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York Brewery Yorkshire Terrier

2013-06-15 22.05.40Yorkshire Terrier is the latest in my series of reviews of York Brewery’s excellent ales.  It’s 4.2% light coppery gold ale with a light head.  The aroma is fragrant and floral, and the flavour itself is dry, hoppy and full of orange zest.  It wouldn’t be my choice as a session ale – it’s maybe a little too bitter/dry for my taste – but it’s a very clean, fresh taste, and if you prefer a hoppy ale, this one might suit you very well indeed.

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Posted by on June 16, 2013 in Golden Ale


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Stonegate, York

OK – so this is not about a beer, but this afternoon I thought that I had died and gone to heaven!

We took a walk along York’s Stonegate, where there is not one, but three shops/pubs with shelves creaking under the weight of bottled beers from as near as the York Brewery and as far away as the other side of the world!  All worth a visit, but make sure you’ve got plenty of cash as it’s impossible to leave without buying something to take home and try later:

These shops are worth visiting York for, without all the other attractions!

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Posted by on February 17, 2013 in Shops


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