Top award for popular Harrogate independent brewers

Daleside, one of Harrogate's longest-established and most popular microbreweries, has two reasons to celebrate.

Thursday, 1st September 2016, 8:59 am
Updated Thursday, 1st September 2016, 10:06 am
Mike Berriman and Vincent Staunton of Daleside Brewery receiving the award for Beer of The Year from Nigel Croft, branch secretary of Barnsley CAMRA, outside the Coach & Horses in Harrogate.

Firstly, its popular Monkey Wrench ale has won Beer of The Year from Yorkshire & North East CAMRA in the Old Ale and Strong Mild sector.

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Secondly, the brewery is taking another step into the craft beer market. Following on from the success of G & P – a gin infused pale ale, Daleside has launched its latest seasonal ale.

Lemongrass Thai.P.A. is a refreshing 4.0% pale ale with zesty citrus notes. Launched at the weekend at the Coach & Horses pub in Harogate, the new beer is already certain to be available at another Harrogate favourite - The Old Bell Tavern.

Vincent Staunton, Daleside’s business development manager, said:“ Developing a range of seasonal beers provides us with the opportunity to offer interesting and different styles of beers from our core range.”