Guisborough 2017 Beer List

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No.
Beer Brewery ABV Type Description
1 AHTANUMStamps, Liverpool3.9%Pale AleA pale ale with a generous amount of ahtanum hops, dry hopped, with a strong hint of citrus.
2 BLACK CHERRY MILDKissingate, Lower Beeding, West Sussex4.2%MildA full fruit and flavoursome traditional dark mild. Subtle additions of real black cherries and Amarillo hops provide a truly rich and wonderful taste experience leading to a lasting but mild bitterness on the finish.
3 BLACK RUSSIANBrass Castle, Malton, N. Yorks.7.0%PorterA medium bodied, dark brown porter with aromas of roasted malts, chocolate, some caramel and coffee leading to a dry, roasted bitterness on the finish.
4 BLOND MOMENTStamps, Liverpool3.6%BitterA pale coloured beer using predominantly citra hops producing a smooth floral, citrus aroma and flavour. A good session beer.
5 BROWN ALERoundhill, Cowpen Bewley, Co. Durham4.9%Best BitterJust as it should be - Brown colour, off-white foam head and malty earthy aroma. Taste is malty, tangy with slight chocolate and coffee notes. Medium bodied with a dry roasty bitter finish.
6 CLASSIC BITTERHilltop, Conisbrough, S. Yorkshire3.9%BitterA classic Yorkshire bitter, brown in colour with moderate bitterness.
7 CONQUISTADORFranklins, Bexhill, East Sussex5.3%StoutA rich and intense chocolate stout brewed using the finest organic cacao nibs with added bourbon vanilla which combined with the oats gives a smooth sweet stout with a dark chocolate bitterness.
8 DARK ALERoundhill, Cowpen Bewley, Co. Durham5.2%StrongA rich ruby ale with subtle fruit overtones.
9 GOLDQuirky, Garforth, West Yorkshire4.1%GoldenA golden IPA with a citrus flavour and caramel finish. A very easy drinking session beer and one of the brewery's most popular.
10 HONEYHeathen, Hayward\'s Heath, West Sussex5.5%Strong I.P.A.A honeyed West Coast IPA, brewed with four new-world hop varieties. The brewery add locally sourced honey to the boil to create a smooth taste.
11 HOPHEADDark Star, Horsham, West Sussex3.8%BitterAn extremely clean-drinking pale golden ale with a strong floral aroma and elderflower notes from the Cascade hops. This beer is full-bodied and full-flavoured yet gentle enough to make it a favourite session beer.
12 IRONSTONEWainstones, Stokesley, N. Yorks.4.2%Best BitterBrewing comes to the fore with a complex mix of malts, hops and conditioning leading to a classic rich and full of flavour ale with a smooth aftertaste.
13 JETWainstones, Stokesley, N. Yorks.4.5%PorterA full of flavour, dark and deep porter.
14 MANIFESTORevolutions, Castleford, West Yorkshire6.0%StoutA smooth, suave and sophisticated award-winning stout with an aroma of roast chocolate and coffee.
15 MAPLE BLONDEThree Brothers, Stockton-on-Tees4.0%BlondeA straw coloured refreshing beer with a faint maple nose, slightly sweetish with a late floral hint.
16 MAVERICKBrightside, Bury, Lancs4.8%I.P.A.A light amber IPA based on American hops with a weighty rich malty base and punchy citrus hop character. Refreshingly bitter but not overpowering.
17 MILCH WEISSEEyes, Acaster Malbis, Nr. York5.0%Dark Wheat BeerA dark schöps brewed with lactose sugars and six different wheat malts. On the palate, roasted caramel and dark fruits with a creamy mouthfeel backed with an aroma of coffee and tobacco.
18 NIGHTFALLCross Bay, Morecambe, Lancashire 3.8%BitterA sweet, malty, gently hopped bitter with some fruit.
19 OLD ALENaylors, Cross Hills, North Yorkshire 5.9%StrongAn extra long maturation period makes this a very smooth beer with sweet maltiness, balanced by subtle bitterness. Strong but easy drinking.
20 OLD MANLong Man, Litlington, East Sussex4.3%Old AleThis original dark beer has soft malt notes of coffee and chocolate that combine with a pleasant light hoppiness to create a rich, full tasting Old Ale of times gone by.
21 OUR TOWNBrightside, Bury, Lancs4.0%BitterA copper coloured beer brewed with tropical fruit flavoured hops to create maltiness and depth of flavour.
22 OWT`LL DOFive Towns, Wakefield, W Yorks4.6%MildAn easy drinking dark mild with added rum.
23 PARTRIDGEDark Star, Horsham, West Sussex4.0%Best BitterA Best Bitter brewed in a traditional Sussex style using Maris Otter, Crystal and Chocolate malts with East Kent Golding hops and also relying on the heavy handed addition of aromatic hops late in the boil.
24 PLUM PORTERTitanic, Stoke on Trent, Staffs.4.9%PorterThis beer is dark strong and well rounded; the richness of such a rotund beer is brought to an even keel by the late addition of goldings hops and natural plum flavouring. Take the opportunity and go for the low hanging fruit, this sumptuous beer really is a plum!
25 PROSPECTHepworth, North Heath, West Sussex4.5%Pale AleA traditionally brewed pale ale, with an intriguing bitter note, skilfully blended with Sussex grown barley malt to deliver a well balanced natural brew. The organically grown ingredients mature slowly to create a traditional real ale.
26 RYE PALE ALEFramework, Leicester4.2%Pale AleAn unfined rye pale ale using equinox hops. Naturally slightly hazy and suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
27 SAISONLangham, Lodsworth, West Sussex3.9%Belgian FarmhouseBelgian saison yeast gives an amazing banana/clove nose, "super" hopped with a blend of German malts for a fabulous dry finish plus a lovely creamy head. Unfined vegan friendly.
28 SESSION IPA360 Degrees, Uckfield, East Sussex4.3%I.P.A.Brewed with Extra Pale Malt to give a light crisp body, this Session IPA is heavily dry-hopped to produce intense citrus flavours and aromas.
29 SESSION MINI IPABrass Castle, Malton, N. Yorks.3.6%I.P.A.Session I.P.A. is the only way to describe this very drinkable mini hop burst.
30 SPARETarn 51, Altofts, West Yorkshire4.5%American PaleAn American Pale Ale liberally hopped with 5 C's and Mosaic for a dry finish.
31 SUMMAT ELSEFive Towns, Wakefield, W Yorks7.2%Strong I.P.A.A strong I.P.A. with a tropical fruit nose, biscuit malt with gooseberry flavour and a hoppy, maple syrup aftertaste.
32 SUNSET BLONDECross Bay, Morecambe, Lancashire 4.2%Best BitterA sweet and fruity best bitter with a rising bitter finish.
33 TREASURERevolutions, Castleford, West Yorkshire4.5%Best BitterA deep ruby ale made with a variety of dark malts and with a subtle hop flavour.
34 TRIPLE CHAMPION1648, Lewes, East Sussex4.0%BitterA chestnut coloured and deeply flavoured, full bodied, old fashioned traditional English bitter with a rich malty taste.
35 M & S PALETigertops, Wakefield, West Yorks.5.1%BitterNothing to do with Marks & Spencer - Mosaic & Summit hops!
36 WIPA (WEST INDIAN PALE ALE)Downlands, Small Dole, West Sussex6.5%Strong Pale AleA new brew launched at the end of March 2017 that contains sorachi ace, cascade and simcoe hops.


Cider and Perry

No.
Name Producer ABV Type Description
37 SWEET UNIONPure North, Holmfirth, West Yorkshire5.5%CiderA medium sweet Yorkshire cider made from bittersweet cider apples and sweetened with fresh pressed apple juice made from Katy apples. A delicious drink with a full apple flavour.
38 TEMPTED MEDIUM DRYTempted, Lisburn, Northern Ireland5.4%CiderThis cider has a generous proportion of bittersweet cider at its core. Blended with some dessert apple cider and Tempted's own apple juice blend, a complete fulfilling cider ensues. Real depth of flavour and long smooth finish make this a cider not to be missed.
39 OLIVERS PERRYOlivers, Herefordshire6.5%PerryFull on with a rich mouth feel and intensity, this is a well balanced, still, medium-sweet blended perry..
40 VALLEY GOLDPure North, Holmfirth, West Yorks6.0%CiderUsing 100% pressed juice, Valley Gold is a still medium cider single filtered to leave a deep gold colour with strong apple flavours. Refreshingly delicious.




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