For us at Castle Rock November is known as BROvember – a month of fundraising for the John van Geest Cancer Research Centre. Our autumnal beer Walrus becomes a charity brew with 20p per pint donated to the centre.
Great news for the Derby Tup in Chesterfield - the district branch of CAMRA has given the pub on the town’s Whittington Moor its latest pub of the season award.
We are delighted to announce that thanks to the hard work of Sarah Halpin, our business development & training manager, Castle Rock has been shortlisted in its category in the BII National Innovation in Training Awards, launched this year.
We are delighted to announce that we picked up two awards at the SIBA Midlands Independent Beer Awards 2016 in Birmingham: A Gold for Traffic Street #8: Guns of Navarone and a Bronze for Sherwood Reserve.
After reports of unexplained activity in the brewery's cold store, Castle Rock's Lewis Townsend and Colin Wilde invited paranormal experts Barrie John and Kirsty Celik to investigate.
The contribution of Florence Boot, businesswoman and benefactor, to the welfare of Nottingham people is being remembered this month with a real ale, 'Florence Boot', and the naming of a memorial garden at the Embankment, Trent Bridge.
After successfully pulping and zesting 310 grapefruits, we can confirm that Traffic Street #9 ENJOY YOURSELF is on its way.
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.
We are delighted to announce we have been awarded the Investors in the Environment Green Accreditation!
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.