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Saltburn Beer Festival 2019 Beer List
110th Anniversary Ale Wantsum, Hersden, Kent Best Bitter 5.2%Strong English golden ale.
2Autumn Leaves Raw / Imperial Bitter 4.2%New collab with Imperial Brewery. American amber with Chinook and Willamette hops.
3Blast Furnace Taylor Illingworth Bitter 4.1%Medium bodied red ale lightly hopped with US Cascade to give hints of fruit flavours flavours on a bed of sweet caramel malty flavours. Unfined, yet will still clear and dark red in colour.
4Brickworks Bitter Industrial Bitter 4.0%Traditional English Bitter with fruity hop aromas from EKG and Bramling Cross hops.
5Briggate Blonde Beespoke IPA 5.0%Golden IPA.
6Chopper Great Heck, Great Heck, N. Yorks. Bitter 3.8%Very pale Yorkshire style session beer brewed with English and Slovenian hops and dry hopped with Chinook for an extra luscious aroma.
7Cubit`s Voyage Welbeck Abbey, Welbeck, Nottinghamshire Bitter 3.5%North West Pale Ale.
8Daft Apeth Imperial, Mexborough, S. Yorks Bitter 4.0%Golden colour with a white head. Fruity and light citrus aroma and taste, medium body.
9Dionysus Milton, Waterbeach, Cambridge Bitter 3.6%Straw coloured bitter, powerfully hoppy with a fine citrus finish.
10Grow Your Own Welbeck Abbey, Welbeck, Nottinghamshire Bitter 4.0%Green Hopped Pale Ale.
11Guiseppe Cask Lager Firebrick Lager 4.3%Helles style low gluten.
12Hopnik Ossett / North Riding Bitter 4.3%Head Brewer Project. COLLABORATION with North Riding Brewery. A crisp, dry and refreshing pale bitter brewed in collaboration with North Riding Brewery of Scarborough.
13Little Rat Rat / Little Valley Bitter 6.0%Cloudy European Wheat Beer. Collaboration with Little Valley Brewery. A European-style pale wheat beer brewed from wheat and pale malts. German wheat beer yeast provides characteristic aromas of banana and cloves. Low levels of bitterness.
14Liverpool Porter Brooks Porter 4.0%A quaffable beer that punches above its ABV with a well-balanced mix of roasted malts teasing your tongue with hints of chocolate, coffee and dried fruits.
15Luddite Mill Valley, Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire Bitter 3.8%Luddite ale is a light amber beer, Brewed as a session beer for the ordinary working man or woman. It has a blend of Maris Otter, Crystal and Munich malts, and then hopped with English Hops. This gives the beer a smooth body, with a sweet finish.
16Marcus Aurelius Milton, Waterbeach, Cambridge Stout 7.5%Imperial Russian Stout - an enormous, luscious and velvety stout. Bursting with dark, roasty flavour with an underlying vanilla richness.
17Moa Shiny Bitter 3.9%NZ Hopped pale ale GLUTEN FREE
18Native Bitter Whitstable Bitter 3.7%A classic copper-coloured Kentish session Bitter. Satisfying malt flavours compliment the aromas of the county`s most famous hops – the fuggle and the East Kent golding.
19NEPA Great Heck, Great Heck, N. Yorks. Bitter 4.5%New England Pale Ale, brewed with extra pale malts, NE yeast strain and heaps of fruit forward hops.
20Pier 150 Saints Row Stout 9.0%Almond cookie chocolate stout brewed especially to celebrate the 150th annversary of Saltburn Pier.
21Plan Bee Beespoke Bitter 3.8%Pale hoppy session bitter with Kazbek, Pacifica and late hopped with Taiheke.
22Pleiades Neepsend, Sheffield, South Yorkshire IPA 7.0%West Coast IPA. Assertive bitterness upfront with a big hop aroma and a lingering piquant finish.
23Presley Pale Raw, Staveley, Derbyshire Bitter 3.9%Citra, Galaxy and Simcoe hopped pale.
24Rathmandu Rat, Huddersfield, W. Yorks. IPA 5.5%Chai Tea IPA. Sweet, spiced and golden in colour, this IPA takes inspiration from Nepalese Chai tea, with Melanoidin malt and Lactose for a full-bodied sweetness, and loose black tea leaves and spices including Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves and Ginger.
25Ruby Mild Lazy Turtle Mild 6.0%New strong dark mild.
26Rye IPA Iron Pier IPA 5.1%Juicy Uber-hopped IPA with a spicy Rye malt base. Light ruby in colour with a tight foamy head.
27Sargasso IPA Lazy Turtle IPA 4.0%Session IPA, hopped with Columbus, Amarillo, Citra, Cascade, Mosaic.
28Sticky Toffee Milk Porter Roundhill, Cowpen Bewley, Co. Durham Porter 4.6%A toasty, sticky porter with a creamy mouthfeel and lingering sweetness.
29Stout Cheadle Brewhouse Stout 4.8%Stout brewed with six different malt varieties and a healthy dose of hops.
30US Triple Hop Cheadle Brewhouse Bitter 4.0%Pale ale using a rotating trio of American hops, in this case Simcoe, Chinook and Sorachi Ace.
31Windrush Ale North Cotswold Bitter 3.6%A thirst quenching amber coloured session ale brewed with finest English hops for a traditional taste. A malty slightly sweeter palate.
32Winter Pudding Stout Three Brothers, Stockton-on-Tees Stout 4.5%Cinnamon, nutmeg, raisins, treacle, brandy and orange peel. Black fruit type hops.
33WSB 4Ts, Runcorn, Cheshire Bitter 4.2%(Warrington Special Bitter) Typically malty rich base, brewed with Pioneer and Bramling Cross hops giving the beer a crisp and refreshing bittering with aromas of blackcurrant and citrus.
34XB Bitter South Causey Best Bitter 5.0%Copper coloured, full bodied rich dark fruit flavours.
35Yorkshire Mild Mill Valley, Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire Mild 4.2%A well rounded dark mild with a blend of 5 malts and English only hops. There are chocolate and toffee flavours with a light spice.
36Zingibeer Neepsend, Sheffield, South Yorkshire Stout 5.2%Gingerbread Stout brewed with molasses and ginger root and powder. Warm and fiery with a robust dark malt base and a strong finish. May not be your cup of tea if you don`t like ginger!