Agreed you wouldn't celebrate your LOVE but they did anyway? Too busy to make plans? Forgot? Single, anti-Valentine's or hashtag 'Galantines'? We've pulled together everything happening this 14th February in Castle Rock pubs.
On Tuesday 3rd January, Castle Rock closed all managed pubs and threw a company-wide party in the brewery. Hundreds of staff gathered to celebrate Christmas, the New Year, and 2017, which marks 40 years since the company was founded.
At Castle Rock, we are celebrating the New Year the right way: not by banishing all the things we enjoy, but by embracing them! Support your local Castle Rock pub this January with #TryJanuary, #Canuary, and #Ginuary.
The Nottingham Comedy Festival is back for the 8th time between the 4th and 12th November 2016. Featuring over 100 shows in 23 venues across the city the festival is as strong as ever and offers more variety than before.
Castle Rock Brewery has acquired the freehold of the Cricketers Rest in Kimberley. The workmen and women are there and it’ll reopen as our 22nd pub in August.
Castle Rock's Commemoration Collection is launched to reflect on the Battle of the Somme.
This June, Mikron Theatre Company bring to the stage ‘Canary Girls: Heroes on the Home Front’. Funny, heartfelt and tender. Mikron presents a tale of two sisters well and truly at war.
We’re delighted to have been selected to be one of the three diverse businesses put forward for the Nottingham Post's Company of the Year award 2016.
The Embankment pub at Trent Bridge has been listed as an historic building by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport.