Centenary Way Mild has been created to celebrate our great British beer heritage and will be launched at the Ryedale Festival of Food and Drink Festival at Castle Howard on 25th and 26th 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%.
Gill Mellor, who owns the Wold Newton Brewery with husband Tom, explains the significance of the name ?We name all of our ales after inspirational places and momentous occasions and Centenary Way Mild has been brewed to reflect and commemorate the walk of the same name that traverses the Howardian Hills and the Yorkshire Wolds on its way between York and Filey.? As the walk runs through Castle Howard estate, it seemed appropriate that we should launch it there.?
Visitors to the fourth two day food and drink extravaganza will be able to taste the new ale and will be able to buy other beers from the award-winning range that includes all year round ales including Wold Top Bitter, Wold Gold, and Wolds Way together with seasonal specials like A4 Amber.
Wold Top Brewery will be one of 60 companies showcasing Yorkshire?s finest food and drink in all weather marquees whilst the region?s chefs will be giving demonstrations in the cookery theatre.
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