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The Castle Pub - Good Beer and 'Takeaway Fish and Chips' Indoors

On the face of it The Castle Pub opposite the entrance to Nottingham Castle should be my idea of perfection. I have been here on numerous occasions to enjoy a pint of Harvest Pale but I had never eaten here. 530 more words

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The Organ Grinder & Canal House, Nottingham

So; our day in Nottingham continues. Blue Monkey were another brewery whose wares we’d sampled at beer festivals and been fairly impressed with. Reminding me somewhat of the likes of Oakham, Quantum, Buxton and The Brew Co – as in producing beers at a mid-strength abv but packed with flavour – we were keen to visit… 728 more words

Nottingham, For Us: The Plough Inn

Back in 2010, my trusty drinking partner Chris and I were blown away by Nottingham Brewery’s Rock Mild at a beer festival. Earthy, rich and full of blackcurrant-juice character, it remained glowing in our memories since then. 742 more words

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England's Oldest Inn

By Linda Tancs

Billing itself “The Oldest Inn in England,” Nottingham’s Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem boasts a landmark building dating to 1189 AD. The story goes that crusaders to the Holy Land really did stop there for some respite–and maybe a cuppa.  33 more words


Did Lord Byron ever drink at the Bell?

My fascination with the poet Lord Byron caused me to spend hours one afternoon in Venice looking for the back entrance to his palace on the Grand Canal. 264 more words

Lord Byron

CAMRA Notts Mild Trail 2012; It'll tye ye fated abdomen in Notts

Apologies again dudes & dudettes (lady dudes) as I’ve made all too little time to write lately but late getting this print to touch press as the topic upon which I write is an ‘ongoing event’ that began 2/3 weeks ago & continues until June 9th (and people wonder why we have problems with the unsustainable nature of our alcohol consumption, I mean really). 1,070 more words

Notts In My Lifetime: Local Istreh

The Malt Cross, Nottingham

Sometimes we’ve all been guilty of ignoring a little gem from right under our noses and this was the case with me and The Malt Cross in Nottingham until the past year or two. 549 more words

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