Saturday, 6 November 2010

The Brunswick, Derby

The Brunswick is more or less opposite the railway station in Derby. It's a pub building with its own brewery in among the historic Railway Terrace properties. It doesn't really do food, though I had a packet of wonderful Pork Scratchings, but it is primarily known as a place you can find a wide range of properly kept real ales. You can see the range on offer from the blackboard in the photograph. I noticed that there were no "nitro keg" ales available, so you would be unable to get a pint of smooth here. I think there was one lager available, but the tap handle was more or less invisible, being below bar level. It's a temple to real ale, and to the Derby railway industry. I didn't spot any cutlery at all.

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