A giant celebration of craft beer takes place in Nottingham between 4th-10th July and Castle Rock pubs are getting right amongst it with a great set of events.





As millions join the 'Dry January' campaign, Castle Rock's Liv Auckland recalls her love of pubs over the years, why one Nottingham pub remains her firm favourite, and why non-drinkers can also be regular pub visitors.


Here you'll find out what Castle Rock pubs are up to this Christmas, including seasonal menus and opening hours.



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.


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!


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.