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Castle Rock Brewery Yard Party

Castle Rock's Brewery Yard and The Vat and Fiddle, 12 – 14 Queensbridge Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 1NB
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Friday 18 & 19 May 2018
Castle Rock Brewery and the Vat & Fiddle

So, after the success of last year, the Castle Rock Yard Party is back for 2018 – and this time they don’t have a reason aside from good ol’ fashioned fun.

The two-day beer festival will showcase some of the best beers from across the globe. The biggest beer brains of Castle Rock are combining their knowledge and contacts to bring you guys an impressive array of keg and cask beers, with 20 available at any one time, along with street food by local vendor Smoqued – served from their bespoke 1973 Citroen H van.

They’ve called on our fabulous friends at the Maze – Nottingham’s finest independent music venue – to curate live music for the Yard Party. If it’s anything like last year, expect a mix of genres from some of the best local acts, bursting from a lorry in the brewery yard.

Plus, there will be events taking place in the Vat & Fiddle (our beloved brewery tap) throughout the festival, and Saturday includes a family-friendly afternoon with a section of the yard dedicated to entertainment for the sproglets. Entry for children is free, but make sure you add their ticket to your order to help them prepare!

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