Best Bitter was the first Black Sheep brew conceived back in We wanted to recreate a “proper Yorkshire Bitter” where the name Bitter was reflected in the taste. Now available at The Ship Inn Low Worsall
Lightfoot - 4.1% “Continental 'blonde beer' style cask ale” Lightfoot has always been a popular seasonal ale in fact so much so that in 2010 it became a permanent addition to our range and is now available all year round. Lightfoot is a refreshing golden pale ale, brewed using prime English Barley and wheat, continental hops, our famous Masham yeast and water from the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. The Anchor Inn, Salterforth 21st Oct'12
Cornwall's St Austell Brewery Tribute 4.2% brewed using specially grown Cornish Gold Malt. Roger Protz, Editor Good Beer Guide, wrote: "Tribute is a magnificent example of a bronze coloured English bitter, with a rich aroma of biscuity malt and tart citrus fruit from the Willamette hops. Juicy malt, hop resins and tangy fruit coat the tongue, while the finish is long and lingering, with a fine balance between malt, hops and fruit, finally becoming dry and bitter." St Ives Oct'12
Skinners Pennycomequick ABV The Cornish Black Stuff!
Courage Directors 4.8% Young & Co. A real classic. This strong English ale is ruby tinged and has a distinctive rich fruity flavour underpinned by dry hoppy undertones. Originally this superior ale was brewed exclusively for the Directors of the brewery. Thankfully though, they were eventually persuaded to make it publicly available for all to enjoy. Note from the Head Brewer “A full drinking classic London premium ale with a delicious balance of fruit and hops.” Fencegate Inn Oct'12
St Austell's Brewery HSD 5.0% St Austell’s most legendary ale, HSD is fullbodied strong and Cornish, brimming with a kaleidoscope of flavours. Brewed with plenty of malt and lashings of English Fuggles and Golding hops, HSD is truly a classic ale of considerable depth and complexity. The Lifeboat Inn, St Ives Oct'12
Cornwall's St Austell Brewery Trelawny 3.8% with Galaxy Hops St Austell Brewery’s award-winning Head Brewer Roger Ryman said: “Peach and apricot notes denote the aroma, with hints of butterscotch and toffee apple. The taste is full, with toasted biscuit and jam being balanced by the mellow, yet assertive bitterness of tangy hops. Condensed version...ruddy good pint