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  1. Malt Cross

    Nottingham

    Malt Cross is an Grade-2 listed Victorian Music Hall set at the heart of Nottingham city centre, just off Old Market Square.

  2. The Trent Navigation

    Nottingham

    The historic Trent Navigation is a traditional English pub with all the best modern bits added for comfort and serves 14 cask ales and ciders as part of the Locale scheme run by CAMRA.

  3. The Cross Keys

    Nottingham

    Steeped in hundreds of years of history and renovated to the highest standards The Cross Keys one of Nottingham's finest gems. This late Victorian pub serves a modern British based menu washed down with a high quality range of real ales, ciders and…

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  4. Cricketers Rest

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    Cricketers Rest

    Kimberley

    The Cricketers Rest, poised idyllically at the top a hill in Kimberly, is a warm and welcoming pub at the centre of its community. Looking the part amongst the cottages of the town, the Cricks is a traditional pub streaked with intriguing…

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  5. Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem

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    Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem

    Nottingham

    Situated at the foot of Nottingham Castle and nestled in the sandstone cliff rock, Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem is England's oldest inn and a landmark of Nottingham history.

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  6. Willowbrook

    Nottingham

    The Willowbrook is one of Castle Rock’s youngest pubs, acquired in 2013, and holds a fine reputation in the heart of the Gedling community. The spacious and contemporary pub welcomes you into the main bar, with a line of ten real ales, an excellent…

  7. Fox & Grapes

    Nottingham

    Situated in the creative epicentre of Nottingham, the Fox & Grapes first opened in the 1830s and has been part of the fabric of the city’s pub scene ever since.

  8. Barley Twist

    Nottingham

    The Barley Twist is a two-floor new craft beer and wine cellar, housed in a former sweetshop on Nottingham’s Carrington Street.

  9. The Roebuck Inn

    Nottingham

    This Wetherspoon pub has an array of real ales and ciders, along with wine and spirits. The pub also offers a range of meals and snacks, with a range of offers available throughout the week. The pub is suitable for groups and bookings can be taken.…

  10. The Organ Grinder - Loughborough

    Loughborough

    The Organ Grinder is Blue Monkey's pub in Loughborough.

  11. The Organ Grinder - Newark

    Newark

    The Organ Grinder is Blue Monkey's pub at Newark.

  12. Poppy and Pint

    Nottingham

    Nestled between the Lady Bay tennis club and Bowling Green the Poppy, a former British Legion, has become a firm favourite amongst the Lady Bay community and visitors alike, with its warm welcoming atmosphere, fantastic food and friendly staff.

  13. Canalhouse

    Nottingham

    Opened in 2000 on the lower floors of the former Canal museum, the Canalhouse is famous for having a canal that extends into the building complete with resident narrow boats.

  14. The Wollaton Pub and Kitchen

    Nottingham

    Coronavirus update: For the latest information on coronavirus and how it might impact your travel in and around Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, including information on which venues and attractions are closed, please visit our Know Before You Go…

  15. The Newshouse

    Nottingham

    Although built in the 1950s, the Newshouse occupies a site which was first licensed a century earlier. It was operated latterly by Home Ales and then Mansfield Brewery before being acquired by Castle Rock in 2002.

  16. Vat and Fiddle

    Nottingham

    The Vat and Fiddle, Castle Rock’s brewery tap, is a fine example of the Great British pub. Located a short stroll from Nottingham railway station, ‘the Vat’ is a 1930’s art deco-style building beneath the iconic blue tower of Castle Rock.

  17. Lincolnshire Poacher

    Nottingham

    The Lincolnshire Poacher has been part of Nottingham’s real ale drinking scene for so long that it’s easy to forget that it only opened in the late 1980′s, rising from the shell of the Old Grey Nags Head which had been closed by Shipstones.

  18. Cock & Hoop Pub

    Nottingham

    Cock & Hoop is located in the Lace Market area of Nottingham City Centre, situated in a period building once a public house with rooms for an audience to watch the hangings on the steps of the Galleries of Justice opposite.

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  19. The Southbank Bar & 1998 Club

    Nottingham

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  20. Kean's Head

    Nottingham

    Situated opposite the imposing St Mary’s church, in the historic and now, culturally vibrant Lace Market area of Nottingham is the small, but perfectly formed, Kean’s Head.

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