Yorkshire is celebrated for its beer. Here's some of the best.
Picking the best from such a good bunch is almost impossible. The county is huge and the number of breweries in growing year on year. Here is a list of some of those making beer worth trying.
Founded in 2011, the beers from Magic Rock are craft staples in shops and pubs alike. Flagship beers include Cannonball IPA and Inhaler Hoppy Pale Ale. Blue Bee Brewery makes some of Sheffield's most popular beers. Reet Pale is a staple at the Rutland Arms, often on sale alongside Hillfoot Best Bitter. Barnsley's celebrated Acorn Brewery is one of the larger operations on this list. It also runs a beer club on the last Friday of every month. Home of the famous Pale Rider. Founded in 1990 by the landlord of the Fat Cat. It was the first new brewery to open in Sheffield in 100 years. Operating out of the the old Edwardian station dining rooms in which the Sheffield Tap is located, the copper showcase brewery is open to visitors to see. Ilkley's Tiny Rebel - with it's distinctive logo - is available in pubs across the UK thanks to its renowned quality. Shipley's Saltaire Brewery has a large range of craft beers to its name. The well-established brewery also runs tours and a beer club. Try Stateside IPA. One of Yorkshire's best-known independent breweries, Black Sheep's flagship beer is a favourite among beer lovers in the UK. An institution, the brewery was founded in 1996 and has won awards year after year. Among its most celebrated are Moonshine and Deception. Leeds craft beer champions Northern Monk are one of the most recognisable names in UK craft beer at the moment. It's core range includes the New World IPA.