Classic rich-flavoured and hoppy quaffing ale, with a distinctive bitterness and some pleasing fruit.
A subtle blend of malt and hops creates an easy drinking smooth ale, fruity hop flavours with a short bitter finish. Named after the wrecked mussel boat that appears at low tide off Ainsdale Beach.
Not called ‘Pride of Pendle’ for nothing, Moorhouse’s best bitter is something rather special. A golden amber ale with an aroma of malty fruit and a delectably dry finish.
Pale brown with a faint malty and fruity aroma. Malt and fruit flavours dominate the taste with a balancing bitterness, making for an easy-drinking beer of deceptive strength.
A perfect Yorkshire bitter - light golden, grassy fresh with a hoppy bite.
A crisp, light, amber ale brewed with the aptly named Admiral hop, which imparts a zesty, spicy nature to the beer. The ingredients also include the famous Gales yeast, which bring soft-fruit flavours to the fore.
Light hop perfume with underlying malt. Easy-drinking copper ale with balance of citrus hops, malt and bitterness, plus hint of sulphur. Bitter finish is slow to develop but long to fade.
A classic pale ale with just a hint of elderflower.
A well-balanced, genuine Yorkshire Bitter, with a full measure of maltiness and hoppy aroma. Boltmaker is first choice for the discerning drinker - on both sides of the Pennines.
Our biggest selling beer, Yorkshire Blonde is a mellow, lager coloured ale. Full-bodied and low in bitterness, there is a delicate malty sweetness on the palate. The fruity hop aroma results from a generous late addition of Mount Hood hops.
Light hoppy session ale, rammed with New Zealand hops and finished with orange zest.