Stockton 2019 Beer List

Provisional - still subject to additions and changes.


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No.
Beer Brewery ABV Type Description
1 6TH SHADE OF PALE (PINK GRAPEFRUIT)Lost Industry, Sheffield, South Yorkshire4.6%SpecialityA sessionable pale ale with fresh pink grapefruit in the cask.
2 ALTOFTS BLONDETarn 51, Altofts, West Yorkshire4.0%GoldenAn easy-drinking blonde ale brewed with UK First Gold hops.
3 BAGNALL BROS.Little Eaton, Derby4.2%BitterAn amber coloured ale with a fruity hoppiness and slightly sweet, malty aroma.
4 BASTION PALE ALEFerry Ales, Fiskerton, Lincolnshire3.9%Pale AleThis English Pale Ale is pale copper in colour and has a balanced malt and hop profile giving a bitter sweet taste with some fruit and biscuit flavours. The Lincolnshire "Bastion in the Air" project aims to promote the first World War aviation heritage of the county.
5 BILLA'S BITTERRoundhill, Cowpen Bewley, Co. Durham3.6%BitterA copper coloured session ale, triple hopped with Goldings and Bobek to give a pleasant hoppy aroma with a subtle, spicy, sweet and honey like taste. Named after the first people to settle in the brewery's hometown.
6 BLACK LACE MILK STOUTTom Herrick's, Newark, Nottinghamshire4.2%StoutRoasted coffee and dark chocolate notes with a bittersweet aftertaste and smooth, well-rounded mouthfeel.
7 BLACK PRINCEWantsum, St Nicholas at Wade, Kent3.9%MildA rich and full bodied Kent mild, smooth on the palate with subtle hop notes named after the eldest son of Edward III who was married to Joan of Kent and buried in Canterbury Cathedral.
8 BRAKEMANHeadstocks, Boughton, Nottinghamshire4.0%Best BitterNamed after the person employed to work the winding machine at a coal mine, this amber coloured traditional best bitter has subtle caramel and nutty undertones.
9 BUDDHA THE STOUTWhite Rose, Mexborough, South Yorkshire4.8% StoutA rich, slight roast coffee aroma with bitter chocolate notes. Rich and fruity on the palate leading to some dryness and bitterness in a crisp, toasty finish.
10 BUNKER 241Taylor Illingworth, Middlesbrough5.0%IPAA medium bodied super ekuanot hopped IPA with plenty of lasting mouthfeel and tropical fruit flavours.
11 BUTTERMUCHLincoln Green, Nottingham5.5%SpecialityA butterscotch ale. Sweet? Bitter? Butterscotch sweetness is balanced by hop bitterness in this moreish smooth dark ale.
12 CHAFFFarm Yard, Cockerham, Lancashire4.7%IPADancing between the pale ale and the IPA styles with an approachable ABV and a stupid amount of hops, make this a sessionable, yet aromatically flamboyant beer. Let the new world hops have a party with your senses.
13 CHERRY CHERRY NICELincolnshire, Langworth, Lincolnshire5.0%Speciality A rich full-bodied sweet stout infused with cherries complementing the milky sweet mouthfeel.
14 CLAVIEWindswept, Lossiemouth, Moray, Scotland 5.5%Smoked PorterBeechwood smoked malt gives a subtle smoky character. Expect aromas of dark sugar and stone fruits. Deliciously balanced and smooth on the mouth with a warming lingering smoky finish.
15 COWPEN PALERoundhill, Cowpen Bewley, Co. Durham3.8%Pale AleA golden session ale brewed with Cascade, Columbus and Summit hops. This ale has a punchy hoppiness, deep aroma and a spicy, citrus back note.
16 DAKOTA REDVOG, Barry, South Wales5.4%Strong IPAFull bodied American style red IPA, backed up by heavy late hopping from American favourites, Cascade and Chinook.
17 DISTURBING THE DISTRACTEDWilde Child, Leeds, West Yorkshire5.0%IPANamed so as to disturb those who have been distracted by the copious amounts of New World hops that have flooded the industry in recent years, this vegan friendly, souped-up English IPA is brewed in order to pay homage to the Great British hop but with the brewery's own twist in the way of heavy dry hopping. There is around 15g of hops per litre of beer and a delightful 5 malt grain bill including oats, wheat, and a touch of Vienna to give a warming orange hue to the liquid.
18 DUALISMChin Chin, South Elmsall, West Yorkshire4.3%Pale AleA pale ale, dual hopped with centennial and ekuanot giving moderate bitterness with citrus and tropical notes.
19 EVEN DROPSaints Row, Stockton-on-Tees5.5%StoutVanilla and chocolate flavours with a velvety body. Subtle bourbon, noticeable roast and balanced bitterness.
20 EXTRA HOPPED SESSION PALEAnthology, Leeds3.6%Pale AleA low ABV session beer packed full of citrus, grapefruit and pine characteristics from a healthy dry hop addition of Citra and Chinook. Unfined, naturally hazy and suitable for vegans.
21 FAT FINGERSHops & Dots, Middlesbrough5.1%WheatAn unfined double dry-hopped India Pale Wheat Ale with a `Fat` full-on flavour and packed with hops and wheat. Wrap your fingers around it.
22 FENMAN BITTER8 Sail, Sleaford, Lincolnshire4.1%BitterA traditional amber bitter with well-balanced flavours from the English malts and hops.
23 FINAL FURLONGAscot, Camberley, Surrey4.2%Best BitterThe brewery's flagship bitter pours a rich copper colour with a sweet malt taste and toffee notes. Perfectly balanced with the hops providing a sharp bitterness and a strong citrus and tropical fruit aroma.
24 FLUMMOXED FARMERAinsty, York4.0%Pale AleA light blonde ale with a grapefruit and tropical nose, giving a refreshing and slightly hoppy, dry finish.
25 FOUNDERSJW Lees, Manchester4.5%Best BitterAn extra special bitter named in honour of John Lees the founder of the brewery in 1828. A well-balanced and full-bodied premium bitter, with a nutty finish. The recipe makes use of ale and crystal malt, and Pilgrim and Golding hops. The result is a beer with nothing held back, fit for the good man himself.
26 FRAGILE XSpotlight, Goole, East Yorkshire5.8%PorterA slightly smoked porter with a well-crafted selection of malt in the recipe including oak smoked malt, Maris Otter, chocolate malt, brown malt, flaked oats and some crystal malt with a use of Magnum at the start of the boil to provide a small amount of bitterness, then a small amount of East Kent Goldings for a subtle hop aroma.
27 GLUCOSE GUARDIANSaints Row, Stockton-on-Tees5.0%IPADouble dry hopped giving superb aromas. Cloudy and full of fruity, citrusy, resinous notes from American hops.
28 HENRY SMITH BEST BITTERHenry Smith, Pontefract, West Yorkshire4.0%Best BitterA Yorkshire bitter made with local ingredients and English hops, featuring the Henry Smith signature of oats in the mash for body.
29 HOARDERNomadic, Leeds, West Yorkshire5.1%StrongA hazelnut brown ale. Smooth and subtle nut flavours from the malts combine with hazelnut and UK hops to make this wonderfully tasty beer.
30 HONEY ALEFat Cat, Norwich, Norfolk4.3%SpecialityA golden coloured ale with a new and improved recipe, combining the full flavour of English pale and crystal malts with natural Norfolk honey, giving a sweetish, yet full-flavoured ale.
31 HOPICAL STORMThree Brothers, Stockton-on-Tees5.3%IPAA juicy tropical IPA packed with flavour and a low bitter double dry hop finish.
32 HORSFORTH PALEHorsforth, Horsforth, Leeds4.5%Pale AleUnfined and naturally hazy with a light sweet flavour, mild bitterness and fruit flavours.
33 JAZZRedscar, Redcar4.0%Pale AleA light session beer using the finest Vienna and Optic pale ale malts. Delicately hopped with three classic hops.
34 KILNGloucester, Gloucester3.9%Pale AleA session pale ale, loaded up with juicy New World hops.
35 KLONDIKENightjar, Mytholmroyd, West Yorkshire4.2%GoldenA modern golden session bitter with fresh fruit notes delivered from Columbus, Amarillo & Magnum hops.
36 KRUBERAHollow Stone, Nottingham5.2%StoutBrewed with roasted barley and chocolate malt then blended with mocha coffee and blueberries.
37 LAMP ROOMOutgang, Fitzwilliam, West Yorkshire3.9%GoldenA pure brew blonde ale - water... malts ... hops...yeast... That's All !
38 MARQUEERevolutions, Castleford, West Yorkshire5.4%Strong IPAA rich, golden coloured IPA well hopped with four juicy American hop varieties.
39 MATCH DAYTaylor Illingworth, Middlesbrough4.0%Pale AleA light bodied UK hopped pale with smooth notes of blackcurrant and forest fruits from jester hops.
40 MONEYPENNYCrafty Monkey, Elwick, Hartlepool4.0%Pale AleA light coloured and full bodied English Pale Ale. A well-balanced and easy drinking beer.
41 MR. 60%Fixed Wheel, Halesowen, West Midlands4.3%IPAA complimentary mixture of American hops crank up the juice in this super pale IPA. The abundance of citrus and papaya aromas sit pleasantly on the nose leaving you feeling utterly refreshed with its super sweet finish.
42 MURKY MATTERSBeermats, Newark, Nottinghamshire7.5%Strong StoutA regal imperial stout filled with intense flavours and dark fruit and roasty, burnt sensations.
43 NIKEMilton, Waterbeach near Cambridge4.7%Best BitterA ruby ale with a delicate balance between maltiness and hops make this dark ruby ale a distinctive and quaffable pint.
44 NO SHIRT NO SHOES NO DICEManchester, Manchester3.8%BitterA bone dry, classic West Coast pale with stacks of Mosaic hops added late for huge fruit aromas.
45 NOTTING HILL STOUTMoncada, Dollis Hill, London5.0%StoutAn oatmeal stout with a dark and velvety taste and a well-defined roasted flavour.
46 OATY DOKEYHops & Dots, Middlesbrough6.0%Strong IPAA smooth, unfined IPA with a good body due to the high amount of Oats added to the mash. Dry hopped with Simcoe, Equinox and US Cascade.
47 OLD SEA DOGCamerons, Hartlepool4.3%Brown AleA classic North East brown ale recipe with the addition of Amarillo hops to give it a lovely peach hop aroma and flavour.
48 ONE FOR SORROWMagpie, Nottingham4.8%StoutA special chocolate orange edition of the brewery's silky smooth oatmeal stout, full of rich roast, bonfire toffee, raisin and coffee flavours.
49 ORIGINALShipstones, Nottingham3.8%BitterThe brewery's best selling cask ale and a true English session ale with an enticing aroma of resinous hop and sweet roasted malt, the flavour being a balanced blend of succulent dried fruit, lightly roasted malt and a subtle yet assertive bitterness leading to a dry and refreshing finish.
50 PERRY STREET PALEIron Pier, Gravesend, Kent3.7%Pale AleBrewed with Amarillo, Centennial and Simcoe to give a juicy orange rind and grapefruit aroma. A refreshing, light-bodied session pale ale with tones of fruit and a smooth bitterness.
51 PIERRedscar, Redcar4.5%BitterA dark full bodied ale made with dark crystal and black malts, creating rich fruity flavours with a satisfying warmness. The bitter balance is obtained using pilgrim hops.
52 PIRATETwisted, Westbury, Wiltshire4.2%Best BitterA classic English best bitter with a malt base of caramel and coffee, finished with a clean citrus taste.
53 PLUM PORTERHilltop, Conisbrough, S. Yorkshire4.7%PorterA dark brown, fruity, plummy porter with a creamy head and rich, dark roasted malts on the palate.
54 RAVENSt Peter's, St Peter South Elmham, Suffolk4.6%PorterA smooth porter with a variety of flavours including liquorice, caramelised toffee and treacle. Brewed with a blend of coloured malts, Raven is well balanced with bags of personality!
55 RHEINLAND LAGERCamerons, Hartlepool6.5%LagerLager style beer brewed with only the finest continental hops and matured to produce a smooth fruity aroma and flavour. "REAL" lager for the connoisseur to enjoy.
56 ROCK YOUR SOCKS OFFCamerons, Hartlepool7.0%StrongA mahogany coloured, strong winter ale. The aroma is of roasted malt , with fruity overtones. A full warming flavour of fruit, malt and hops with a lingering finish.
57 ROCKETEERBluestone, Newport, Pembrokeshire4.6%BitterA traditional chestnut coloured full bodied bitter with a rich malty base, hopped with Bramling Cross, Fuggles and Challenger hops.
58 RUBY RUBY RUBY RUBYCrafty Monkey, Elwick, Hartlepool4.5%BitterInitially a malty roasted caramel taste which then combines with the English hops bitterness to give a beautifully balanced and well-rounded taste experience.
59 RUFUSCrooked, Church Fenton, North Yorkshire4.8%Best BitterA hoppy red ale with a blend of traditional and modern. Maris Otter, Crystal, Carared and Roasted Barley create the base while Northern Brewer, Wakatu, Cascade and Citra hops bring the spring.
60 SCRUM DOGGun Dog, Daventry, Northamptonshire4.0%BitterAn amber coloured beer brewed especially for rugby and sports fans alike. Its refreshing, fruity taste comes from packing in a squad of quality English hops. So give it a try and support a real winner.
61 SEA COALCamerons, Hartlepool4.1%StoutA delicious milk stout base with the addition of cocoa nibs for a truly decadent sweet and rich chocolate stout. The initial sweet flavour ends with an almost roasted coffee taste. Sea-coaling has been a part of life in Hartlepool for centuries, and is made possible by the tides, which erode coal from the bed of the North Sea, which is then washed up on the beach every day. Each man can harvest more than a tonne of coal each day, which is then sold on to power plants to produce energy.
62 SMALL SCHOPSEyes, Bradford, West Yorkshire4.3%Wheat A collaboration brew between Eyes and Framework brewery of Leicester, this traditional Polish dark wheat beer has an intense dark chocolate European malt wheat flavour and a bitter roasted finish which is complemented by the spiciness of quality Polish hops.
63 SMOKED BOURBON PORTERThree Brothers, Stockton-on-Tees5.8% PorterA complex craft porter made with smoked and roasted malts and a light finish of American bourbon.
64 THOMAS LIFTLangton, Market Harborough, Leicestershire4.4%BitterNamed after a device that could transfer four narrow boats at any one time thereby avoiding the flight of ten Foxton Locks, this luscious, full-bodied brew has a generous addition of caramel malts defining this deep chestnut ale. A sweetness on the palate results, which is offset by pine and citrus flavour notes.
65 TOMB OF JUICEPentrich, Pentrich, Derbyshire5.0%PorterA smooth and sessionable porter that has been dry hopped with a mighty dose of US and NZ hops providing juicy citrus flavours and resinous pine notes over the top of the subtle chocolate and roast qualities of the base porter.
66 TOP BEER BLONDBilbrough Top, Bilbrough, near York3.9%Pale AleA refreshing crisp bitter with citrus aromas.
67 TWELFTH MANManning, Congleton, Cheshire4.0%BitterThis ruby bitter will bowl you over with its rich mouthfeel and lasting off white head.
68 WHITBY IPAWhitby, Whitby, North Yorkshire5.2%IPAA delightfully hoppy IPA with a hint of grapefruit. The generous use of New World hops makes this a bright and refreshing IPA that should appeal to the most discerning hop-heads.
69 WHITBY WHALERWhitby, Whitby, North Yorkshire4.0%BitterA delicious, traditional amber bitter with a malty, citrus flavour. The combination of both East Kent and Styrian Golding hops give this beer a pleasantly fruity full flavour. This beer should be quaffed heartily.
70 WOOHA BLONDEWooha, Kinloss, Moray4.0%GoldenCrisp and light with Herkules hops delivering bright flavours of melon and apricot.
71 YORKSHIRE BITTERLittle Black Dog, Carlton, North Yorkshire3.8%BitterA traditional bitter with a deep red, brown hue. Malty notes of toffee over a light chocolate and biscuit background, gently hopped with English varieties to compliment this traditional Yorkshire ale with delicate floral aromas and a light bitter finish.
72 YORKSHIRE COBLENorth Yorkshire, Warrenby, Redcar3.8%Best BitterA traditional, copper coloured Yorkshire ale, bitter to begin with but mellow with a subtle hop palate of grapefruits leading to a soft, yet crisp finish.
73 YORKSHIRE PORTERNorth Yorkshire, Warrenby, Redcar4.4%PorterBrewed with cocoa nibs, this porter is luscious and velvety, bursting with dark chocolate flavour. A hint of banana can be detected as the fruity Abbey yeast is used.

Cider and Perry



No.
Name Producer ABV Type Description
74 BEE STINGLilley`s, Frome, Somerset7.5%PerryA still, medium sweet perry from Somerset oozing with subtle flavours and a cult status among many of its devotees.
75 BLACK RATMoles, Torquay, Devon6.0%CiderA dry, award winning, premium English cider with a fresh apple aroma, smooth taste, crisp clean finish and a bright and slightly sparkling appearance.
76 BROADOAK PERRYBroadoak, Bristol7.5%PerryA previous CAMRA Gold Medal winner, this sweet but incredibly refreshing perry has a glorious fresh-tasting pear flavour and a wonderful pear aroma.
77 BUSH PIGCockeyed, Cullompton, Devon7.0%CiderA traditional medium/sweet, strong, cloudy, scrumpy from Devon with big robust flavours.
78 CHEEKY PIGLilley`s, Frome, Somerset7.5%CiderA still, medium/dry blended perry and cider from Somerset packed full of crisp, refreshing flavour. Suitable for vegans & coeliacs.
79 COCK BIRDCockeyed, Cullompton, Devon5.0%CiderA still, clear cider from Devon with appley sweetness and a full flavour.
80 FRIELS VINTAGE CIDERAston Manor, Hereford/Worcester7.4%CiderAn award winning first press vintage cider crafted exclusively with a blend of juice from traditional English eating apple varieties from the producer's harvest of their Herefordshire & Worcestershire orchards. Inspired from a tradition of the past when the first press of the harvest were the finest batches kept for the farm landlords. Fermented from 100% fresh apples - Never from concentrate and no artificial sweeteners, colours or flavours.
81 HOGFATHEROrchard Pig, Glastonbury, Somerset7.4%CiderNot for the faint hearted - close your eyes and savour the Somerset cider apples. Don't be fooled by the impressive muscle power of this cider, you can still expect a smooth, drinkably moreish finish.
82 JACK RATT VINTAGE DRYLyme Bay, Axminster, Devon7.4%Cider

Clear golden amber colour, apple and white wine aroma, medium acidity, high tannins and low sweetness. Thick smooth texture medium body and lingering taste. Suitable for vegetarians and coeliacs.

83 LILY THE PINKAbrahalls, Herefordshire4.5%CiderWinner of the Gold award at the International Cider Challenge 2018. A medium fruity cider with a gorgeous delicate pink hue. Made using 100% cider apples, from the producer's own Herefordshire farm, Lily has an intense fruity aroma.
84 NICE PEARScrumpy Wasp, Newark, Nottinghamshire5.0%PerryApple and Pear blended together to make an awesome pair. Beautifully balanced with loads of body,crystal clear and,fruity. Guaranteed to sweep you off your feet but best of all goes down a treat.



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