I Taste a Liquor Never Brewed

Emily Dickinson

The poem on the wall of the Queen’s Head pub.

Close-up of the poem.

This popular pub on the Chesterfield Road in Belper supports a range of arts activites. This poem was chosen as it is a personal favourite of Val and Richard Watson (two of the pub’s owners) and Beth was a particular fan of Emily Dickinson’s poetry.

We are grateful to the Belper Pub Company for sponsoring this poem.

The stone plaque was worked by Barrie Price of James Beresford & Sons, Monumental Masons and Memorial Specialists. Contact them on 01773 822117.

Thanks to Armano Zaffardi for working on the poetry trail logo.