The Food Beer and Cheese tasting session, hosted by the School of Artisan Food will be on during the 19th of May, 30th of June, 4th of August, 8th September, 13th October and 10th of November 2019.
The nutty and caramel aroma found in both aged cheese and stouts to the relationship between barley and famous blues, every person gets to discover a mouth-watering combination during their workshop and tasting session.
Nottingham’s Beer and Cider Festival returns to the Motorpoint Arena next month, from 9th to 12th October. With over a thousand different real ales to choose from, Nottingham’s festival has more draught real ales than any other beer festival in the world!
Nottingham’s Food and Drink Festival is nearly upon us, promising to be bigger and better than ever before! On 10th and 11th August, Nottingham’s Wollaton Park will be transformed into every foodie’s dream with all manner of food and drink, not to mention some spectacular live entertainment and activities!
With over eighteen progressive draught beers and a hundred bottle offerings, this pub is the perfect hop in den. The Brewdog Punk IPA and the Brewdog Deadpony are just few of their brews that you have to try.
BOOK a night at the Nottingham Mercure, minutes away from the Brewdog and lots of other interesting places to visit.
Trip Advisor has named the best fine dining spots in the world - and a restaurant in Nottingham has nabbed fourth place. Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel is just moments away.
Festival of Food and Drink offers great food, the fabulous producers behind the brands, award winners, special guests, exciting traders, delicious dishes to try from fantastic Street Food, Pop Up’s, cafés, bars, cocktails and much more!
Nottingham’s newest bar is cool, in all senses of the word. Located within The Mercure Hotel Nottingham. It’s so cool, deep underground in medieval caves, that revellers might need a faux fur throw from the trunk in the corner to keep cosy Located eight metres beneath the streets of Hockley, the Lost Caves are a new £50,000 addition to the city’s vibrant bar scene.
The Curious Tavern, is situated in Nottingham's oldest hotel, constructed in 1822, and formerly known as "The George". The tavern is part of an establishment steeped in history.