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Castle Rock Yard Party 2022

Castle Rock Brewery, Queensbridge Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 1NB

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Castle Rock Brewery
Friday 20 - Saturday 21 May 2022 | 3pm - 10.30pm
Price: £11.00 - £13.20

Castle Rock Brewery's annual (and long overdue) celebration of beer is back for 2022! 
Join them in the brewery yard for a weekend of live music, great food and good times, and most importantly, the best beer you can get your hands on! 

Friday and Saturday:
• 40+ KEG BEERS 
• 20+ CASK BEERS 
• Live music and DJ sets curated by Revolution Sounds 
• Street food 
• Ciders + Franklins & Sons Gin Bar 
• Entertainment
• Free brewery tours
• MORE beer at the Vat and Fiddle
+ General fabulous vibes ✌️

Tickets now on sale from Gigantic! ️
They're including the option to add a donation to their friends at the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust again this year, please give as you're able! 

Check back for updates on the beer list, line up and more… 
Castle Rock are currently working on their offering, so if you have any suggestions, NOW IS THE TIME! Comments and DMs welcome.
Children welcome until 6pm on both days.

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