13 Apr 2017
Chock full of American hops, this Double IPA is a blend of huge aroma, with a resinous yet tropical flavour and a huge but balanced bitterness. Honey-orange in colour, and with rising fruit flavours on the palate. The Chief demands respect, and will have your full attention from the first sip to the last satisfying drop.
​Join us at Craft Beer Rising 23-25th Feb (Stand 147) to sample some festival-exclusive new beers, including a Kriek, 2x Gose, a Kettle Sour and more. We’ll be pouring no fewer than 12 beers over the various sessions. Keep an eye on twitter for announcements about what’s pouring next. This event has for the past 5 years been the mainstay of the UK Craft Beer festival scene.. showcasing new and established brewers side-by-side, all supplemented with beats and eats. Craft Beer Rising is the template by which future beer events will be molded we’re sure - where all the beer is good, where fun is the main aim, where...
more info | event date: 23 Feb 2017
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more info | event date: 14 Feb 2017
26 Apr 2017
2017 has started with yet more awards for the Yorkshire-based brewery, including a prestigious International Brewing Award.The first seasonal beer of the year, Dinner Ale scooped top prize in its class at the brewery’s local CAMRA festival in Bradford in February. CAMRA representative Richard Holden said the beer won by “a long chalk” in congratulating the brewing team.   Global success followed hot on... more
“One of the UK's finest”
Financial Times Weekend Magazine
There has been lots of talk of late about cask beer, about margins, about brewer’s trust of those serving their beer (incidentally, a one-stop-shop for a lot of the blogs surrounding “#caskgate” can be found here). Well this isn’t one of those posts, it’s more about trust and focus on quality at every step of the process. I was reminded at the end of last year, that it was 5 years since we first kegged our beer. At the time, in all honesty, we didn’t give our... more