Theakston Best Bitter (3.8% abv) The definitive English Bitter. This fine golden-coloured beer has a full flavour that lingers pleasantly on the palate. With good bitter sweet balance, this beer has a subtle hop character described as citrus and spicy. It’s a refreshing and very satisfying pint – noted for the aroma of its Fuggle hops and the dry hopping of Bramling Cross to add to its characteristic Theakston aroma.
Black Sheep Best Bitter (3.8% abv) Brewed in the market town of Masham, just 3 miles down the road – a hoppy and fruity beer with strong bitter overtones, leading to a long, dry bitter finish.
Wensleydale Falconer (3.9% abv) brewed in Leyburn, and is a light copper session bitter, a blend of delicious fruity malt flavours and subtle hop aromas leading to a very moreish finish.
Timothy Taylor Landlord. The drinkers’ favourite, a 4.3% classic pale ale with a complex citrus and hoppy aroma. A recent survey revealed that Landlord has the highest proportion of drinkers who call it their favourite ale. And it has won more awards than any other beer, winning both CAMRA’s Champion Beer of Britain and the Brewing Industry Challenge Cup four times.
We regularly change our guest beers which all come from breweries in Yorkshire and the North East, including Hop Studio, Salamander, Sonnet 43, Hambleton Ales, Rudgate, Wensleydale, Pennine, Ilkley, Small World.
The Salamander Brewing Company