Jenny Farr, the children's welfare champion, has poured, and enjoyed, the first pint of the Castle Rock beer brewed to honour her lifetime's work for the NSPCC.
Lewis Townsend gives the update on the 2.0v1.7 range, our trial brew, why we're doing it and the "c" word.
Castle Rock Brewery and the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trusts are pleased to close 2016 with a look back to how the relationship started, and then a look forward to how it will continue to thrive.
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.
Castle Rock Brewery has begun a year-long evaluation of an anaerobic digester designed to convert waste from its brewing processes into energy and cleaner waste water.
Take a look at some of the dishes our wonderful chefs prepared for the vegan and vegetarian cook-off which took place at the Embankment in November. Look out for some of these dishes in our pubs and watch this space for more chef action!
Chefs at 11 of Castle Rock Brewery's Nottingham pubs have done battle to cook, show and taste each others favourite vegetarian and vegan dishes.
Our Embankment pub at Trent Bridge is holding a major beer festival on the weekend from Friday 25 November with 25 cask ales, 15 craft beers, and 15 ciders and perries among the choices.
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.