Merrie City, Wakefield, Atlantic Hop, 4%
Kindly sponsored by Braithwaites Garage
Brewed using the ever popular Amarillo hop from across the water and mixed with the ever-reliable British Bramling Cross hop to form this fantastic session craft cask ale. This pale amber craft ale has a fresh, citrus aroma and a tropical, fruity taste, whilst the unique blend of hops leave a bitter-sweet aftertaste on the tongue.
Pheonix Brewery, Manchester, Sticky Wicket, 4.5%
Kindly sponsored by Mr. Timothy Sykes
A rich fulsome light amber beer with a great depth of character.
Brecon Brewery, Breconshire, Red Beacons, 5%
Kindly sponsored by Beacon Fire Protection
A red hued proper IPA, full bodied with a generous balance of hops, giving a complex aroma and pleasing flavour.
Highhouse Farm Brewery, Northumberland, Auld Hemp, 3.8%
Kindly sponsored by Howtown Hotel
The first beer brewed at High House Farm is this fine amber coloured traditional bitter with a fresh malty aroma. It is a true session beer that delivers a highly rewarding drink. Because it is, “The Original” High House Farm beer it has a unique and unmistakable flavour all of its own.
Sonnet 43, Durham, Abolition Ale, 3.8%
Kindly sponsored by Atkinson’s Electrical Contractors
Abolition delivers a full bodied malty sweetness combined with an earthy aroma and mid-bitter finish from British hops.
Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Hawkshead, Esthwaite Bitter, 3.8%
Kindly sponsored by Dockray Hall
A Golden Bitter at 3.8% with a distinctive flavour from the combination of Malts and Floral Citrus Hop.