We can now announce the Beer Festival Beers and Ciders

We can now announce the Beer Festival Beers and Ciders

By john wood
11 September 2015
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Plenty of selection to tickle your taste buds with on 26th & 27th Septmer - only 2 weeks to go!

Ilkley Brewery
Mary Jane 3.5% Pale ale session beer, refreshing and satisfying. Amarillo and Cascade hops

Ilkley Gold 3.9% golden session ale easy drinking light with a touch of citrus. Cascade and Dana hops

Ilkley Pale 4.2% Dry Crisp pale ale mellow floral finish. Nelson Savin hops

Fireside porter 4.2% Smooth smoky intense spice balanced by rich fruit. Columbus and Phoenix, Bramling Cross hops.

The Pool Cricket Club Selection
Black Sheep Brewery - Golden Sheep 3.9% Golden cask ale.

My Generation Brewing company - My Generation 4.2% Session pale ale Polaris, Galena, Cascade and Magnum hops.

Moorhouses - Blonde Witch 4.5% Golden ale Smooth, fruity.

Bad Co - Comfortably numb 3.8% Golden pale ale, bold and fruity

Saltaire - Triple chocaholic 4.8% Chocolate malts good hopping provides balanced bitterness

Briscoes - Otley Gold 3.9% Pale golden ale

Rudgate - Ruby mild 4.4% Nutty, soft and rich Easy drinking

Theakstons - Best bitter 3.8% Fine golden coloured bitter Hop character citrus and spicy. Target, Challenger, Bramling Cross hops

Pennine Brewing Co - Natural Gold 4.2% Golden sweet and hoppy bitter

Collingham - Journeyman 3.9% Best bitter malty and hop flavour Styrian golden and summit hops

The Real Cider Company


Blackberries and apples, a marriage made in Devon. The berry richness chimes effortlessly with the smooth apple cider. Just cider apples and blackberries balanced with care and producing a cheeky purple drop of Devon delight.
A medium, well rounded yet a little tart 4.6% Herefordshire cider drier than Thundering Molly – still mellow with a very slight tart finish.


Produced by cider maker John Harris in Somerset, Janet's Jungle Juice is a firm favourite with customers. When you try it you will see why it was the CAMRA national award winner in 2008. This medium dry cider is well rounded and fruity with a deep texture and flavour. It is a fantastic starting point for inexperienced cider drinkers as it is so very easy drinking.

Bramley Swiggins draught is a light, still cider, made from well loved apple varieties grown in the East of England which give it a distinctive 'east coast' style. Clean and crisp, Bramley Swiggins draught has a hint of sweetness and a delightful appley finish.

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