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New Labels Hit the Shelves

I’m really happy with our new bottles.  Hope you are too. Our bottles have had a revamp with a new design that brings them in line with our pump clips, whilst staying true to the Shipstone’s heritage designs of old, but the beer inside is still the same hand crafted nectar that you’ve been enjoying since we relaunched. One other thing …

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Brand new casks

The beer has gone down so well, we have just taken delivery of some brand new Shipstone’s casks to keep up. Good news is that we also brewed some more Shipstone’s Bitter this week to fill them up.  Find out more about casks on wikipedia:

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Shipstone’s Star – The Search is on!

Shipstone’s Beer Company is calling on the Nottingham public to help seek out and track down an original Shipstone’s horse drawn delivery wagon in an effort to revive the heritage of one of the city’s most famous brands. Dating back to 1852, Shipstone’s has a long history within the city, but production ceased after the sale of the company over …

Shipstone’s is back!

Shipstone’s, one of the best-loved names in Nottingham brewing, is set to return after a 20-year hiatus. The iconic Nottingham brand will once again be stocked in pubs, bars and retail outlets after being bought back by Nottingham-based, Richard Neale, who after working for international drinks company AB-InBev for 16-years, has acquired the rights to the Shipstone’s name. Richard has …