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Going to game tomorrow and wanting to know if anybody knows of any pubs near the ground that us Wednesday fans will be drinking in.

 

Thanks WAWAW

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Not much near ground , depends if you are in colours. But loads in centre like Walkabout etc. 

 

I live near Derby... It's not the most cultured of places ! 

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Go into town and get yourself in the Blessington Carriage.

 

 

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I've always liked the New Brunswick just up the road from the station, it'll be rammed with Owls and has some great ales on tap. Many in the centre don't let away fans in and the Harvester types near the ground are feckin awful.

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Blessington may be a bit difficult to find. The Brunswick near the station is great and about 10 mins to ground. Those in centre more like 20mins. The Exeter, Derby Tap, Silk Mill and Dolphin are all good beer and friendly. As ever its probably not a great idea to to go OTT about being an away fan though I doubt it would be a problem in any of those.

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16 minutes ago, Herbie Owl said:

Going to game tomorrow and wanting to know if anybody knows of any pubs near the ground that us Wednesday fans will be drinking in.

 

Thanks WAWAW

The smithfield serves a nice pint, plenty of hand pulled ales too, about a ten minute walk down to pride Park too

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4 hours ago, Eatonram said:

Blessington may be a bit difficult to find. The Brunswick near the station is great and about 10 mins to ground. Those in centre more like 20mins. The Exeter, Derby Tap, Silk Mill and Dolphin are all good beer and friendly. As ever its probably not a great idea to to go OTT about being an away fan though I doubt it would be a problem in any of those.

Good post, about spot on. there's also two Weatherspoons in the centre, babington arms and the standing order, I would avoid the neptune which is actually a cracking pub that I really  but can be full of locals with 'character'. 

 

If you fancy something to eat there is an excellent all you can eat Indian which also has some English food called the slice of India. Good food and cheap.  if you work for the nhs bring your ID as you also get 10% off 

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Slice of India is well out of the city centre - they'd need a taxi there and back garymegson

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4 hours ago, Crewton Ram said:

Slice of India is well out of the city centre - they'd need a taxi there and back garymegson

If 4 people can afford £30 odd quid each to watch second division football they can afford a couple of quid each for a cab or better still have a 20 min walk to the ground and burn some of the calories off lol

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