From left to right: Steve Scrimshaw – CAMRA Member; Stephanie Moss-Pearce - Marketing Manager, NET; Ray Kirby – CAMRA Member; Louise Carlin - CAMRA Member; Colin Camidge – CAMRA Member and Rob Witt – Owner, Totally Tapped, pictured outside Totally Tapped on Chilwell Road, one of the new additions to the updated Beer By Tram Guide.
Hop On The Tram For Real Ale
12 August 2017
NET’s newly updated Beer By Tram guide aims to ‘pint’ tram customers in the right direction.

Previously available last summer, the updated pocket-sized guide has been expanded to include new locations, taking the total to 49 pubs specially selected by the Nottingham Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).

The guide provides a short description of each pub along with information on which tram stop to get off at as well as opening times and a list of ales served.

Stephanie Moss-Pearce, Marketing Manager at NET, explained: “The Beer by Tram guide was a huge hit with our customers last year helping them to discover the large number of real ale pubs that are accessible by tram throughout Nottingham and its surrounding suburbs.

“We’re delighted to be launching an updated version that will give real ale lovers a few more stops to visit and discover pubs they may not have been to before.

“The added bonus of taking the tram means that they can leave their car at home and treat themselves to a pint or two, comfortable in the knowledge they’ll have a safe and reliable way of getting back home.”

Ray Kirby, a member of Nottingham CAMRA, added: “The diversity of Nottingham pubs and beer choice has never been better, with new outlets opening all the time.

“Some of those new venues have been included in this update and the tram remains a very convenient way of getting quickly and easily around the area.”

The Beer by Tram guide is now available to pick up for free on the tram and from NET’s travel centre on King Street. It is also available to download here.