Tynemill is a British pub chain based in the East Midlands and Yorkshire. It was founded in 1977 by former Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) chairman Chris Holmes. Their first pub was the Old King Arms in Newark. Tynemill has won the "Pub Group of the Year" award in 2002, 2006, and 2008.
They operate several pubs or cafe bar establishments which all have a policy of selling cask beers from regional and local microbreweries. Tynemill also owns and operates the Castle Rock Brewery, a microbrewery located in Nottingham. The Tynemill brand name for the pubs has now been replaced by Castle Rock.
Many of Tynemill's establishments are run as tenancies rather than managed public houses.
Castle Rock Group of Pubs
- Alexandra Hotel, Derby
- Bread and Bitter, Mapperley
- Derby Tup, Whittington Moor, Chesterfield
- Eagle, Boston
- Forest Tavern, Nottingham
- Fox & Crown, Newark
- Golden Eagle, Lincoln
- Kean’s Head, Lace Market, Nottingham
- Lincolnshire Poacher, Nottingham
- New Barrack Tavern, Owlerton, Sheffield
- Newshouse, Nottingham
- Rook and Gaskill, York
- Stratford Haven, West Bridgford, Nottingham
- Vat & Fiddle, Nottingham
- Wetmore Whistle, Burton upon Trent
- Victoria Hotel, Beeston – Hands on Pub Company Ltd
- Reindeer Inn, Hoveringham – Hoveringham Inns Ltd
- Canalhouse, Nottingham – Breakthrough Point Ltd
- Swan in the Rushes, Loughborough – Swan in the Rushes Ltd
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