An easy drinking, highly flavoursome pale ale with an aroma which carries through to the finish from a combination of Fuggles, Willamette and Styrian Bobek hops.
Crisp, gold ale with striking hop profile. Dry and refreshing with long balanced aromatic finish.
Award winning, clean, pale, crisp and refreshing. Brewed using the ever popular Citra hop.
This award winning, very pale brilliant blonde beer has citrus and summer fruit aromas making it an extremely refreshing ale.
Bitter with a faint flowery aroma and a moderately fruity, malty taste. The finish is long but pleasantly bitter with some sweetness and dryness.
A light mild with a delicate balance of subtle flavours. An easy drinking beer with light floral notes and a smooth, creamy body.
An incresingly dry, hoppy, bitter finish complements the spicy, citrus character of this full-flavoured and well balanced amber beer.
Pale premium beer balancing hints of sweetness and bitterness with full hop aroma. Pleasant grapefruit traces may be detected.
Pale Ale dry-hopped with Chinook and Mosaic, with Mosaic leaf at flame out for aroma.
With a pump clip that takes inspiration from an original Blanco polish tin, made in the factory where The Sheffield Brewery Company now resides, this delicious continental blonde is brewed entirely from lager malt and delicately flavoured with aromatic Saaz hops from Czech Republic is blonde and beautiful.
We’ve set out to prove that an easy drinking, everyday beer can still be special. Layers of US hops are set against a backbone of British malts, so what this beer lacks in strength, it makes up for in character. Look out for fresh flavours and aromas of pine, peach, lychee & citrus fruits, tempered by a smoothly rounded bitterness to leave you wanting more.
Session IPA dry-hopped with falconers flight, a light body and citrus aroma makes a very drinkable beer.
A French style blonde beer brewed with Alsace Strisselspalt hops and continental malts to give a smooth body and a hop fragrance. Timothy Taylor's at its best. Originally brewed for Le Tour de France and repeated for the Tour de Yorkshire.