An award winning Yorkshire coast brewery is celebrating national Mild Month with a farmers? market promotion.
Every year, CAMRA, the?Campaign for Real Ale, celebrates May as Mild Month in order to champion the traditional drink of Mild beer.
Yorkshire Coast micro-brewery Wold Top Brewery is joining in the celebrations by offering 25% off cases of Centenary Way Mild at Driffield and Scarborough?s farmers? markets during May.
Reminiscent of an era when mild beers were the most popular ales in the country, Wold Top Brewery?s Centenary Way Mild is a lightly hopped ale with a slightly nutty flavour and an ABV of 3.5%.? It was launched to commemorate the walk of the same name that traverses the Howardian Hills and the Yorkshire Wolds on its way between York and Filey.
Wold Top Brewery?s Tom Mellor said;? ?Mild month gives us a great opportunity to encourage people to try mild beer.? At 3.5% ABV it?s low in alcohol, but not in taste, so appeals to people who want a low alcohol beer that doesn?t compromise on flavour.?
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