A Yorkshire Coast micro-brewery is celebrating after beating established breweries throughout Yorkshire to take third prize in a TV documentary to find Yorkshire?s Perfect Pint.
The quest to find Yorkshire?s Perfect Pint took David Aynesworth, owner of the Craven Arms at Appletreewick, all over Yorkshire to visit breweries large and small.? David was keen to visit Wold Newton?s Top Brewery as it is one of only a few breweries that grows its own malting barley and hops and has its own source of chalk filtered Wolds water.? He was not disappointed and the popular and award-winning light beer, Wold Gold, took the third prize, ahead of beers from bigger, more established breweries.
The Perfect Pint placing adds to the micro brewery?s impressive list of awards and accolades for its Wold Gold, Wolds Way, Falling Stone and Wold Top Bitter ales.? Consumers can buy bottled beers via the website at?www.woldtopbrewery.co.uk and from retailers, farmers? markets, farm shops, pubs and off licences throughout Yorkshire and North East Lincolnshire and can enjoy well kept cask ales at many pubs throughout North Yorkshire including The Cask in Scarborough and The Coachman at Snainton.? The Wold Top team will also be Sledmere House Food and Craft Festival on 5th-7th December and Driffield School Christmas Fair on 7th December in addition to Driffield Farmers? Markets on 6th and 20th December.
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