Skipton Beer Festival 2013

Sadly, Thisledo Holiday Cottage is not open for the 7th Annual Skipton Beer Festival which takes place between Thursday 11th April to Saturday 13th April. However, there are lots of other accommodation providors in Skipton ranging from Hotels, to B&B through to self catering cottage.

The Beer Festival takes place in Skipton Town Hall which can be found on the High Street.

The provisonla beer list can be found at the bottom of this blog & this year there will also be a larger selction of ciders available.

Enjoy!

 

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  • Beer
  • ABV
  • Tasting notes
  • Binghams Ginger Doodle Stout
  • 5.0%
  • Stout with a root ginger zing
  • Black Jack First Deal
  • 4.4%
  • Ruby ale with the the flavour of berries and a dried-fruit aroma
  • Black Sheep Riggwelter
  • 5.9%
  • Strong, dark bitter with hints of liquorice and pear drops
  • Bowland Admiral
  • 4.4%
  • Grassy, aromatic hops backed by warm vanilla maltiness
  • Bowman Quiver Bitter
  • 4.5%
  • Golden, hoppy best bitter
  • Bridgehouse Porter
  • 4.5%
  • Ruby porter with toffee and malt flavours
  • Copper Dragon Black Gold
  • 3.7%
  • Traditional roasted malts give a unique rich flavour.
  • Copper Dragon Best Bitter
  • 3.8%
  • A refreshing, well-balanced, amber-coloured bitter.
  • Copper Dragon Silver Myst
  • 4%
  • A genuine cask Pilsner with Saaz and Hallertau hops. Crisp and refreshing.
  • Copper Dragon Golden Pippin
  • 3.9%
  • A light, refreshing blonde ale with citrus fruit flavour.
  • Copper Dragon IPA
  • 3.6%
  • A new beer added to the range. Deep gold and thirst-quenching.
  • Copper Dragon Scotts 1816
  • 4.1%
  • A full-bodied well-rounded ale
  • Cotleigh Nutcracker
  • 3.4%
  • Dark amber,light, fruity, refreshing mild
  • Dark Horse Hetton PaleAle
  • 4.2%
  • Full-bodied golden pale ale with a strong citrus fruit character.
  • Dark Horse Best Bitter
  • 3.8%
  • Well-balanced, pale brown session bitter
  • Dow Bridge Bonum Mild
  • 3.5%
  • Complex dark brown, full-flavoured mild.
  • Elgoods Black Dog
  • 3.6%
  • A black-red mild. Pleasantly bittersweet.
  • Goose Eye Black Moor
  • 4.0%
  • Very dark, flavoursome mild
  • Goose Eye Chinook
  • 3.9%
  • Grapefruit hoppiness in the aroma and taste of this blonde ale.
  • Green Jack Trawler Boys
  • 4.6%
  • Tawny best bitter with a fruity, malty aroma
  • Hammerpot Bottle Wreck Porter
  • 4.7%
  • A traditional pitch-black rich porter
  • Sarah Hughes Ruby Mild
  • 6.0%
  • Dark ruby strong ale, with a good balance of fruit and hops.
  • Ilkley Joshua Jane
  • 3.7%
  • Rich, nut-brown Yorkshire ale.
  • Ilkley Lotus IPA
  • 5.6%
  • Golden IPA with aroma and flavours of mango and grapefruit.
  • Ilkley Mary Jane
  • 3.5%
  • Pale, crisp refreshing session beer.
  • Ilkley Stout Mary
  • 4.5%
  • Full-bodied oatmeal stout. Rich and creamy.
  • Irwell Works Steam Plate
  • 4.3%
  • A traditional golden-coloured best bitter. Refreshing hop aroma.
  • Irwell Works Tin Plate
  • 3.6%
  • A rich roasted dark mild.
  • Kirkstall Contemplation
  • 7%
  • Deep ruby-red, winter old ale.
  • Kirkstall Three Swords
  • 4.5%
  • Very pale, spectacularly thirst-quenching.
  • Kirkstall Drop Hammer
  • 10%
  • A new beer, in the style of an Imperial Stout.
  • Little Valley Fairtrade Ginger Pale Ale
  • 4%
  • Pleasantly fiery, ful- bodied, ginger pale ale
  • Little Valley Hebden‘s Wheat
  • 4.5%
  • Pale yellow, creamy wheat beer.
  • Magic Rock Curious
  • 3.9%
  • Lip-smacking citrus flavours in this pale session beer
  • Magic Rock Highwire
  • 5.5%
  • A tribute to the pale ales of West Coast US. Unapologetically hoppy
  • Mallinsons Anna Perenna
  • 4.0%
  • A celebration of the Roman goddess and the return of Spring
  • Mallinsons Emley Moor Mild
  • 3.4%
  • Full-bodied mild.Black with a ruby hint.
  • Marble Pint
  • 3.8%
  • Very hoppy, pale golden,dry session beer.
  • Moorhouses Blonde Witch
  • 4.5%
  • Light ale,fruity with a lasting finish
  • Mordue Radgie Gadgie
  • 4.8%
  • Strong, easy-drinking bitter with plenty of fruit and hops.
  • Naylors Bradford Lad
  • 7.2%
  • Amber barley wine with malt, toffee and raisins in the aroma and taste
  • Naylors Cravenbrau
  • 3.8%
  • Uses Lager malt and German hops, giving a clean, crisp drink.
  • Naylors Blonde
  • 4.3%
  • Citrus and spice flavours, with a floral finish
  • New Plassey Midnight Mild
  • 4.2%
  • Dark, subtle, medium-strength mild
  • Nine Standards Original Standard
  • 3.7%
  • Dark amber beer with fruity, spicy nose
  • Offbeat Wild Blackberry Mild
  • 3.8%
  • A not-so-traditional mild flavoured with blackberries in the cask
  • Offbeat Odd Red Ball
  • 4.2%
  • Delicious ruby-red ale. US and NZ hops blended for a bold fruitiness
  • Old Bear Black Mari‘a
  • 4.2%
  • A smooth, black stout
  • Old School Blackboard
  • 3.7%
  • This smooth, dark mild is a good session beer.
  • Old School Detention
  • 4.1%
  • A straw coloured, light-drinking bitter
  • Orkney Skullsplitter
  • 8.5%
  • Tawny-red strong ale with complex wine-like palate
  • Prospect Nutty Slack
  • 3.9%
  • Dark brown, creamy, chocolatey mild
  • Prospect Pioneer
  • 4.0%
  • A light-bodied amber session beer
  • Red Willow Wreckless
  • 4.8%
  • Loads of Citra and Amarillo hops give massive tropical fruit flavour
  • Revolutions Beat Red
  • 4.5%
  • Traditional red ale recipe given a big hop finish.
  • Revolutions Manifesto Stout
  • 6.0%
  • Classic stout. Rich, dark, suave and elegant
  • Ridgeside Long Way From Home
  • 5.0%
  • Smooth, creamy vanilla stout
  • Ridgeside Rushmore
  • 4.3%
  • Tasty, hoppy pale ale
  • Roosters Buckeye
  • 3.5%
  • Easy-drinking, well-hopped, pale session beer
  • Salamander Golden Salamander
  • 4.5%
  • Citrus hops characterise this golden premium bitter
  • Salopian Hop Twister
  • 4.5%
  • Soft malt balances the fresh lemon & grapefruit flavours
  • Saltaire Raspberry Blonde
  • 4.0%
  • Blonde beer infused with a hint of raspberries
  • Saltaire Triple Chocoholic
  • 4.8%
  • Creamy, dark brown chocolate stout
  • Settle Main Line IPA
  • 3.6%
  • From the area‘s newest brewery. Golden with a promise of summer
  • Thornbridge Wild Swan
  • 3.5%
  • Extremely pale, flavoursome and refreshing
  • Three Bs Doff Cocker
  • 4.5%
  • Yellow, crisp, dry premium bitter
  • Three Bs Stokers Slake
  • 3.6%
  • A well rounded dark brown mild.
  • Timothy Taylor Dark Mild
  • 3.5%
  • Malt & caramel dominate this sweetish mild.
  • Timothy Taylor Golden Best
  • 3.5%
  • Clean-tasting, refreshing traditional Pennine light mild
  • Timothy Taylor Boltmaker
  • 4.0%
  • Formerly known as Best Bitter but still the same very drinkable bitter
  • Timothy Taylor Landlord
  • 4.3%
  • Full-flavoured, well-balanced amber beer
  • Timothy Taylor Ram Tam
  • 4.3%
  • Black beer with red highlights. Caramel & dry hop bitterness
  • Timothy Taylor 7 Ewes Special
  • tbc%
  • Unique opportunity to try this festival special
  • Treboom Kettle Drum
  • 4.3%
  • A distinct fruitiness in this copper-coloured beer.
  • Treboom Myricale Wheat
  • 5.0%
  • Brewed in support of Yorks. Wildlife Trust. Lightly hopped with wild bog myrtle
  • Tring Mansion Mild
  • 3.7%
  • Smooth, creamy, dark ruby mild
  • Tryst Drovers 80/-
  • 4.0%
  • Traditional full-bodied Scottish 80/-
  • Tyne Bank Single Blonde
  • 3.5%
  • A light ale with a pleasing dry bitterness and floral aroma.
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