This rustic American style bar and pub is home to 120+ craft beers all displayed on the first-floor bar. It’s located at 7 High Pavement, Nottingham NG1 1HF and officially opened on 22nd March.
The new bar has a chilled and relaxed atmosphere which can hold up to 300 people. Upstairs, there’s a whole separate area with another bar which customers can hire for free of charge when you buy a few beers!
Staff are friendly and welcoming offering to describe and present any of the craft beers and ales they serve up on that particular day. I chose to try one of their house ciders which was fruity and fresh.
For people with a taste for something other than beer, there are plenty of wine, spirits and cocktails to choose from in the drinks menu.
With around 18 Head of Steam bars dotted around the UK, the company is very experienced in delivering good customer service and creating a place where people want to enjoy music, food and of course, their wide selection of beer and ales.
For me this new bar is right up my street, I was in awe of the decor, food deals and felt comfortable just sitting on my own – I’d definitely love to come here on a Friday or Saturday night, I can imagine having a lot of fun.
When looking around, I noticed all the great offers and deals they have on for customers, live music for free on Thursdays and Saturdays and deals like a ‘Beer & Burger’ on Wednesdays – Head of Steam Nottingham have not missed a trick.
Even at 2 o’clock on a weekday, the newly opened bar was not short of customers, the bar was busy and chatter was loud. The Head of Steam is also dog-friendly which is rare for inner-city bars, attracting owners of furry companions.
The decor had an industrial feel, all of the fittings and rustic features were impressive, with exposed piping and caging, every last detail has been analyzed to ensure the aesthetic.
The general manager of the bar, Marcin Koszler, gave me an exclusive tour around the pub and said “It’s been very busy… even on the weekdays and in the evenings, a lot of people are coming to have a look around and try our craft beers and cocktails. The live music is starting this week, so we hope that will make customers realise it’s not just another bar in Nottingham, we’re different.”
Visit their Facebook page here for more announcements about their upcoming music acts and new craft ales.
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