Take a “Virtual Tour” of the Robin Hood Beer Festival

Nottingham CAMRA has released more details of this years Robin Hood Beer and Cider Festival. Real ale gurus Steve Westby and Andrew Ludlow have posted an online video taking you on a tour around the new venue, the Motoropoint Arena. The Festival has been forced to move because Nottingham Castle is closed for renovations. But while the…

Fellows reopens (again)

In a touch of deja vu, Fellows, Morton and Clayton on Canal Street is to reopen again on 3rd September. It closed down earlier this year after the owners, Ever So Sensible Group, decided to pull the plug after just a few months of operation. Now, the Bermondsey Pub Company – the trading name for the pub’s…

Langtry’s gets a makeover

We were puzzled – and a bit worried – to see loads of scaffolding up around Langtrys this week. The pub has long been a NottsNight favourite, and is one of the few remaining examples of a true, traditional, non nonsense boozer in the heart of the city centre. Thankfully, it’s not bad news. It’s not entirely…

Malt Cross to reopen

We were devastated to report last month that the Malt Cross had suddenly closed. But there’s good news today – the YMCA have stepped in to save it. And the even better news is that the cafe bar is set to reopen in the Autumn. “As a charity already so invested in the rich history…

Your guide to NottsTrumps

Just like the slightly more famous card game, our unique Notts Trumps provide you with an at a glance guide to pub facilities and public transport. Please note that Notts Trumps are based on our most recent visit, so are as up to date as possible. However, some aspects – such as Camra discounts and…

The Malt Shovel

1 Union Street, Beeston, Nottinghamshire, NG9 2LU In recent years, Beeston has seen a lot of emerging competition. So it’s good to see the Malt Shovel setting – and keeping – the bar high. Tucked away just off the pedestrianised high street, there are half a dozen handpulls on offer, with a knowledgeable staff. There…

The Hop Pole

Address :  2 High Road, Beeston, Nottingham NG9 4AE We’re just working on this one duck. Come back soon!

About Notts Gots

Since we launched in 2016, NottsNight has evolved into a great website bringing you the very best places to find good beer and a great service. Many pubs fit neatly into one geographical area – but there are some that are so good, they outshine just about everything else around them. That’s why we created…

The Brickyard – Carlton

Address : 1a Standhill Road, Carlton, Nottingham, NG4 1JL Once upon a time, a walk up Carlton Hill would end in the inevitable disappointment of an old estate pub serving nothing better than John Smiths. Or worse still – Worthington Creamflow. But with the arrival of The Brickyard, all that should thankfully be consigned to history….

New brew promises to be a scream

A brand new ale is being launched to celebrate a quarter of a century of Nottingham’s original ghost walk. “Screaming Isabella” is named after one of the legendary tales often told during the weekly guided walks which begin most Saturday nights from Ye Olde Trip To Jersusalem. Nottingham Ghost Walk owner Simon Unsworth says : ““We…

Beer festival pledges outdoor experience – indoors

While most of us have been enjoying the alfresco experience of a lovely beer garden of late, the folk at Camra are already looking forward to mid October for the Robin Hood Beer and Cider Festival. But with the Castle now closed for major renovations, a new venue has been chosen – the Motorpoint Arena….

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NottsNight Trails : Now In Print

NottsNight has been a great success online – but there are times when you don’t want to dick about with your phone to find out where the best pubs are in any given area. So, NottsNight has launched a whole set of printed trails to help you. Inspired by our original NottNight Overground maps, there…

Curious Tavern/Lost Caves

Address : George Street, Hockley, Nottingham, NG1 3BP This isn’t a typical NottsNight venue, and yes, you may find drinks in test tubes served by hipsters wearing unicorn hide aprons. But bear with, because there are signs of redemption. Well, a few. The Curious Tavern is part of a small group of venues in Nottingham whose…

Hockley Trail

Hockley is the beating heart of Nottingham’s weekend party scene, and as such you’ll see dozens of bars vying for custom. So it’s nice to be able to step away from the gimmicks and enjoy some of the area’s more traditional watering holes. You can still find great ale here, and a growing craft beer…