The Brunswick Inn, Derby - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2725) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating, Children allowed, Disabled access, Disabled toilet
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|Still well worth our visit last Saturday. I can't say that I have ever found a real problem here over many visits since the place reopened, although it can be a little idiosyncratic at times. Until I do, I shall continue to call each time I am in Derby, especially as it is only a few minutes' walk to the train home. |
Stamfordian - 24 Apr 2013 16:02
|Just popped in for a quickee here on the way to the railway station from a tour of real ale houses in the town. We've been here many times before and didn't feel any difference in the ambience/service to before. We had their brewed on the premises Railway Porter and White Feather. There are so many handpulls here I forgot the number but I guess aaround 15 of which half were their own brewed beer.|
Steamer1 - 19 Nov 2012 17:02
|Went in on a Sunday for a pie and pint and was told, twice, they don't do food on a Sunday in a manner that indicated it was stupid of us to expect otherwise. Went round the corner to the far superior Alexandra where we seemed to be welcome customers. To the snotty get of a barman in The Brunny, this is my "goodbye" back to you, told you I'd call back, hope my rating lowers the average a tenth.|
paul_ove_walldner - 12 Nov 2012 09:57
|Proper ale drinkers pub, just 100 yds from the station - great choice of about 15 real ales including a number brewed on site. Tried 3 pints all in top nick (2 of their own and Batemans XXXB). Understand this in an Everards pub now but you wouldnt know it.|
Remarkably quiet (read on) for a Saturday night with spare tables in the bar right up to closing.
The only downside on this occasion was a very loud rock band playing upstairs. Even the lights were virating in the bar downstairs.
Don't let the last sentance put you off tryng this excellent pub.
twineyboy - 3 Jul 2012 23:20
|I first visited during the year it reopened and have called in regularly several times a year ever since. This is a proper pub which has never disappointed and did not change for the worse when taken over by Everards - the in-house brewery still produces the same beers with the same tastes and there is always a good choice of guest ales (Everards is so low key their own beers appear also to be "guests"). I cannot imagine visiting Derby without calling in here, especially as the station is so close. |
Stamfordian - 3 May 2012 16:24
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