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NYBCl.jpgDrinks - North Yorkshire Brewing Co

North Yorkshire Brewing Co

Pinchinthorpe Hall
Pinchinthorpe
GUISBOROUGH
TS14 8HG

01287 630200

sales@nybrewery.co.uk
http://www.nybrewery.co.uk/

THE BREWERY

The Brewery is based at Pinchinthorpe Hall near Guisborough, a privately owned Country House Hotel which is situated in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty.

The former dairy is where the brewery is now housed and the award winning Brewhouse Bistro is in the former coach house adjoining the brewery.

The Brewhouse Bistro has won numerous awards including an AA Food Rosette and Chefs frequently incorporte the freshly brewed beers as an
ingredient in their dishes.

ABOUT THE BEERS

North Yorkshire Brewing Co produces over 20 organic cask and bottled ales. The key ingredient is spring water from a natural spring that has been in use for over 1,000 years.

The bottled beers have been bottle conditioned and therefore the beer is in contact with a greater percentage of yeast. This causes bottled beers and cask ales of the same name to have a different taste. It is a constant source of amazement how the same beer can have two entirely different flavours.

All of our bottled beers have a characteristic yeast flavour, not unlike some continental beers. The light coloured beers have a Œlager like¹ taste produced by using pale ale malt and because they sit on a slight yeast bed in the bottle. Our own yeast gives these beers a special and distinctively refreshing taste.

The dark coloured beers are more rounded in flavour because the yeast character has been balanced by the smooth taste produced by the addition of chocolate malt.

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