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Seasonal Beers

New Resolution

New Resolution

A good, fresh, blonde start to the New Year. British, Northdown and Archer hops give a balanced bitterness. Finished with Summit to give a delicate air of pine on the nose, cleansing citrus fruit on the palate and spice in the background. Hops: Archer, Northdown and Golding from Great Britain and Summit and Columbus from the US.

Behind the name
We all make New Year resolutions that we should keep secret. We’re not telling either but think beer, quality, craft, flavour, and you’ll get the drift.

Available In: Cask

ABV: 3.7% Type: Blonde
Yorkshire, England Available: Jan

Koru

Koru

Our brand-new fruity golden ale, brewed using a special blend of British and New Zealand hops. You’ll get citrusy overtones, plum notes, and a nice light malt base.

Behind the name

The Beer takes its name from the Māori word for spiral, and we took that as a cue to make a beer that’ll just ensnare your taste-buds. In a good way.

ABV: 4.7% Type: Golden Ale
Yorkshire, England Available: Mar

Yan Tan Tethera

Yan Tan Tethera

This little beauty’s our take on a traditional English pale ale (EPA). We’ve used all our favourite British hops, meaning this blonde-beauty is absolutely crammed with full-bodied, fruity flavour. It’s a cracking little session ale!

Behind the name

Yan, tan, tethera, methera, pip… The catchphrase of choice for Northern shepherds. This was a centuries-old technique for counting sheep that was used right up to the Victorian era.

ABV: 3.5% Type: English Pale Ale
Yorkshire, England Available: Apr

Maillot Jaune

Maillot Jaune

This golden ale wears the yellow jersey with pride, the leading ale in celebrating all things Yorkshire cycling. Generously hopped using Pilgrim (UK), Northern Brewer (Germany) and Centennial (US) in the copper followed by a dry hopping with Celeia whole hops. Our April seasonal cask beer.

Behind the name
The maillot jaune is the most famous symbol in cycling and Yorkshire was ablaze with yellow jerseys when the Tour de France came in 2014.

Available In: Cask and bottle

ABV: 3.8% Type: Golden ale
Yorkshire, England Available: Apr-May

Fine Fettle

Fine Fettle

An earthy slightly spicy bitterness from East Kent Goldings leads to well-balanced peach and delicate citrus flavours with a sherbet sweet-like aroma.

Behind the name
Some say May is the greatest month of the year and the best to be alive. You certainly feel in fine fettle in May and this beer celebrates the joys of spring.

Available In: Cask

ABV: 4.1% Type: Golden ale
Yorkshire, England Available: May

Solstice Session

Summer Solstice

Straw coloured premium pale ale flavoured with seasonal elderflower. Moderately bittered using classic British Golding and First Gold hops with a hearty addition of Golding for aroma. A truly seasonal beer.

ABV: 4.2% Type: Golden Session
Yorkshire, England Available: Jun

Honkers Saddler

Honkers Saddler

A down to earth, malty ESB with a slight orange zest and subtle dark aftertaste. Honkers is a showcase in how a higher ABV can really aid a beer; there’s just that little bit of a kick that isn’t so apparent in your typical bitter.

Behind the name

Unless the success of this bitter creates some new term concerning the leisurely riding of geese, the name “Honkers Saddler” doesn’t really mean anything at all; we simply took our existing beer “Holderness Dark”, scrambled the letters, and Bob’s your uncle.

ABV: 5.0% Type: Strong Bitter
Yorkshire, England Available: Sep

Muddy Boots

Muddy Boots

Oh Mr Porter! Often exclaimed on the streets of London when river and street porters were so numerous that a special beer was brewed for them. This is our Yorkshire version of porter – robust and chestnut with roast and chocolate malt – especially for welly wearers.

Behind the name
Our celebration of the welly, the classic country footwear, usually covered in mud by October and hence a dark beer.

Available In: Cask

ABV: 3.9% Type: Porter
Yorkshire, England Available: Oct

Yule Do

Yule Do

Dark amber traditional bitter. Rich crystal malt flavours with spice a fruit hop tones.

Behind the name
Obviously, it will more than do for Yule.

Available In: Cask

ABV: 4.3% Type: Best bitter
Yorkshire, England Available: Dec

Newsome Noel

Newsome Noel

Good, strong fruity, contemporary IPA for a satisfying festive pint.

Behind the name
A golden beer all about Christmas, but don’t sing the ‘thirst Noël’.

Available In: Cask

ABV: 5.0% Type: IPA
Yorkshire, England Available: Dec
Stoney Binks

Stoney Binks

Stoney Binks

This English Bitter gets the bulk of its flavour from the malt, with afternotes of nuts and toffee. The hops in Binks then support that rich flavour with just a slight bitterness.

Behind the name

‘Stony Binks’ is the name of the sand and gravel shoals just off of Spurn Point (which we’re quite near). This tricky network of stone teeth caused many a shipwreck, and navigators relied entirely on Easington’s lighthouses to stay afloat. Don’t worry: Stoney Binks (with an e) is sailor-friendly.

Available In: Cask

ABV: 4.1% Type: English Bitter
Yorkshire, England Available: Feb

Pig’s Ear

Pig’s Ear

This copper-coloured ESB features a broad blend of hops for strong flavours and spiced aromas. Topping it all off is a classic well-rounded pilsner-esque finish: an archetypal session beer.

Behind the name

Long version: During one fateful brew of what was supposed to be Cold Snap, we accidentally added some black malt. This completely changed the beer… but it tasted, well, good. So good, actually, that customers kept asking for more of this new beer!

Short version: “You’ve made a right Pig’s Ear of this!”.

ABV: 5.2% Type: Extra Special Bitter
Yorkshire, England Available: Nov

Line & Length

Line & Length

A perfect light summer golden beer. Classic Northdown and Progress hops give this beer a complex spicy bitterness, and it’s topped off with some delicate floral and citrus aromas.

Behind the name

Line & Length takes its name from Cricket bowling, and basically refers to the trajectory and height of the ball’s path. If you happen to see a famous cricketer in a pub, do not attempt to impress them by bowling your pint glass.

ABV: 4.1% Type: Golden Hoppy Ale
Yorkshire, England Available: Jul