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Cask Ales

​​Last years Beers from across the country, there is something to suit every taste. This years Beers will appear here soon in 2024

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24. Old Mill Stout

Light coloured beer. Strong fruity flavours 
and aromas, particularly raspberry

Little Eaton Brewery   |   Abv. 5.0%   |   Stout
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25. Old Man

This original dark beer has soft malt notes of coffee and 
chocolate that combine with a pleasant light hoppiness to 
create a rich, full tasting Old Ale of times gone by

Long Man Brewery   |   Abv. 4.3%   |   Old Ale
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26. Rising Giant

Made using only the choicest U.S. hops this triple-hopped American Pale Ale has a pleasant citrus fruit 
aroma and characteristic robust bitterness

Long Man Brewery   |   Abv. 4.8%   |   Pale Ale
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27. Brandon Car

A folk song by Kevin Beale which cautions pub goers in 
West Cork to beware of the Garda car patrolling the area 
for drink drivers. This porter is rich & satisfying, with a 
roasted edge & a sweet lingering aftertaste. Our tribute to 
County Cork

Lords Brewery   |   Abv. 4.8%   |   Porter
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28.  Mr Grundy’s Big Willie
Sponsored by 

Thirst Quenching Golden Ale packed with English Hops 
Giving a lasting dry bitter finish.

Mr Grundy's Brewery   |   Abv. 4.3%   |   Golden
29. Cardinal Sin

A 4.4% Pale Single Hop. Brewed with Cardinal hops.
A delicious
mix of citrus, grapefruit and tropical pineapple flavours and aromas with a hint of bitterness.

Nailmaker Brewery   |   Abv. 4.4%   |   Pale Ale
30. Wapentake

The next of the Nailmaker Brewing Co. beers; named after the historic Yorkshire subdivision, Wapentake is a 3.8% Pale Ale.

Brewed with Cascade and American Chinook hops, giving a light, 'citrusy' flavour, making it and ideal session pale ale.

Nailmaker Brewery   |   Abv. 3.8%   |   Pale Ale
31. Yorkshire Bitter

This session Pale ale celebrates all that is good with 
England. All British malt hops and yeast come together to 
make a beer that’s as easy going as it is delicious.

Nailmaker Brewery   |   Abv. 3.6%   |   Amber Ale
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32. Quirky Blonde

This session Pale ale celebrates all that is good with 
England. All British malt hops and yeast come together to 
make a beer that’s as easy going as it is delicious. 

Quirky Brewing Co.   |   Abv. 3.8%   |   Blonde Ale
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33. Hello Rothwell We Love You
Sponsored by 

Hello Rothwell we love you. Brewed as a limited edition 
and in collaboration with the RBF festival organisers. This 
hazy IPA is citrusy with tropical fruits coming from the 
generous amount of hops we added. Bursts of passion 
fruit then orange and a small amount of pineapple come to mind in the 
first sip. We love you Rothwell & hope you love this beer too

Quirky Brewing Co.   |   Abv. 3.7%   |   Amber Ale
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34. Hip Hop
Sponsored by 

Our flagship ipa, & winning beer of last year’s festival. 
Fruity, piney, & malty background. M
ade with all American hops hip hop was inspired by the first ipas that came 
over from America to the U.K

Quirky Brewing Co.   |   Abv. 5.0%   |   Amber Ale

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