Castle Rock Brewery

Castle Rock is a brewery and pub group based in Nottingham, England. The company opened its brewery in 1997, and have developed a distinct reputation for excellent quality and consistent beers, thanks to the skill and dedication of Adrian Redgrove and his brewing team. Since opening, the brewery has quickly gone from strength to strength, and its beers have won a multitude of SIBA, CAMRA and other regional and national awards. In 2010, Harvest Pale in Supreme Champion Beer of Britain at the Great British Beer Festival, and since then two other beers have also won at a national level at the very same competition.

Castle Rock Brewery now has a capacity of 360 barrels per week, and brew a core range of seven beers: Sheriff’s Tipple, Black Gold, Harvest Pale, Red Riding Hood, Preservation, Elsie Mo and Screech Owl. Alongside this, the brewery also produce a number of seasonal and special beers and most recently have developed a range of experimental brews, the “Traffic Street Specials”. While being Nottingham’s largest and most prolific brewer, Castle Rock continues to innovate and embrace the spirit and passion of the smallest of breweries.

Castle Rock also operates 20 diverse pubs in the East Midlands area and beyond.