We are pleased as punch today as our Out Stout was awarded a bronze in the porters, stouts, old ales and strong milds category at this years SIBA North East regional beer competition held at the The Knavesmire, … Continue reading
To Celebrate 150 years of Yorkshire county cricket… we’ll be showcasing 50+ cask ales and ciders from across Yorkshire. Live Music and Barbecue Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Please click on the link below … Continue reading
The latest addition to our ale collection is ‘Rescue Red’ 3.8% ABV, brewed to support the Holme Valley Mountain Rescue. It’s less malty than our regular Red, with a subtle hoppy aftertaste complimenting the flowery aroma.
The Nook has long nurtured and supported budding artists through open exhibitions, live music and open mic nights. The Holmfirth Arts Festival 2012 is no exception with live music throughout the festivals weekends; and a unique project in Th’owd Towser, … Continue reading
The Holmfirth Festival of Folk is urgently seeking local support to ensure its continued success. The Festival, now in its 7th year, regularly brings a large number of visitors to the town. The event is a big date on the … Continue reading
The Nook’s Summer Beer Festival: August Bank Holiday weekend. Showcasing 50+ cellar cooled real ales and ciders; featuring beers from 17 different breweries (including the fabulous Nook Brewhouse) from East, South and West Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Cheshire, West Midlands, Lancashire … Continue reading
Why do you love The Nook? Is it the great choice of home-brewed ales? Or our beer festivals? Or simply just the atmosphere? Tell us why and vote for The Nook Holmfirth for Yorkshire’s Favourite Pub 2012!
J Brindon Addy Butchers, of Hade Edge, Holmfirth, has won two gold awards in a national product evaluation event. One fell to Addy’s Nookie Pie, a steak and ale pie made with locally brewed Nook Oat Stout from The Nook … Continue reading
From the 29th March to 1st April was the first ‘Madchester Beer Festival’! The spring beer festival had its own theme with over 40 cellar cooled real ales from around the Manchester and Lancashire area, including, of course, a full range … Continue reading