Deva Tap121 Brook Street
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Popular venue close to the railway station, taken over by the team at Deva Craft Brewery in March 2017. The brewery was then sold in late 2017 and split from the pub business. The interior is fairly open plan but still has the feel of three separate rooms - a small area by the door, larger seating area in the middle and the bar at the far end. The exterior has a very unusual but stunning roof line and there is a small courtyard with picnic tables. On the bar you'll find five handpumps selling White Rat and four changing ales, usually including one dark brew. Four real ciders, ten keg taps and numerious bottles add to the choice. Food served daily Wed-Sun, various meal offers are available.