2010 Festival Beers

1AbbeydaleTBCTBCTBCYorkshire
2AdnamsRegatta4.3%Brewed with Optic malt and Boadicea hops this is a thirst quenching
pint. A delicate palate with hints of lemon.
Suffolk
3AdnamsSouthwold Bitter3.7%A beautiful copper-coloured beer, late and dry-hopped with Fuggles
for a distinctive, lingering hoppiness.
Suffolk
4All SaintsSt Piran Cornish Best4.0%A gold coloured bitter with plenty of hoppy bite from start to finish.Cornwall
5Atomic BreweryFission3.9%A refreshing golden ale with a wonderfully aromatic citrus flavour.Warwickshire
6BallardsMidhurst Mild3.4%Classic, dark Mild. Lightly hopped and well malted throughout without
being sweet.
Hampshire
7BatemanGHA4.2%A refreshing golden beer. Buckets of English hops give this beer a
spicy aroma followed by a balanced fruity taste.
Lincolnshire
8BathamBest Bitter4.3%A straw-coloured bitter which initially seems sweeet but a complex
dry hoppy taste soon predominates. Probably the best example of the traditional
Black Country style of bitter.
Staffordshire
9BelhavenBelhaven 80/-3.9%Just like great great great grandpa would have had. Has a classic red
appearance in the glass, rich and smooth.
East Lothian
10Black SheepTBCTBCTBCYorkshire
11Braydon AlesPot Walloper4.4%PotWalloper – household with a large fireplace for communal cooking.
A ruby coloured beer with rich malty undertones.
Wiltshire
12BreaconshireTBCTBCTBCPowys
13BroughtonThe Reiver3.6%A light coloured, refreshing ale from the land of the Border Reivers.Peeblesshire
14Burton BridgeBurton Bitter4.2%A mid amber coloured ale with a big fruity aroma and aftertasteStaffordshire
15ButcombeTBCTBCTBCAvon
16Cannon RoyallTBC 1TBCTBCWorcestershire
17Cannon RoyallTBC 2TBCTBCWorcestershire
18Clark’sTBCTBCTBCYorkshire
19CoorsTBCTBCTBCStaffordshire
20CotleighHoney Buzzard4.5%Copper coloured infused with local Wiveliscombe honey. A smooth
creamy and chocolate palate giving a subtle bitter sweet finish.
Somerset
21CotleighGolden Sea Hawk4.2%A bright golden coloured best bitter. Smooth and malty with a
background of honey falvour offering a refreshing and citrus smooth finish.
Somerset
22DareTBCTBCTBCSouth Wales
23ElgoodTBCTBCTBCCambridgeshire
24EnvilleGinger Beer4.6%Produced using root extract ginger this ingeniously created ginger
beer has a flavour which is not overpowering and is very refreshing.
West Midlands
25EverardsTiger Best4.2%An award winning best bitter brewed with crystal malt to give it a
rounded toffee character. A classic example of the perfect balance between
sweetness and bitterness.
Leicestershire
26FreeminerTBCTBCTBCGloucestershire
27Fuller’sLondon Pride4.1%Rich and smooth, with a good malty base – an a easy drinking beer
with great body and a fruity, satisfying finish.
Middlesex
28Goff’sWhite Knight4.7%A well-hopped bitter with a light colour and full-bodied tasteGloucestershire
29GrainstoreTBCTBCTBCLeicestershire
30Greene KingBack of the NetTBCTBCSuffolk
31HambletonTBCTBCTBCYorkshire
32HanbyAll Seasons4.2%Amber coloured ale with an immediate hoppy nose and taste.Shropshire
33HanbyNutcracker6.0%TBCShropshire
34HanbyScorpio Porter4.5%TBCShropshire
35HopshackleTBCTBCTBCLincolnshire
36JenningsCumberland Ale4.0%A superb golden coloured, full flavoured ale with a delicate hop
character
Cumbria
37KeltekGolden Lance4.0%Designed for the younger person’s palate, pale and fruity with a
citrus bias.
Cornwall
38LeesBitter4.0%A copper coloured beer with a malty, hoppy aroma. You are left with a
distinctive malty aftertaste. One pint is never enough!
Greater Manchester
39Loweswater BreweryLangdale4.0%Bitter with a glorious taste of English fruit.
40Malvern HillsFeelgood3.8%A light frothy beer that lives up to its name, with a floral spicy
aroma and good bittering quality.
Worcestershire
41MordueTBCTBCTBCTyne & Wear
42NailsworthTBCTBCTBCGloucestershire
43NethergateSheeps Eye4.1%Possibly aimed at the Arabic market? Maybe not!Suffolk
44Nomad Beer CoTBCTBCTBC
45North CotswoldBumble Beer4.5%Pale, balanced wheat beer, local honey and a touch of vanilla.Warwickshire
46North CotswoldSummer Solstice4.5%English style wheat beer with German & Czech hops + a touch of spice
in the aroma.
Warwickshire
47OakhamEndless Summer3.4%This light and refreshing summer beer begins with a fruity nose and
taste before an endless wave of grapefruit and bitterness comes and wipes you
out
Cambridgeshire
48Oxfordshire AlesMarshmellow4.7%A classic, strong beer with generous warming flavour. The taste is
deliciously fruity and malty with a lingering bitter aftertaste.
Oxfordshire
49PatriotLongbow4.0%A malty amber ale with a citrus nose.Warwickshire
50PottonTBCTBCTBCBedfordshire
51R C HPitchfork4.3%A golden bitter with floral citric hop aroma. A hoppy predominate
taste, slightly sweet and fruity, leaves you wanting more
Somerset
52RoostersTBCTBCTBCYorkshire
53RudgateRuby Mild4.4%Nutty, rich ruby ale. Winner of several awards. A mild ale with a
soft, rich complex taste.
Yorkshire
54Severn ValeTBCTBCTBCGloucestershire
55SharpsHoney Spice Gold4.2%Pale, straw-coloured beer with citrus hops and sweet honey. Sumptuous
bittersweet fruity taste, giving way to dry spice notes in the mouth.
Cornwall
56SkinnersBetty Stogs4.0%A pale mid-strength bitter with hoppy overtones.Cornwall
57St GeorgesDragons Blood4.8%Chocolate and crystal malt combined to give a ruby red beer with a
hint of chocolate.
Worcestershire
58StonehengePigswill4.0%A full bodied beer, not so bitter but rich in hop aroma, giving the
beer a delightful aftertaste. The warm amber colour is very appealing to the eye
Wiltshire
59TeignworthyHigh TideTBCTBCDevon
60Teme ValleyDark Stranger4.4%A dark coloured, light tasting, refreshing summer beer – what could
be stranger?!
Worcestershire
61Three CastlesTBCTBCTBCWiltshire
62Timothy TaylorLandlord 24.3%Often regarded as one of the best ales in the country, fruity, almost
“lemony” bitter. Madonna’s favourite beer!
Yorkshire
63Timothy TaylorLandlord4.3%Often regarded as one of the best ales in the country, fruity, almost
“lemony” bitter. Madonna’s favourite beer!
Yorkshire
64TringSide Pocket for a Toad3.6%Unmistakable citrus notes from only the best Cascade hops balanced
with a floral aroma and crisp dry finish make this straw coloured ale a
fantastic session beer.
Hertfordshire
65UleyTBCTBCTBCGloucestershire
66WarwickshireDarling Buds4.0%Pale lager malt makes a refreshing real ale alternative to lager.Warwickshire
67Wicked HathernHawthorn Gold4.5%Hathern derives from the Saxon word for the hawthorn which was
prevalent in the village. A light golden, easy drinking summer beer with a good
balance of hops and malt.
Leicestershire
68WychwoodHobgoblin5.5%Powerful, red, roasted malt brew. Hang on to your hats with this one!Oxfordshire
69Wye ValleyTBCTBCTBCHerefordshire
70Wyre PiddleTBCTBCTBCWorcestershire

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