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The Queens Head, Belper - pub details

Address: 29 Chesterfield Road, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56 1FF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21780) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Belper (0.4 miles), Ambergate (2.5 miles), Duffield (3 miles)

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As a follow-on from the previous comment by jarofporter, there is a group of men who stand by the door to the front bar and think it's OK to conduct loud effing and blinding conversations. They are in most early evenings and, the more beer that goes down, the worse the language.
BelperJon - 17 Nov 2013 11:56
Bit of a mixed one this. Used to be in the Good Beer Guide but has been removed this year. I've definitely no complaints about the quality of the ale however. The place could certainly do with a bit of a refurb. What put me off however was the fact that the barman was swearing in a converstation to the person next to me when pulling my pint. Depends whether that bothers you or not really.
jarofporter - 27 Mar 2009 19:13
A visitor to Belper I was pleasantly suprised after the climb up the hill to find the pub, that we had landed in time for a beer festival, and what a grand evening we had in this friendly local pub. Excellent beer, friendly staff and locals, lovely fire shared with a huge dog (also friendly)I will be back when we are in Belper the first weekend of January.
gillhalfpint - 4 Dec 2006 00:09
Simon now has Burton, Deuchars IPA, Jennings Cumberland and Timmy Taylor's Landlord as regular bitters plus at least one guest. He's also recently acquired the dark Budweiser to sit along side the normal golden one.
BelperJon - 16 May 2006 19:01
A lovely little pub up a steep hill a few minutes from the town centre. Five or six ales on handpump and I had a superb pint of cask stout. A nice friendly atmosphere with a splendid view across the valley from the window in the back bar.
Rich66 - 25 Apr 2006 22:47

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