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  1. The Lion at Basford

    Nottingham

    Located in the shadows of the magnificent Shipstone’s Brewery, The Lion Inn at New Basford in Nottingham has an enviable reputation for cask ales and live music. Its' rustic charm and great ale house ambiance has made it very popular with locals and...

  2. Bunkers Hill

    Nottingham

    Located close to Nottingham's landmark Capital FM Arena, Bunkers Hill serves a range of real ales and food all day.

  3. 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.

  4. Doctor's Orders

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    Doctor's Orders

    Nottingham

    A Magpie Brewery tap, the Doctor’s Orders is Nottingham’s first micropub – a cosy one room free house that specialises in serving top quality cask conditioned real ale and cider, but that’s not all you will find here, they have a selection of...

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  5. Yarn

    Nottingham

    Yarn is a brand-new craft beer, tapas and pizza bar in the heart of the city of Nottingham, part of the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall. A joint partnership between the Theatre, CGC Event Caterers and Castle Rock Brewery, Yarn is a haven for...

  6. 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.

    Whether you are...

  7. The Roebuck Inn

    Nottingham


    Tucked away on St James' Street you will find the Roebuck Inn, which is opposite the former Malt Cross music hall. Built in 1877, the music hall occupied the site of the Malt Cross public house, originally the Roebuck, first recorded in 1760...

  8. The Botanist

    Nottingham

    It started with a seed, an idea to create a secret garden of food and drink. A place where antiquities and trinkets hang from the walls, and resident botanists craft unusual concoctions. Discover an array of refreshments to sip and savour; the...

  9. The Organ Grinder - Nottingham

    Nottingham

    The Organ Grinder is Blue Monkey's pub in Canning Circus (just off Derby Road) in Nottingham.

    Cask Ales: Up to nine cask ales are on the bar.  Most are from Blue Monkey, with the occasional great guest beer.    Real Ciders: A changing selection...

  10. Fox and Crown

    Newark

    The Fox and Crown has been a Castle Rock pub for two decades. Situated in Newark where we opened our very first pub – the Old King’s Arms – in the seventies, it holds a special place in our hearts.

    Once a traditional real ale pub in the heart...

  11. Kean's Head

    Nottingham

    INVITING SINGLE ROOM PUB WITH A DYNAMIC FOOD AND DRINK OFFERING

    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. Taking...

  12. 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...

  13. Curious Manor

    Nottingham

    Welcome to the world of the Curious...

    "We are inventors, explorers, creators and pioneers, those that question the norm, fresh ideas with fresher ingredients..."

    Three decadent bars and six rooms fill a very Curious curved building with a...

  14. Crafty Crow

    Nottingham

    Magpie Brewery's tap house. Come and try something a bit different.

  15. Pitcher and Piano

    Nottingham

    Newly refurbished and housed inside a striking Grade II-listed church...Pitcher & Piano has reopened in the heart of the Lace Market.

  16. The Canalhouse

    Nottingham

    A highly unique venue that will have you coming back time and time again...

    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...

  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.

    In...

  18. Bread and Bitter

    Nottingham

    TRADITIONAL MULTI-ROOM PUB AND REAL ALE HAVEN ON MAPPERLEY TOP

    The Bread & Bitter was officially opened by Barrie Judge on December 5th 2007. Back in 1991, Mr Judge shut his bakery on the same site. Now fully restored sixteen years later as a...

  19. Hand and Heart

    Nottingham

    The definition of ‘Nottingham the City of Caves’ the Hand & Heart is a traditional English Pub with a dining area at the back set in a sandstone cave. This beautiful and interesting setting is contrasted with a light Garden Room conservatory...

  20. Tom Browns Brasserie

    Gunthorpe

    Tom Browns Brasserie is set in a converted Victorian schoolhouse beside the leafy banks of the River Trent. It has all the charm and character of the period combined with a modern continental image.

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