Keelham Yorkshire Beer Month

Introducing our new breweries:

BAD Co (Dishforth) is a craft brewer and distiller who only started in March 2014, but they’ve already gathered a big following in beer circles and plenty of awards. For the first time we’re moving into the craft can movement and are excited to be one of the first retailers in the North to stock BAD Co’s innovative new range of cans.

Bingley Brewery are a small family run business based in Wilsden. Dad/husband Darren is the owner, head brewer, drayman, cask washer (you name it …). Mum/wife Anne is sales, casking, bartender and daughter Kat is the designer and marketing department. They brewed their first commercial beer in June 2014 and produce a modest 1000 litres a year, experimenting with ingredients and styles to make distinctive and flavourful ales.

York Brewery are a working brewery and a major tourist attraction in York. Established in 1996 their known for making excellent traditional ales, picking up awards from CAMRA and Deliciously Yorkshire.

Magic Rock Brewing (Huddersfield) have been influenced by the huge craft beer market in the US and were named ‘2nd best new brewery after only 6 months in 2012. They make hoppy, ‘big’ beers using unusual flavours like grapefruit, gooseberry and sea salt. We can’t wait to see what you think of their cans.

Vocation Brewery (Hebden Bridge) only started in May 2015 and they’ve already been voted in the top 10 best breweries by the aficionados at Why not try some of the best new beers on the street?

Great Yorkshire Brewery (Pickering) make real, honest beer with Yorkshire water, British barley, malt, yeast, whole hops and nothing else. They’re a firm favourite and classic choice.

Northern Monk Brewing Company (Leeds) Like the monks before them, Northern Monk is committed to creating the highest quality beers combining the best of traditional monastic brewing with the best of both local and internationally sourced ingredients, crafting beers to excite and remember. Their IPA was the only English brewery to win a medal in the World Beer Cup 2016.

Try before you buy Keelham Farm Shop, Thornton
Saturday 1st October

Kicking off October Beer Month at Keelham we’re delighted to have Naylors and Black Sheep coming in to sample their new craft beer range and lovely ales. Further sampling dates coming soon.

Try before you buy Keelham Farm Shop, Skipton
Various dates throughout October

We’ll be sampling throughout the month at Keelham Farm Shop, Skipton with visits from Wold Top, 14th October. Check out our events calendar for the full schedule of sampling dates. More coming soon.

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