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The Beer Parlour, Chesterfield - pub details

Address: 1 King Street North, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S41 9BA [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Chesterfield (1.4 miles), Dronfield (3.8 miles)

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Derby Tup, Whittington Moor (0.1 miles), Donkey Derby, Chesterfield (0.1 miles), Rose and Crown, Chesterfield (0.2 miles), Lock Keeper, Chesterfield (0.4 miles), Cock and Magpie, Old Whittington (1.0 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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My final stop in Chesterfield was the Beer Parlour. It's a former bottle shop that is now more of a small locals' bar now. It has a fairly rustic feel to it. But it's clearly a popular little place. I can imagine it gets very busy on matchdays. But it's location tucked away off the main Sheffield Road probably saves it from being overwhelmed. Ales on were Double Top Treble 20 & Mad House, Thornbridge Jaipur, Acorn Barnsley Bitter, Axholme Cleethorpe Pale Ale, Abbeydale Deception, Vog Paradigm Shift & Slater's Haka. The cider selection was huge - Lilley's Merry Monkey, Somerset Scrumpy, Lemon & Lime Cider, Rhubarb Cider, Strawberry Cider, Apples & Pears & Apple & Blackberry, Gwynt y Ddraig Black Dragon & Happy Daze, Thistly Cross Whisky Cask & Broadoak Rum & Raisin. Well worth a trip out of town to Whittington Moor to check it out.
blue_scrumpy - 28 Aug 2018 20:36
I stumbled upon this place on the way to the Derby Tup after football on a Saturday afternoon and as a bonus it appears in the 2016 GBG, result!

8 cask ales on, I opted for a pint of Wentwell's Little Tick @ 4.0%. As well as the cask pumps, there’s a huge range of bottled ales & 12 keg lines, there offerings are mixed between ales and lagers. Looking at the bottles on offer they appear to have the full range of Thornbridge Brewery ales with at least 17 on display, a very good effort.

Busy in here, I found out that this place used to be a Gun shop before becoming a micro pub 2 or so years ago.

The decoration is sparse but there is an interesting backwards clock hanging above the door. Television was on near the bar showing a game from the Rugby World Cup. I stayed for 45 minutes as I wanted to head off to the Derby Tup.
lezford - 18 Nov 2015 17:31

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