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WELCOME TO HOME PAGE OF THE 2014 NOTTINGHAM ROBIN HOOD BEER AND CIDER FESTIVAL

SORRY - The Festival is Closed

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PLEASE COME BACK NEXT YEAR!

WE HAD OVER ONE THOUSAND CRAFT BEERS!

Yes - the beer and cider festival that offers the world’s biggest selection of draught cask conditioned beers, and over 200 real ciders and perries is CLOSED having been brighter and bigger than ever!

The festival was again held in the wonderful grounds of Nottingham Castle right in the city centre and as in previous years was not be all-ticket. A full programme of entertainment was again offered from Wednesday evening to Saturday, down on the bandstand.

As last year, the festival was fully open on Wednesday evening, including entertainment on the bandstand and catering stalls.

All beers and ciders that were ready were on sale, except the limited number that were being judged in the SIBA competition the next day, which meant around 650 different cask beers were available to try.

The East Midlands CAMRA Regional Cider Competition was held during the Wednesday evening.

Cider listings available to view here in Word and .pdf formats (updated)

Beer listings available to view here in Word, Excel Spreadsheet and .pdf formats

Programme Front Page

Click on image to access the 2014 Beer Festival Programme Guide (.pdf format)

Please remember that the printed programme is subject to unexpected changes which will not be shown - for all updated information for Beer and Cider listings follow the links above - thank you.

Don't forget Triple FFF (Festival Fringe Fortnight) is running until 19th October!

Leaflet

Download the leaflet in .pdf format here or by clicking on the image

Thursday, 9th October 2014 at the Festival

Castle Gounds

The Approach to the Beer tents via the Castle Gardens

Castle Rock Stand

Magpie Brewery

Castle Rock and Magpie Brewery stands

Under Spyke Golding

Spyke Golding presiding over the beer fanciers

Colourfull Character FrontColourfull Character BAck

A colourful volunteer helping out behind the bar

Robin Hood

Myths and Fairy Tales were found at the Festival and Robin Hood arrives at the Festival named after him

See what the papers said:

Blue Monkey TeamGrandees Crafty Crow Team

From left to right - 'Blue Monkey' Team / 2nd October / Beer Festival 'Grandees' 4th October / The 'Crafty Crow' Team 6th October

Gallery Sign

Judges and Runners Up

From l to r : Colin Wilde (MD Castle Rock), Mick Bajcar, Amanda Bajcar, Derek Adams, Richard Nettleton and Lee Hutchinson

The winner of the Spyke Golding Literary Award 2014 has been announced - Congratulations to Catrin Egan and runners up Lee Hutchinson and Richard Nettleton more information can be found here or on the dedicated Fb page here please visit and 'like' us - thank you.

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