The Derby Brewing TAP House
The Derby Brewery TAP House was Derby Brewing Company's first pub. It is a unique Victorian curved building dating back to 1862 and sits on the banks of the river Derwent. After being shut for 2 years it was saved from the clutches of the bulldozers and it then went on the win Derby Camra Pub of The Year.
The Derby Brewery TAP House combines high Victorian ceilings and imposing windows with exposed brickwork and original wooden floors to create a great pub. There is also a purpose build smoking barn, courtyard and roof terrace overlooking the river, perfect for those fleeting summer months.
We pride ourselves in offering 10 real ales on hand pull, showcasing 5 of our own ales and 5 guest ales. Not to mention a fantastic selection of lagers, wines, spirits and ciders and world beers, there is something for everyone including our legendary racks.
Monday - Closed
Tuesday & Wednesday: 3pm - 11pm
Thursday to Saturday: 12 noon - 11pm
Sunday: 12 noon - 6pm
We have a different pop up kitchen every weekend at the TAP HOUSE.
Check out our socials for this week’s menu.
Fantastic staff and surroundings topped off by a superb selection of real ales.