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Amber Ales


Twilight Mild


A dark ruby-black oatmeal mild with rich dark fruitiness but low bitterness for great drinkability

Castle Rock


Harvest Pale


Harvest Pale is brewed with a gently-kilned malt, and an aromatic blend of American hops added during the brewing process gives this pale beer exceptional poise. Its distinct hop flavour leads to a crisp finish.

Totally Brewed


Guardian of the Forest


Our session IPA with Citra, Mosaic and Vic Secret hops.

Castle Rock




A mid-strength, full-flavoured bitter with fruity notes on the palate and a smack of hops in the finish

Castle Rock


Henry Normal


Brewed with two beautiful English hop varieties: Experimental CF127 and Bramling Cross. Henry Normal’s namesake beer is understated and subtle with hints of dark fruit and spice.

Castle Rock


Sherwood Reserve


Brewed with fresh Columbian coffee beans, Sherwood Reserve is a smooth, balanced and decadent stout, with notes of chocolate and coffee.

North Riding Brewery




HBC 431 is a dual-purpose variety still in experimental phase. It features a complex assortment of aroma characteristics including fruit, earthy and herbal aromas. Its fruit character has been described as peach, berry and tropical fruit.

Brass Castle




Our take on the 'winter warmer'. An East Yorks version of the fashionable US West Coast hop-forward IPA. Bitterness is balanced by malt sweetness in our IPA and dry-hopping rounds out the aroma. Three hop types in this one, to justify the 'sunshine-in-a-glass' claim. Just what you need to brighten a grey winter (or even summer!) day!

Dark Revolution




A traditional, English style IPA. Smooth Noble hop bitterness meets floor malted Maris Otter to create a balanced and satisfying beer.

Fuddy Duck


LA Head Banger


Made with Lager malt for base and Munich malt & medium crystal for colour. Bittering hop is Tettnang. Aroma hop Fuggle. Yeast Abbaye . Strong farm house ale.