White gold in colour with aromas of light bitter lemon, a hint of herbs and a subtle spiciness. A great refreshing beer.
This beer pays homage to our stunning Yorkshire heartland, the inspiration behind everything we brew. This pale ale is full-bodied, well-rounded and slightly sweet on the palate. A generous addition of Mount Hood hops late in the boil result in a delicate fruity aroma.
A citrus dominated India Pale Ale, its immediate impression is soft and smooth yet builds to a crescendo of massive hoppiness accentuated by honey. An enduring, bitter finish.
A light, yet full-flavoured and hazy pale ale with an intense tropical fruit nose. Citrus, stone fruit and resinous notes dance around the palate, giving way to a juicy and mouth-watering finish. Vegan friendly.
Classic English porter dark in colour and soft on the palate. The combination of malts provide complex coffee, liquorice and chocolate notes, resulting in a rich flavour wrapped in a silky smooth finish.
Pale and extremely drinkable with a gentle bitterness and fruity hop at the end. All British hops being showcased at their best!
New Zealand hops pack a punch in this super pale session ale. Grapefruit, lemon and tropical fruits linger to a dry finish.
Our traditional session ale, with a chestnut hue this bitter is pleasing to the eye as well as to the palette; a delightful flavour produced by three varieties of hop.
A purple pale ale hopped with El Dorado and Galaxy.
A juicy and dank pale packed with a trio of US hops. Overripe tropical fruit, a rich mouthfeel and a quick, smooth finish.
Refreshing and hoppy, with low to medium bitterness. It has moderate carbonation, medium body and a smooth, clean finish. With American hops, Centennial and Ekuanot leading the way in this beer, we have also added a British hop, Bramling Cross, as homage to our beautiful surroundings.
Idaho 7 and Columbus early in the boil creates a piney base, bolstered with some big orange and mango fruity flavours up-front from Azacca and more Idaho 7 in the cold side, with Mosaic and Talus for stone fruit and pineapple. An oat-heavy base gives a satisfying body, even at a lower ABV.
Hazy and hoppy New England style session pale brewed to a dangerously drinkable 3.2%.