Dom is a big fan of Brewery Tours and wherever possible does the Navigation Brewery Tour personally, he likes to talk beer!
Chris is known to many and has worked in the wholesale as well as brewing trade for over 20 years. He emphasises working with great care, pride and passion to produce the finest ales available and understand the needs of the licensee and their customers in producing high quality cask ales.
After many years as Beer Seller Regional Sales Manager he became HB Clark’s Brewery and Cask manager before taking the leap to establish Navigation Brewery
GNI is one of the Nottingham’s leading and local independent pub groups that includes The Monkey Tree, The Cross Keys, The Southbank, The Approach, Trent Navigation and Copper. GNI was originally established in 1988 at The Fellows Morton and Clayton (including its own micro brewery) and despite deciding to hand that venue back to the Pub Co in 2009 they have gone from strength to strength. GNI has long been a supporter of cask ales and the real ale movement in the form of CAMRA and Locale schemes. Now fully established as a major force for real beer drinkers Navigation Ales can be found throughout their pubs along with dozens of guest ales from all over the UK.
Here at Navigation Brewery we have a dedicated team working to ensure or cask ales and customer service are of the highest quality. We’re members of SIBA (DDS) and support CAMRA, The Robin Hood Beer Festival and Locale, here’s a nice pic of everyone on the steps of the old stable block.