 8
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Quinno _ left this review about The Seven Stars Inn

A fairly unusual building (dated 1680) with a high-pitched sloping roof. Characterful inside, with a sunken horseshoe-shaped interior and low ceiling. Not exactly bursting with ale choice, just a couple on (Black Sheep and Marstons) served in jugs from the cellar, so worth popping in for that experience alone (although similar serving method can be found for the Bass at Ye Olde Dolphin). Apparently a 17th century well in the back bar, must have missed that. Drop in as part of an extended crawl.

On 1st September 2010 - rating: 7
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