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BREWHOUSE & KITCHEN – NOTTINGHAM TEAM

Opening Times

Monday - Thursday
11:00 - 23:00

Friday
11:00 - 1:00

Saturday
9:00 - 1:00

Sunday
9:00 - 23:00

Food Served

Monday - Saturday
12:00 - 23:00

Sunday
12:00 - 22:00

Address

 

Trent Bridge

Nottingham

NG2 2GS

T: 0115 986 7960

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Welcome to Brewhouse & Kitchen – Nottingham

We’re a bit different from your traditional pub – we brew our own, unique craft beers on-site in our brew-tiful microbrewery! As well as matching every dish on our menu to a style of beer we also love cooking with beer –so be sure to keep an eye out for recipes that make use of the beers we brew!

We’re pleased to welcome well behaved children, dogs and adults at Brewhouse & Kitchen 🙂

If you are planning a wedding, birthday or other large event then please do not hesitate to get in touch with The Riverside Gallery, our top floor, on: nottinghamevents@brewhouseandkitchen.com

 

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Brewhouse and Kitchen brews. Brewed right here on-site in our microbrewery!

Constable

3.6%
English Style Ale

Traditional, Caramel, Bitter  An easy drinking, traditional session bitter, brewed with lots of crystal malt for caramel flavour and extra body and balanced with the finest British hops. Constable – in tribute to this building once being the station for the local police force, our house bitter is a beautiful copper coloured English Style Ale, which would have been loved by the many Constables who have graced this building.

1899

4.4%
English Style Ale

Light, Refreshing, Hoppy – The hop aroma is moderately high but with a low malt character, biscuit flavour and a medium dry finish. 1899 was the auspicious year that Trent Bridge hosted its first Test Match, England v’s Australia. Widely known as one of the finest grounds in the world its fitting that we name our single hop pale ale in its honour – which aspires to use only the ‘finest’ of English hops.

Tricky Tree

5.5%
IPA - Traditional IPA

Bitter, Citrusy, Hoppy – Large amounts of hops deliver an intense piney and citrusy aroma and flavour in a bitter, easy drinking Pale Ale. 1898 was an interesting year, not only did it see massive changes in brewing as India Pale Ale became one of the most popular beers of the time, but it was also the year our neighbour Nottingham Forest FC whose lesser known nick name is that of Tricky Trees, played their 1st game at City Ground, West Bridgford. Looks like not much has changed in 100+ years!

Street Block

4.7%
American Style Ale

Amber, Dry, Aromatic – Amber in colour, dry, bitter finish with plenty of spicy, aromatic hops. In a bizarre attempt to keep West Bridgford from being considered an ‘urbanised’ area, the town planners of the Victorian era changed all ‘streets’ to ‘roads’- theoretically a road is ‘a route to connect two places that has been paved to allow transport’, in contrast to a ‘street’ which is a road that facilitates public interaction (you know the type of things; houses, shops, bars and restaurants…..)

Talladega Pale

4.8%
American Pale Ale (Keg)

Malty, Aromatic,Hoppy – A simple pale ale with loads of piney, grapefruity hops. Enjoy a pint of this simple Pale Ale with truckloads of piney, grapefruity American hops and raise a refreshing glass to our American cousins – you could almost believe you were in a brewpub in Nottingham, in Talladega, Alabama USA!

Bolero

5.5%
Belgian Style Ale

Aromatic, Fruity, Yeasty – Aromatic with fruity, peppery and hoppy characteristics; low in malt character with a dry finish. As Nottingham’s Torvill & Dean took their place in the hearts of the British public during the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, when they won gold with their ‘highest scoring figure skaters of all time’ performance, Ravel’s Bolero was their choice of music – a fitting tribute to our golden-hued Belgian Blond ale.

Noisy Call

5.0%
IPA - Black IPA

Black, Hoppy, Bitter – A modern twist on the popular classic. We chuck in a load of American hops for an intensely hoppy and bitter ale with just enough black malt to give it its dark colour. In tribute to our footballing neighbour Notts. County FC we’ve brewed this amazing Black IPA – we’re sure the Magpies would put out a ‘noisy call’ as approval of its smooth dark body and dry, bitter end notes!

Big Grin

4.3%
Wheat Beer - Witbier

Cloudy, Refreshing, Citrusy  – In tribute to Nottingham-raised Dudley Watkins whose artistic prowess in cartooning and illustration provided decades of laughter and entertainment to fans of the weekly comics Beano, Dandy, Topper and many more, we’ve named our refreshing, citrusy, Witbier ‘Big Grin’ in both his honour and that of the celebrated ‘Cartoon’ summer annual festival.

Calaboose

4.9%
Lager - Cask Pilsner

Dry, Malty, Spicy – Unpasteurised unfiltered pilsner. A hazy straw coloured lager, with a light malty character and a touch of spice from the German hops. The perfect name for our Cask Pils which is conditioned in the cask and stored, until the sharp hop character and flavour is fully developed, in our cellar – formally the location of the cells or ‘calaboose’ when our lovely pub was once a police station!  

Knight Light

5.6%
Stouts & Porters

Dark, Chocolatey, Malty – Around the similar time to when Porter beer was being adapted to be aged at the brewery and sent out ready to be drunk, rather than being aged by the publican in his cellar, another amazing adaptation was bestowed on the people of Britain – Ex-Nottingham scholar J P Knight, in a bid to curb the number of accidents involving motor vehicles, adapted his knowledge of railway signalling to create something to help manage road traffic – the result was the very first traffic light!

Racer

5.0%
English Style Ale -Single Hop Pale Ale

Malty, Earthy, Herbal –  Bikes are as synonymous with Nottingham as fresh hops are to a great English Style Harvest Ale, so in tribute to the world-famous bicycle factory Raleigh, we’ve named our own Harvest ale after one of the company’s most iconic cycles, the exhilarating ‘Raleigh Racer’ the road racing bike of the 1980s

Video Star

5.0%
Stouts & Porters

Dark, Coffee, Smoky Enjoy a glass of our dark malt, Smoked Porter and toast the innovation of Nottingham’s electronic geniuses ‘Norman Rutherford and Michael Turner, who during the 1960s were the first to develop a domestic video recorder! With many inventions to follow, business thrived, and the pair fittingly moved their expanding company to an Old Malt House in East Bridgford.

Academy

Brewery
Experience Day

Spend a day learning how to brew beer in our microbrewery with our Head Brewer: Breakfast, Lunch, ample beer tasting and a 5 litre mini keg to take home all included… sound like fun? Click the link to find out more!

Beer
Masterclass

Sample 8 different beers (some of which are brewed right on-site in our microbrewery) under the guidance of one of our in-house beer experts. Nibbles and the option to add a B&K burger to finish included!

Functions

Get the party poppers out, its time to celebrate!

At Brewhouse & Kitchen we’ll bend over backwards to deliver the BEST. PARTY. EVER.

We’ll have everything covered so you can relax and enjoy while we take care of everything else!

Take a look at the various areas on offer (and be sure to check out the party menu too) -give us and idea of what you’re looking for and we’ll get in touch to talk it through and start planning!

Can’t find what you’re after? Just get in touch and we’ll look at putting together a bespoke plan just for you!

The Riverside Gallery

Standing: 150

The Riverside Gallery

Our stunning exclusive events venue is situated on the leafy embankment of The River Trent, with our idyllic riverside setting, exquisite menu selections and exceptional service making your event extra special.

Our multi use events space can be used for a number of different events including

Weddings

Private Parties

Children’s Parties

Meetings and Conferences

For more information please click here or get in touch with one of our dedicated events team.

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