Opened in February 2016 by local brewery Scribblers Ales. Long and narrow, the pub has a bar to the rear sporting eight handpumps with seating on either side between door and bar. As with the Scribblers beers, there is a literary theme throughout the pub.
Opened 2014. Windows at the front and the rear gives this pub a light and airy feel. The four Home Ales brewery beers are ever changing with always a mix of light, dark and anything in between. Similarly, there are between two and four ciders plus four craft lines.
Former barbers shop, opened as a micropub in March 2019. At the front is a row of bar stools offering the customer the opportunity to watch the world of Haydn Road pass the premises. The pub serves three changing cask ales.
Opened December 2014 and taken over by Magpie brewery in 2018. Single roomed micropub on two levels. The U-shape offers the feel of two distinct areas. Five handpulls dispense at least one Magpie beer with others sourced from other microbreweries countrywide. There are also several taps dispensing keg beers and real ciders.
1 Derbyshire Lane Hucknall Nottinghamshire NG15 7JX
Hucknall's first micropub opened in August 2013. Pub serves five changing cask ales and up to twelve ciders are available. Also available are rums, along with gins and a large well stocked fridge and shelves of bottled beers to drink in or take out.
A small friendly pub serving five rotating guest beers, three ciders, a range of over 100 bottled beers and a limited amount of wines and spirits. The beers, often one offs from near and far, are kept in excellent condition and served in oversized glasses so that you can be sure of a full pint. Change of name from BeerHeadZ to Beer Under the Clock April 2021.
A small single ground-floor room (capacity for 36) with central bar. All beers change regularly, and are seldom repeated. 5 handpumps, 6 craft beer pumps and a range of bottled and canned beers and ciders. Beer or cider to go sold in polypins.
Mapperley Top's first micropub, opened in September 2018. The small bar holds four handpumps. Unusual circular tables from large cable winds with inbuilt footrests, wooden benches and varied chairs, including high and low stools provide seating.