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Perched on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, Cropton Brewery has been producing award-winning real ales since 1984. The ancient craft of brewing returned to the village when Cropton Brewery was established in the cellars of the New Inn. Customers enjoyed the first brew of 'Two Pints' to such an extent that extra beer was produced to supply outlets further afield. In 1994, the brewery was built at 'Woolcroft', the farmland behind the New Inn. Within a year production had doubled. The same year saw the introduction of their first bottle-conditioned beer.
Location: Cropton, Near Pickering, North Yorkshire
Personal Note: Try Blackout if you get the chance
In 2003 Wold Top Brewery brewed its first ale in a converted barn. Eight years on, they have won several awards and are proud of their range of all year round and special edition cask and bottled beers that include Wold Top Bitter, gluten free beer Against the Grain and Golden Summer.
Location: Wold Newton, Driffield, East Yorkshire
Personal Note: My favourite so far is Mars Magic
At Wentworth Brewery we produce great tasting beers and the finest quality spring water. Our focus is on providing the highest quality products with outstanding customer service.
Location: Wentworth, Rotherham, South Yorkshire
Saltaire Brewery was established in 2005 and is dedicated to the production of high quality, traditional English Ales. We have created a range of beers that really stand out in terms of flavour and balance. We are also on a mission to inform drinkers about what makes a great beer. Wine lovers know what they like and why - there’s no reason why we can’t do the same for beer!
Location: Shipley, West Yorkshire.
Copper Dragon Brewery was established in 2002.
Location: Skipton, North Yorkshire
Daleside Brewery was founded in the mid 1980s by a family with a brewing tradition stretching back more than 600 years.
Location: Harrogate, North Yorkshire
Established in 1996 within the historic city walls, York Brewery is both a working brewery and a major tourist attraction providing customers locally and around the country with the first traditionally brewed ales from within the walls of York for over 40 years.
Location: York, North Yorkshire
Situated in the heart of West Yorkshire, the brewery uses the finest quality English grown barley and wheat malts, together with distinctive hops from around the world. All our beers are brewed using a single variety hop (a bit like a single malt whisky) and while most of our beers are pale and hoppy our range varies from the darkest treacle stout to the lightest pale ale.
Location: Osset, West Yorkshire
"Taylor's Taste" is achieved by using only the finest natural ingredients, taking pride in the brewing process and allowing full time for the ales to ferment and mature, thereby creating a unique family of beers.
Location: Keighley, West Yorkshire
The Brass Monkey Brewery has been established to provide top quality cask conditioned real ales for both local and national consumers.
Location: Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire
Our Brewery is situated inside Atlas Mill, on the second floor, making it directly above your head when you come to The Tipp Inn, Brighouse. The former stainless steel workshop, has also been a foundry and proved to be a massive challenge when owner Davd Brown decided to convert it into a Microbrewery and Bar.
Location: Brighouse, West Yorkshire
Our focus is on providing the highest quality products with outstanding customer service. Our distinctive beers are brewed with only the finest malts and hops and we also use the same yeast strains as the original Barnsley Brewery, founded in the 1850's.
Location: Wombwell, Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Goose Eye Brewery is a small, but successful business based at Ingrow Bridge, Keighley, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. The brewery was initially established in 1991, and became a proper family run business in 1994. With over 18 years of brewing experience we have worked hard to produce the finest quality ales, using only the best ingredients and brewing methods.
Established in October 1993
Location: Knaresborough, North Yorkshire
Treboom is an exciting new microbrewery in Shipton-by-Beningbrough near York in 2011.
Location: Shipton-by-Beningbrough, York, North Yorkshire
Little Valley Brewery sits high on the Pennine moorland of Cragg Vale near to Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire. We brew an inspired range of beers, naturally refreshing and full of good taste. Established 2005.
Location: Hedben Bridge, West Yorkshire
Old Bear Brewery has been supplying its range of “no codswallop” Yorkshire ales across Northern England, and often beyond, since 1993.
Founded in 2009 we are uncompromising in our mission to brew innovative beers packed with flavour and character. We pride ourselves on hand brewing in a traditional way, but fused with magical hops sourced from all over the world. Now housed in our new brewery in the centre of Ilkley we can build on our growing reputation as brewers of excellence.
Location: Ilkley, West Yorkshire
Abbeydale Brewery was founded in 1996 by Patrick Morton and his father Hugh. The business has for the past four years grown at the rate of 25% per year. The vision was and is to produce high quality beers by sourcing the best ingredients, and paying close attention to the brewing process. Principally pale malts are used in Abbeydale recipes with hops from the UK, and also from as far afield as Peru, the Western coast of America and New Zealand.
Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Only the finest ingredients are used along with clean, clear Peak Distict water from our own borehole on the farm to make the perfect pint. We have taken great pride over the last three generations in the farming of Watt House Farm and this is part of what makes Bradfield Brewery beers special.
Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Established in 1990 the brewery was the first new brewery in Sheffield that century and has remained one of the city's largest and leading producers of fine ales.
Established in 2010. A craft brewery based in West Yorkshire.
Location: Castleford, West Yorkshire
Award-winning nanobrewery in Pocklington, East Yorkshire. Our mission is to craft outstanding traditional cask-conditioned beer and to have a great time doing it.
Location: Pocklington, East Yorkshire
The brewery produces a range of well-hopped bitters, to distinguish itself from Theakston's range of fruity and yeasty beers. The brewery quickly became successful and now produces over 50,000 barrels a year.
Location: Masham, North Yorkshire
Personal Note: Not so much a microbrewery any more!
Originally founded in 1906, Clark's of Wakefield has established a range of fine ales that are held in high regard throughout the brewing fraternity for their superior taste and quality.
Location: Wakefield, West Yorkshire
Naylor’s Brewery began in 2005, based at the Old White Bear pub in Crosshills, near Keighley. By early 2006, it became clear that we’d need to move to larger premises to meet the increasing demand for our quality handcrafted ales.
Established in 1983, Old Mill Brewery is a small independent family owned brewery, housed in an 18th century former corn mill and maltings at Snaith in East Yorkshire.
Location: Snaith, East Yorkshire
The brewery first brewed here in May 2007, following extensive research on the local and regional real ale market and peoples growing awareness of locally produced food and drink.
The brewery has continued to grow since then from offering two real ales to begin with to now offering at least five cask beers and five bottle beers at any one time. This is supplemented by regular cask swaps with a number of other like minded breweries nationwide. The brewery now regularly delivers direct to pubs, farmshops, restaurants and clubs throughout Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.
Location: South Frodingham, Winestead, Hull, East Yorkshire
The Nook Brewhouse is a bespoke brewery opened in July 2009, designed to make the most of natural local resources wherever possible; using gravity to aid the brewing process, and utilising the cool cellar built deep below the water line of the River Ribble to condition the ales.
Location: Holmfirth, West Yorkshire
Wharfedale Brewery was first established in Wetherby in the 1840s before closing after 100 years. The name reappeared for four years in Grassington in 2003 before being resurrected again by a group of sixteen friends and real ale enthusiats further down stream in Ilkley town centre in 2012.
The new Wharfedale Brewery forms an integral part of the Flying Duck, the area's first brew pub, with the beer making facilities housed in a barn at the back of the eighteenth century building..