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Scarborough duo Dani and James will make their Wold Top debut on 22nd June

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Scarborough duo Dani and James will make their Wold Top debut on 22nd June

Tickets have gone on sale for our next live music night on 22nd June. We're excited to share the news that internationally acclaimed Scarborough duo Dani and James will perform at the brewery next month. “After three years entertaining guests on board luxury cruise ships, Dani and James are back in Yorkshire and we’re looking forward to welcoming them to the brewery for the first time. They are an acoustic duo whose repertoire includes all the hits that people love, from the 1950s to the present day. It promises to be a great evening of live music and great beer,” said Michelle...

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We're bringing Shakespeare back to the Wolds!

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We're bringing Shakespeare back to the Wolds!

Following last year's successful event, we're pleased to share the news that we're bringing live theatre back to the Yorkshire Wolds with an alternative take on Shakespeare.  Touring company 440 Theatre will revisit the brewery on 12th July to deliver a performance of Shakespeare with a difference. As part of a double bill, the troupe of four actors will be performing A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Twelfth Night in one evening.  “Prepare for an unforgettable night of laughter and with a British Seaside Twist!” said Wold Top director Kate Balchin.  “Experience the hilarity of two of the Bard’s best comedies condensed...

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Books by the Beach Beer Naming Competition

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Books by the Beach Beer Naming Competition

“I do like to be beside the seaside” - book festival beer naming competition We are partnering with Books by the Beach again for the annual festival beer naming competition. This year’s book festival dates are Friday 7 -Sunday 9 June and the full programme is available to view www.booksbythebeach.co.uk.All authors are appearing in-person with book signings at each event. Tickets are on sale at the YMCA box office, St Thomas St, Scarborough or online http://ymcatheatre.uk/books’. The festival is attracting great headliners including bestselling novelist David Nicholls (author of Netflix hit ‘One Day’), comedian Helen Lederer, BBC’s security correspondent Frank...

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Hello Velo!

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Hello Velo!

As Hello Velo is this month's special edition beer, and we’re hosting the Sundown 60 again at the end of this month, we thought it might be nice to focus on our interest in cycling this month!  Hello Velo was our first official cycling themed beer, launched back in 2014 when the Tour de France Grand Depart came to Yorkshire. As avid cyclists and cycling enthusiasts, this was an opportunity not to be missed. One, to show our support for the region and two, to showcase and promote our beer to a new audience.  As a family we have always...

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Have you tried Rip Curl yet?

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Have you tried Rip Curl yet?

If you haven't tried our latest barrel-aged beer yet, you're in for a treat!  Rip Curl, alc 8.5% vol, has been created by ageing Marmalade Porter in whisky casks for 15 months. It is a deliciously smooth beer with complex fruity flavours from the dark, roasted, chocolate, and coffee flavours of the beer combined with the light, fruity, vanilla notes of Filey Bay. Rip Curl is the fourth in our Ebb & Flow series of beers, a collaboration between sister company Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery and us. It costs £4.56 for 330 ml and is available online here and from selected independent retailers....

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