A nice and more modern looking pub. Very easy to find when you arrive with train. Turn right when leaving the train station. 2 min up the road. Also close to Carrow Road. Perfect place before a match. Or an end station, after a pub crawl, waiting for the train. Mainly beer from Chalk Hill Brewery. Also some ciders. Lovely patio. Well wort a visit
A brewpub being the main outlet of beers from the Chalk Hill brewery. Seven ales from the microbrewery available at our visit. A good vibe with all kinds of clientele on a Saturday eve. Food options. Polite service. A patio at the front of the pub. Not far from the train station, turn to the right when leaving the main entrance at the station. Close to the football ground, Carrow Road, as well. Worth checking out (Visited with Cunningham, Camons, Saxo, Grumbo and Rasmus40, 18.02.2017).
Rather big brewpub about 5 min walk from the railway station. Crowded as we visited a saturday night, we had to sit outside. 7 house beers, maybe on the sweet side, but no faults, and including 2 milds. Nice service and fair prices
Popular pub, with friendly clientele, situated a few minutes walk up from the train station. Home of the Chalk Hill Brewery, and had 7 of their beers on when visiting on Saturday. Prices and service ok. Good place as a last stop before catching the train.
They had seven different Chalk Hill beers on cask at our visit. The place was busy on a Saturday, so we had to sit outside, which was nice enough as the weather was mild for February. The beers were okay without being great. This was our final stop on a great day in Norwich.
Visited around 3.30pm on Friday 17/02/17.
Located approximately 5 minutes walk from Norwich station, exit via the platform 6 side and turn sharp left then up the footpath to the right, the Coach & Horses was doing a tidy trade despite being inbetween lunch and post work.Talking of post work it’s practically located bang opposite the Post Office and there were quite a few workers in there both eating and drinking.
There were maybe 9 cask lines in total although some were duplicated but in total 6 different beers on offer from Chalk Hill Brewery on our visit. The other taps were macro keg with the exception of a pilsener from the Grain brewery. Wood and brick floors and low level table seating were the order of the day. There was a handsome terrace, partially covered, out the front of the pub. Decor was a mix of pictures and moderate bric a brac but perhaps the most interesting for me was a series of old railway diagrams of Norwich station from 100 or so years ago on the wall to the left of the bar. There was also a computer located here where you could read about the history of the brewery ... nice touch and not commonly seen! Service was prompt and very friendly, tasters offered, nothing too much trouble. We didn’t eat on our visit but the menu and the food we saw other folks tucking into looked good and if I visit again I would certainly plan for a meal here !
Overall a solid old school UK brew pub, beers included 2 milds, a couple of bitters, a stout and a gold ... all of which were in good condition and decent representations of their style.
Well recommended especially if you have half an hour or so to kill for a train.
Further to Leighton’s review, I would imagine that if you’re travelling to Norwich by train this would either be your first or last stop. For me it was the latter and the least sober. It was surprisingly busy for a weekday evening, seemed to have slightly more of a student/young ’uns vibe than many Norwich boozers. They mainly sell their own beer, although there are a few guests beers on draught and in bottles. The service was quick and friendly. Not my favourite Norwich pub but I certainly enjoyed it a lot more than I thought I would.
As this was my last stop on a solo pub crawl around Norwich, I was reasonably well boosted by the time I stopped in. Thankfully, I was more than coherent enough to enjoy my half pint of Chalk Hill Dreadnought (it’s a mild, and not to be confused with Dreadnaught, that imperial IPA from Three Floyds). The place was fairly busy on the Tuesday evening I patronised it, but the barwoman was quick to get me my sustenance. I think the value was pretty good. The ambiance was convivial. Given this pub’s proximity to the train station, it’s a good spot to check out if you are crunched for time, or to take in as your last stop before catching a train. Good pub.
Visited august 2015, with beery friends. A cosy local brewpub, a short walk from the train station ( uphill ). Lots of seatings inside, as well as outside. Large bar area,, with 6 taps of their own beers ( 5 was on when we visited ). Beers served with a smile and in ok condition. Seemed very local pub, buth nice, welcoming atmosphere. Free WiFi. For sure worth another visit.