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Castle Rock Brewery

c/o Vat and Fiddle, 12-14 Queens Bridge Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 1NB
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Castle Rock Brewery

About

Castle Rock Brewery was originally founded in an attempt to combat an industry dominated by monopolistic brewers.

Since our humble beginnings as a single pub operation, we have since grown into a diverse brewery, producing our own range of award-winning beers, as well as having over twenty unique pubs in the Castle Rock extended family.

Running great pubs and brewing great beer is still our humble life’s mission.

The Castle Rock family is made up of an eclectic mix of venues across the East Midlands, including city-centre craft beer bars, traditional country pubs, and community-led pubs in the leafy suburbs. Each Castle Rock pub is as unique as the next.

Find out more about the pubs in our family here:

Barley Twist     Bread and Bitter

Canalhouse        Cricketers Rest

Embankment     Fox & Grapes

Golden Eagle      Horse and Plough

Kean’s Head        Lincolnshire Poacher

Poppy and Pint   Stratford Haven

Vat and Fiddle     Willowbrook

The Swan in the Rushes

 

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Castle Rock Brewery (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)

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