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Our Beer

Frothingham Best

Frothingham Best

Dark amber robust best bitter. Aroma of raisin fruit & hazelnut, moderately bittered with resin hop and peach fruit tones through to a sweet finish.

Behind the name
South Frodingham, the home of our brewery, was historically known as Frothingham after the village’s main family. ‘Froth’ and beer, what could be more apt!

Available In: Cask and Bottle

ABV: 4.3% Type: Best bitter
Yorkshire, England Created: 2008

Holderness Dark

Holderness Dark

A stronger, modern version of the mild ale that was once the staple alcoholic drink in many parts of the country. Deep chestnut with aromas of sweet toffee and grassy hops. Sweet chocolate malt and hazelnut on the mouth with a long satisfying finish. Brewed with Pilgrim (UK), Northern Brewer (Germany) and Amarillo (US) hops.

Behind the name
The dark, rich soils of Holderness are perfect for crops such as Great Newsome’s own malting barley.

Available In: Cask

ABV: 4.3% Type: Mild
Yorkshire, England Created: 2008

Jem’s Stout

Jem’s Stout

Dark mahogany traditional stout. Complex aroma of liquorice, prunes and hop resin on the nose, with deep burnt coffee and liquorice on the palate. Northern Brewer (Germany) hops. Winner of Society of Independent Brewers bronze medal.

Behind the name
Brewed in honour of Jem, once a familiar face at the brewery and now remembered on our logo keeping watch over her pint. A black and white drink for a black and white dog.

Available In: Cask and Bottle

ABV: 4.3% Type: Stout
Yorkshire, England Created: 2007

Liquorice Lads Stout

Liquorice Lads Stout

Using real liquorice, this stout has heady aromas of Pontefract cakes and deep flavour from a rich roast malt background. With Northern Brewer hops from Germany, it has a World Beer Awards bronze medal and a gold medal from the Society of Independent Brewers.

Behind the name
Remembering the lads who used to dig up liquorice for the sweet factories of West Yorkshire and it’s also celebrating that the ancient crop is now being grown again in the county.

Available In: Cask and Bottle

ABV: 4.3% Type: Stout
Yorkshire, England Created: 2011

Ploughman’s Pride

Ploughman’s Pride

Easy drinking, moderately bittered deep chestnut ale. Aromatic burnt sugar and Pontefract cakes on the nose. Liquorice and roast malt on the palate.

Behind the name
The ploughman’s pride was the straightest furrow. His reward to himself after a long day in the fields was just a pint of his favourite beer, so the furrows would be just as straight tomorrow.

Available In: Cask

ABV: 4.2% Type: Bitter
Yorkshire, England Created: 2011

Pricky Back Otchan

Pricky Back Otchan

A hoppy golden bitter combining Pilgrim (UK), Northern Brewer (Germany) and Cascade hops (US), with a small amount of crystal and wheat malt, to produce a wonderfully robust beer with a beautiful depth of smooth malt flavour and a hint of sweet citrus on the nose.

Behind the name
This is told Yorkshire dialect for a hedgehog – ‘pricky backed urchin’ and it’s just a great name.

Available In: Cask and Bottle

ABV: 4.2% ale Type: Golden
Yorkshire, England Created: 2007

Sleck Dust

Sleck Dust

Original beer, straw coloured easy drinking session ale. Its bitterness the combination of both Pilgrim and Northern Brewer hops with a slight floral edge to the finish and apricot on the nose.

Behind the name
A thirst quenching session beer needed a thirst quenching name. Cec Hodgson who lived at Great Newsome drove the farm’s combine harvester. Without cab or modern air conditioning, Cec would get covered head to foot in dust and after a hot days harvesting he couldn’t wait to ‘Sleck Dust’.

Available In: Cask and Bottle

ABV: 3.8% Type: Blonde Beer
Yorkshire, England Created: 2007