Just a few steps from Derby’s rail station, this former railway men’s retreat has been lovingly restored to its Victorian glory.
The Brunswick Inn has its own on-site micro-brewery (Derby's oldest) which is on view for customers to see. For those who like their tipple a bit stronger, the pub's homemade 'Triple Hop' is a must, being a great accompaniment to the hearty stews that come out of the kitchen, piping hot.
Make time to browse the decorated walls, crammed to the ceiling with ale memorabilia and beer bottles from hundreds of years ago! Jazz every Thursday, a beer festival every year and a regular in all national good pub guides.
Probably the best pub in Derby for anyone who likes traditional real ales.