Castle Rock Brewery

Castle Rock Brewery

Castle Rock Brewery was start back in 1977 when it was originally called Tynemill and was started by the former chairman of CAMRA, Chris Holmes. Since those early days, Castle Rock’s reputation has due to their unique estate of pubs and their high quality of real ale.

Whilst they were originally called Tynemill, Castle Rock Brewery became their trading name and to stop confusion between the two names the company is now known as Castle Rock Brewery.

Castle Rock Brewery tap is based in Nottingham and has gone from strength to strength over the years. Their hard work has paid off and has seen production increasing from 30 barrels a week to 100 barrels a week in 2010. Due to the increase in production in 2010 Castle Rock saw no option but to expand further with new equipment which saw their capacity grow to 360 barrels a week.

Till this day Castle Rock Beer strives to make unique beers while keeping to their roots of brewing excellent high quality beers which will carry on for years to come. Proof of Castle Rocks Brewery’s success is shown via its many awards over the years including Supreme Champion Beer of Britain 2010 which they won at CAMRA Great British Beer Festival for their Harvest Pale. They also placed third for Strong Bitters at GBBF 2013 for their beer Screech Owl.

Along with the brewery Castle Rock also runs an estate of Pubs which has also won the award of “Pub Group of the Year” for 2002, 2006 and 2008. With these awards under their belt, the demand for their beers has grown above and beyond, which should make Castle Rock Beers high on your beer list if you have one.

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