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Award-winning brewery raises money for historic locomotive trust

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A Wold Newton brewery has raised ?320 for?The Sir Nigel Gresley Locomotive Preservation Trust Ltd. Award-winning Wold Top Brewery donated 10p from the sale of each bottle of its popular locomotive ale, A4 Amber, at events throughout 2008, including the popular Spring?LNER Steam Festival. Visitors to the festival were treated to an impressive line up of engines including the three working Gresley A4 Pacifics; Sir Nigel Gresley, Union of South Africa and Bittern and a newly restored North Eastern Railway?Q6 No 63395. Wold Top Brewery?s head brewer and steam enthusiast Tony O?Rourke Kilburn presented the cheque to the Trust?s Roger...

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Wold Top Brewery goes Against the Grain to help Coeliac Sufferers

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An award-winning East Yorkshire brewery is responding to the needs of the growing number of people withCoeliac disease and gluten intolerances with the launch of a gluten free beer at?IFE 2009 (ExCel, London 15-18th March). Wold Top brewery has been brewing Against the Grain for the Fine Ale Club (www.ale4home.co.uk) since 2007 and in conjunction with the Fine Ale Club can now market it alongside its own range of bottled and cask ales. Against the Grain, Britain?s first and favourite gluten free beer, is a premium, full flavoured bitter beer with a good head, refreshing bitterness and a citrus hop...

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Yorkshire Coast brewery supports publicans with a special brew

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It?s well documented that pubs tend to feel the pinch in times of economic hardship as people economise by drinking at home, so a Yorkshire coast brewery has lent its support to the region?s on trade by brewing a special cask ale that?s only available in pubs. 600 acre bitter is the latest ale from award-winning Wold Top Brewery,based at Wold Newton near Driffield.? Brewed to a traditional recipe, it is a hoppy ale with a long, dry aftertaste whose depth and flavour profile belie its low alcohol content (3.7%). Brewery owner Tom Mellor explains how the beer got its...

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Brewery supports Hull CAMRA festiva

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An award winning Yorkshire coast brewery is supporting the 2009 Hull and East Riding Real Ale and Cider Festival next month. Wold Top Brewery?s Wold Top Bitter, Mars Magic, Voluptuous Vicky and A4 Amber will be amongst the 100 plus real ales, cider and bottled beers to be enjoyed by visitors to the three day festival. Now in its ninth year, the festival, organised by the?Hull and East Riding Branch for the Campaign for Real Ale(CAMRA), will be held at Hull College?s Horncastle Buildng on George Street on 16th to 18th April. Wold Top Bitter is the brewery?s flagship ale...

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Brewery's New Recruits

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An award winning Yorkshire coast brewery has boosted its team with two new staff. Wold Top Brewery?s double digit growth has meant that increased manpower is necessary at the Wold Newton micro-brewery. The appointment of Paul Bellinger as Business? Manager and Andy Reid as Assistant Brewer takes the brewery?s headcount up to six. Scarborough based Paul has a wealth of brewery experience and joins Wold Top Brewery from Everards Brewery where he was a National Account Manager responsible for developing sales throughout the North of England.? He also has technical and quality assurance experience and will be assisting brewery owner...

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