Drinks -Beers (2019)


This year’s main supplier is Baby Bottles!

We are pleased to offer a wide variety of drinks to suit everyone’s tastes with a range of 43 ales, ciders and perries to try on the day.

NEW THIS YEAR: our 44th barrel is a cask lager! If you like it, we’ll carry more next year!

Our Range…

Ossett Brewery:

Yorkshire Brunette 3.7% (New)

Brewed with pale wheat and roasted malts: pale chestnut in colour and of moderate bitterness with aromas of spice and citrus fruit coming from German and Slovenian hops.

Otaga 4.2% (New)

Brewed from pale wheat and caramalt to give a sweetish malty palate. Generously hopped with Rakau Hops from New Zealand.

Pershore Brewery:

Pershore Pale Ale 4.5%

Amber in colour with a delicate flavour and light floral aroma: a refreshing, hoppy taste.

York Brewery:

Yorkshire Terrier 4.2%

Using only UK grown Challenger Hops and a dash of Crystal Malt: fruit and hops dominate the flavour and aroma.

Ring Neck 4.1%

Amber ale, well hopped with classic English Fuggles Hops for a rounded flavour: low to medium sweetness.

The Rat Brewery:

Rat Attack 3.8%

Refreshing amber coloured session bitter. Four generous additions of Cascade Hops result in an intense citrus hop aroma.

Rat in Black 4.5%

A beer with burnt coffee and chocolate malt character. Slightly sweet on the palate; fruity, spicy aroma coming from the English grown Bramling Cross Hops.

Elland Brewery:

Nettle Thrasher 4.4%

Our premium ‘Best Bitter’: a copper coloured flavoursome ale, complex and fruity, made from a combination of six malts complimented with English Challenger and Bramling Cross Hops.

Shepherd Neame:

Spitfire 4.2%

Three Kentish Hops adorn this blood-orange tinted British beer. Hints of marmalade, red grapes, pepper and malts along with a smidgen of spice and raspberry give a mellow fruity taste.

Oakham Ales:

Slovenian Wolf 3.9%

Melon, passionfruit and lemongrass combine in this single hop, pale golden beer showcasing the Styrian Wolf Hop.

Abbeydale Brewery:

Daily Bread 3.8%

Copper coloured beer with malty flavours and a smooth bitter finish. Made with Fuggles Hops.

Riverhead Brewing Company:

Butterley Bitter 3.8%

Light brown in colour and fruity: sweet orange fruit, leafy hops, chewy malts; sweet with a moderately bitter finish.

St Austell Brewery:

Trelawny 3.8%

Copper colour with a robust full body. A blend of English Gelding and South Australian Galaxy Hops which give this beer its distinctive character.


Castle Rock Brewery:

Sleepwalker 3.9%

New Zealand hops Kohatu and Nelson Sauvin; expect notes of subtle grape juice, citrus and stone fruits.

Preservation 4.4%

This is a hugely popular East Midlands ale. A mid-brown, easy-drinking, full-flavoured best bitter.



Bath Ales:



Gem Gold 4.1% (New)

Limited edition from Bath Ales! A citrus finish balances the natural malt flavours for this tasty ale.

Darwin’s Origin 4.3%

A mix of hops from across the world! Crisp, tart and fruity with a malt background.

Fernandes Brewery Tap:

Polaris 3.9%

A golden beer with resinous hoppy grapefruit flavours.

Black Voodoo 5.1%

Black moreish beer with a chocolate, orangey, vanilla flavour coming through.

Our lager trial…

Pheasantry Brewery:


Munich Helles 4.8%

A light, refreshing lager using German hops.

10 thoughts on “Drinks -Beers (2019)

  1. Eugene

    Beer festival not on for very long, 1pm till 4pm!! Shame, not enough time if you like to savour your beers and ciders

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