Attenborough Reserve, a pilsner-style pale ale, was officially launched at the reserve itself along with Graham Bowden, reserve manager.
The Embankment, the former home of the Boots Social Club at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, has undergone a £600,000 refurbishment to become the 21st pub to be operated by Castle Rock Brewery in its East Midland heartland.
Castle Rock announce November as BROvember - a month of fundraising for the John van Geest Cancer Research Centre on Nottingham Trent's Clifton campus. Autumnal beer Walrus becomes a charity brew with 20p per pint donated to the centre.
If you’ve dropped by the Embankment in recent weeks, or picked up the latest copy of the Castle Rock Quarterly, you’ll know the stunning site has undergone significant refurbishments and is nearing completion.
Nottingham Comedy Festival is back this November and is bigger than ever before. Castle Rock is proud to sponsor this ten day festival and host the double decker BlundaBus in the brewery yard!
We’ve been crafting real ales since 1997, and now we’re dabbling in cider making… October is CAMRA Cider and Perry month and with a huge range of apple varieties ready for harvesting, it’s the perfect time to experiment.
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.