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Don't miss this opportunity to see the Cloughton Rat Pack and raise funds for St Catherine's Hospice!

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Don't miss this opportunity to see the Cloughton Rat Pack and raise funds for St Catherine's Hospice!

Popular Scarborough swing bands Cloughton Rat Pack and King Willy’s Big Band will perform here on 27th April. “The fabulous and ever-popular Cloughton Rat Pack and King Willy's Big Band are swinging their way to the Brewery for what promises to be an immense night of live music, dancing, great beer, and fundraising for Saint Catherine's Hospice. Tickets are selling fast, so we’re encouraging people not to delay booking,” said Michelle Savage from our events team. Tickets for the evening of live music, which starts at 7pm on Saturday, 27th April, cost £15 per person and include a pint or a...

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We're partnering with Bridlington Road Runners to host a second 10k trail race

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We're partnering with Bridlington Road Runners to host a second 10k trail race

We're pleased to share the news that we're hosting a second trail race with Bridlington Road Runners. The success of last year's event has prompted a repeat running of the all-terrain race around the brewery’s farm and the Yorkshire Wolds. The Wold Top 10k run takes place at Hunmanby Grange on 14th September and also features a children’s 1k fun run, a hog roast and an option to camp at the award-winning brewery on the top of the Wolds. Brewery director and keen runner, Alex Balchin is looking forward to the event: “Starting from the brewery, we'll run the 10k trail race...

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We're pleased to be supporting Books by the Beach 2024

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We're pleased to be supporting Books by the Beach 2024

Scarborough’s Books by the Beach festival programme (Friday 7 - Sunday 9 June) is a heady mix of nautical adventure, powerful politics, and fascinating history. There’s sparkling performance poetry from Scottish National Poet JACKIE KAY, revelatory memoirs from prize-winning journalist POLLY TOYNBEE and comedian HELEN LEDERER, plus high hopes for sea conservation from marine biologist DR HELEN SCALES. Headliners include ‘Prince of Fashion’ PATRICK GRANT, BBC’s Security Correspondent FRANK GARDNER OBE and bestselling novelist DAVID NICHOLLS - author of recent Netflix huge hit One Day. Patrick Grant is best known as a judge on the BBC’s Great British Sewing Bee...

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Spring Drilling

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Spring Drilling

Here at Hunmanby Grange Farm, the home of Wold Top, we are currently preparing for one of the most important parts of our farming year – spring drilling. There are two types of crop plantings available to farmers: winter and spring. Winter barley and winter wheat varieties are sown shortly after harvest, late September through October, whilst spring barley and spring wheat are sown as the weather turns warmer and is more ‘springlike’. This can be anywhere from late February to late March/early April. For spring planting, we look for soil temperatures to be around 6C and rising to enable...

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Directors' Diary - Beer in Cans

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Directors' Diary - Beer in Cans

Sign up to our newsletter by following the link on this page to get the monthly Directors' Diary delivered directly to your inbox. Beer in cans is a phrase that’s been on our radar for a good few years now, and one that has caused many debates too! First things first. Do not panic. We are not suddenly going to change our entire range into cans! We are fully aware that there are lots of differing opinions about cans vs bottles in terms of quality, functionality, sustainability, recyclability, etc, but it is a market that has become popular again, so we...

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