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session pale ale
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....
Juicy and Refreshing Session Ale, that's light and easy drinking, but with a big dry hopped kick of tropical and citrus note from classic and experimental US hops.
Hopped with 3 varieties of new world hops, set against a malt backbone of 5 different malts Maris the Otter is a complex modern take on English Bitter. Named in homage to both Maris Otter, the most supreme of brewing grains, which celebrates its 50th birthday in the launch year of Brew York (2016)...
Southpaw is disarmingly punchy. An amber ale with a mouthful of malt and hops, it comes out with fruit, citrus and refreshing balance, backed up by a corner of bitterness.
Complex malt characters of biscuit and honey, finished with a crisp and fruity hop flavour. Depth, body and bite befitting the local giant from which it takes its name.
Kernel's trademark pale ale, showcasing a veritable fruit salad of international hop varieties
Rapture is our full bodied, heavenly hoppy red beer. 5 types of malt and 6 types of hops make for a truly elating experience. Uplifting aromas of grapefruit and pine, combine with a pithy orange and pronounced citrus flavour which is balanced against a deeply rich and malty body. A satisfyingly dry...
This session bitter leads with an initial citrus aroma that eventually gives way to a full palate and a dry, bitter finish.
A wholesome, traditional, bracing bitter, Rumpy Pumpy is brewed with premium malted barley from Dorset and Devon and hops from the best growers in Kent and Worcestershire. It is a full-bodied bitter with a clean hoppy finish. All in the best possible taste!
Saltaire's interpretation of the classic best bitter style, a softly nutty malt base enhanced with Cahllenger, Bramling Cross and Cascade hops.
A big, nutty classic English ale, with plenty of biscuity malt and spicy hop character
An exceptionally satisfying and full bodied beer with the same big hop hit expected from the more muscular Pale Ales. It is vibrant with citrus, tropical fruit and berry flavours meandering to a gentle bitter finish.