Join us on Sunday 11th November when we officially launch 'Goodbye to All That', the last of the beers in our Commemoration collection which have been raising money for Amnesty International and the Royal British Legion.
This summer saw the streets of Nottingham dotted with giant, colourful robins, as part of the Hoodwinked Wild in Art trail. Last night, those robins raised a staggering £133,000 for the Nottinghamshire Hospice.
The first in a series of musings from Castle Rockians, penned by our very own MD Colin Wilde.
Find out all you need to know about the comedy gigs taking place during Nottingham Comedy Festival in Castle Rock venues - 2nd - 10th November.
Castle Rock's Dan Mason has teamed up with the University of Nottingham to produce a beer celebrating the life, work and achievements of MRI pioneer Sir Peter Mansfield.
Voting has commenced for the Nottingham Restaurant & Bar Awards 2018/19 with a brand new category: Best Real Ale Pub
Castle Rock hosts the Maasai Cricket Warriors for a friendly cricket match in the brewery
Worth at least £100,000, designed and built in Nottingham, and still going strong in old age; Brough Superiors are the 'Rolls Royce of motorcycles', a name they've been honoured to use for nearly 100 years.
Win tickets to see Blue Planet – Live in Concert II by tagging Castle Rock Brewery (on Facebook or Instagram) in a selfie with our Robin on the Hoodwinked Art Trail!
The Commemoration Collection continues this summer with Factory No.6, brewed to mark 100 years since one of Britain’s worst wartime disasters.