East Midlands

Robin Hood returns to repeat Trent Bridge success

Nottingham CAMRA is bringing the Robin Hood Beer & Cider Festival back to Trent Bridge Cricket Ground this October (12-15) after a successful 2021 eve...

Month-long city ale trail returns

Nottingham Ale Trail makes a return or a month-long campaign highlighting the city’s pubs and cask beer. Organised by Nottingham Business Improvement...

Branch lobbies MP for a pubs’ support package 

Pub-goers and beer drinkers in Northamptonshire are asking a local MP to fight for help for pubs facing the soaring cost of energy, which threaten to...

Can you help Newark beer festival?

CAMRA’s Newark & District beer festival (26-28 May) is looking for volunteers. “May might seem a long way off but the good news is that the Newark Bee...

Going underground in Nottingham

Nottingham is a unique city.  Proudly sitting atop a thick layer of easily worked Triassic sandstone, it conceals a vast warren of caves, some dating...

Docks ships in new tank

To celebrate its third birthday Grimsby’s Docks Beers has upped its brewing capability by 40 per cent. The 14,400-litre set-up has seen a new 60-hecto...

CAMRA beer festivals return  

The festival season is finally upon us. After an almost two-year hiatus, the gathering of beer and  cider lovers is once again on the agenda. While we...

Brewers abhor a vacuum

We were supping fine beer from the Navigation Brewery in the Cross Keys in Nottingham and the man sitting next to me said that when he moved to the ci...

Best pub designs revealed

CAMRA has unveiled the winners of its 2020 Pub Design Awards, which aim to recognise the most impressive architecture, design and conservation in Brit...

Community backs new village shop for Northamptonshire pub

Licensees Martin Steele and Laura Cook have opened a village shop at the George Inn at Tiffield, Northamptonshire with the help and support of local r...


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