Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has thanked us at Castle Rock for producing a brand new beer to support its work in Trent Vale - the latest in our series of beers named after nature reserves cared for by the wildlife charity.
The New Barrack Tavern pub on the city's Penistone Road has new owners.
The Lincolnshire Poacher is Nottingham CAMRA's LocAle pub of the year recognising its role serving and promoting beers made within 20 miles of its cellar.
Twenty Castle Rock women and the Nottingham Women's History Group have brewed the fifth beer from the Commemoration Collection, a series of twelve charity brews marking the centenary of the Great War.
A packed house of music lovers have given Nottingham Waterfront's fifth birthday festival at the Canalhouse a day to remember.
Castle Rock sponsor the main stage at this year's Macmillan Fest taking place on Saturday 5th September. The festival is showcasing 51 bands across four of Nottingham's best-loved music venues.
A quick update on the Castle Rock Club.
Funhouse Comedy Club, which already runs successful nights at numerous venues all over the country, is excited to announce the launch of its brand new comedy night at The Swan In The Rushes, Loughborough, on Sunday September 6th.
Customers and staff at the New Barrack Tavern on Sheffield's Penistone Road have raised over £700 for Sheffield Children's Hospital in a charity day that almost didn't happen.
This September brings to Nottinghamshire a new festival on the grounds of the ancestral home of Lord Byron; the Robin Hood Folk Festival 2015, at Newstead Abbey Park