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Published on August 28th, 2013 | by Nottingham Drinker


Local Brewery News – News From Medieval Brewery

Julia Charlton writes…

It’s been a non-stop couple of months down at Medieval, with the focus of our attention being on – as you might expect – brewing ale for our ever growing list of customers and on organising our first beer festival at the Rose and Crown, Cotgrave.  The latter certainly takes some organising!

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The beer festival featured over 35 ales from both near and far and 10 ciders and thanks must go to the volunteers who helped keep everyone refreshed in the glorious sunshine, Pete and Donita at the Rose and Crown for their untiring support and to all the people that visited – including many new faces – and helped make the event such a success. Judging by the turn out, this seems to be a popular event and hopefully we can make it an annual gathering. Also it seems that the attendees were a thirsty lot, so lesson for next year: order more beer!

However, we don’t stand still as a brewery. Capacity has increased and the festival seemed like the perfect place to launch our latest brew, “Holy Grail” – a 4.8% golden ale with a citrus flavour developing into a strong hoppy burst – and within no time at all it was the first ale to sell out. If you didn’t manage to get your hands on a pint, fear not as like all our beers it’s flying out of the brewery and can be found in our brewery tap The Old Angel and will no doubt be appearing elsewhere in due course. Watch this space for further specials that we are working on….

Here at Medieval Towers we like a pint ourselves (so if you see us out and about come and say hello) but we do like to make sure that there’s enough for everyone! So whether you’re a landlord looking to stock our ale or a beer drinker wishing to see it in your local, get in touch with us at or give us a bell on 0115 837 0859  and we’ll happily sort you out!
Until the next time, good health!

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