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Peru and Proud

Sue & Dave came to see us at the beer festival in October, bought one of our hoody’s and then told us all about a trip they had planned to Peru. They sent in these fantastic pictures, looks like an amazing trip and so great to see Shipstone’s at Machu Picchu. Thank you so much for sending them in.  Why …

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You can help in the hunt for heritage

We are looking out for Shipstone’s artefacts like old wooden barrels, wooden bottle crates or brewing equipment. Our aim is to preserve brewing heritage worth handing down, and one day to set up a place where the people of Nottingham and tourists can learn about the success and uniquely delicious flavours that  Email us if you know of any artefacts that …

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 …