Address : Cabman’s Shelter, 1a Queen’s Road, Nottingham, NG2 3AS
The micropub business in Nottingham has been booming in recent times, and BeerHeadZ arguably sums up the sector in a brilliant little building that’s bursting with character, history and heritage.
The Cabman’s Shelter was used by taxi drivers in times gone by, neatly crammed into the corner of Nottingham Station itself. On the bar you’ll find around three handpulls, often veering towards the craft end of beers, a couple of ciders and a wider selection of craft cans and bottles.
Like many micropubs, this one is cosy – but cleverly designed tables, plus plenty of places to hang your coat has created a great space to wait for your train or contemplate the next place on your pub crawl.
Music? Nope. There’s just beer.
Food? Crisps, nuts. But mainly beer.
People? Those that like beer. Have you actually been reading anything we’ve said?
Opinion? This is a cosy bolt hole in an otherwise booze free station (unless you count Pumpkin, which we don’t). And despite the quirky spelling of “Headz”, there’s no smell of beard oil or caramel-infused vegetable chips. Which can only be a good thing
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