The Wakefield CAMRA crew sample EPA in the brewery yard.
The roof of the brewhouse is "felted" with Gore-Tex, which means that it can breathe.
Wakefield CAMRA Chairman Mark Goodair presents a commemorative certificate to Nottingham Brewery.
copper and cold liquor tank
exterior of brewhouse - note where the new brickwork starts
The Plough Inn at Radford was once a tied house of the original Nottingham Brewery.
brewing vessels on the left and fermenters on the right
walkway for inspection of the fermenters
hot liquor tank, cold liquor tank and copper
Nottingham uses the finest Warminster malt supplemented by coloured malts from Fawcetts of Castleford.
copper, showing heating coils
This board fixed on the side of the Portakabin which forms the admin block, looks like their weekly planner.
cold liquor tank, hot liquor tank and mash tun, plus EPA bottles and our certificate
This cute little fellow is the brewery's guard dog. Fortunately for us he was locked in the brewery van for the duration of our visit.
This guy is one of the brewery partners - Philip Darby
A brew can be conducted by just one person: in all the brewery has four staff.