A tawny best bitter, with a full bodied malt backbone bablanced by delicate citrus notes and a clean bitter finish. This may surprise those who automatically look to new-world hops for flavour…
Arbor's take on the traditional but little-brewed oyster stout. Smooth, easy drinking stout with a savoury note to the finish.
A classic Yorkshire ale. Bright hoppy nose, hints of orange zest, a full flavoured fairly dry palate, and a spritzy finish.
Excellent, full-flavoured ale from the Yorkshire brewery, brewed to celebrate the famed Monty Python comedy series. Tempered over burning witches....
The Yorkshire Square is actually a slate fermenting vessel used in the north of England for centuries. The beer has a lasting, clinging head with a strong smell of red fruit, currants and berries. While the fruity, sweet malt body is very much in evidence, there is plenty of hoppy bitterness to...
Copper-coloured seasonal beer, with notes of dried fruit, caramel, chocoalte and spice on the nose, and a long, slightly sweet and spicy finish
American Pale Ale with a big hop character, achieved by adding hops continuously during the boil, and again during conditioning (dry hopping) to give a really fresh aromatic boost. This beer is mainly about the hops, but has a nice a malt backbone to balance the beautiful tropical fruit aromas.
An amber coloured Best Bitter with a well-balanced flavour. An excellent mid-gravity session ale brewed to suit the discerning drinkers’ palate.
A re-vamped verion of their Challenger IPA, slightly more malt-driven, but with a nice hop character in the finish.
Deep amber with cinder toffee and navel oranges flavours. Full and rich.
Golden in colour, this dry, clean tasting and aromatic ale makes the ultimate thirst quencher. Made in the modern style using the latest aromatic hops, Cloister is in the mode of a Durham "White Beer".
An old fashioned English dark strong bitter. Based on an original 1937 recipe, this ruby coloured beer balances generous quantities of Goldings hops with luscious dark malt.
This is a very rich, golden, original style IPA. Despite being strong, this beer is not too sweet, but has a luscious malty base over which a complex bitterness makes balancing, thirst quenching properties.
Delicious hoppy Yorkshire ale, very well balanced, hints of orangey hop in the nose and the crisp finish.
Wonderful dark hoppy beer, balanced with a little malt sweetness. Hints of spice and citrus in the finish.
A rich, nut brown ale. Everything that is great about traditional Yorkshire bitter, fused with Ilkley Brewery’s unique hop character.
Kernel's trademark pale ale, using Simcoe Pacifica and Cascade hop varieties.
Dark fruit abounds in this dark mild, alongside toffee notes. It follows on with a bitterness which provides a clean finish to those sweeter flavours.
This is the untraditional Best Bitter, done the Moor way with extra flavour. Stripped down and uncompromising.
A light golden beer, soft, crisp and bitter-sweet flavours.
This ale probably sits most comfortably between bitter and mild in classification. A complex session ale well worth seeking out.