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BREWERY OPEN DAY

BREWERY OPEN DAY

Join us on Saturday August 1st to celebrate Yorkshire Day with a pint, some top notch street food and some funky sounds. Why not sign up for a tour of the brewery whilst you’re here too?   We regularly get asked if we can offer tours and host meet the brewer events etc. More often [...]

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AWARDS SUCCESS

AWARDS SUCCESS

We’re delighted to share the news that on Friday February 13th we won a bronze medal at the 2015 International Brewing Awards for Baby-Faced Assassin, our 6.1% IPA that was recently added to our core range of beers in cask, keg and can.   The Awards, judged by professional brewers from across the globe, are [...]

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CANNED BEER LAUNCH

CANNED BEER LAUNCH

So, here we are. It’s 2015 and we’d like to wish everyone a Happy New Year. And, after months of hard work behind the scenes, what better way to start the year than with the launch of our canned beers?!   We’ve teamed up with our friends at Beer Ritz in Headingley, Leeds, to offer [...]

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CANNING UPDATE

CANNING UPDATE

  Since we announced a few weeks ago that we’re soon to be installing a canning machine at the brewery, we’ve been really pleased with the amount of positive feedback we’ve received – both via social media and whilst out and about conducting important market research / quality control in the pub.   One question [...]

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YES, WE CAN!

YES, WE CAN!

  We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be launching a range of our award-winning beers in 330ml cans, having recently invested in a canning machine, which is to be installed at brewery before the end of the year.   We’re delighted to be able to share this news, as we know that cans are becoming [...]

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FRESH HOP

FRESH HOP

  We’ve come up with a brand new seasonal beer that’s brewed with hops harvested a mere six hours before they were added to the boil.   Each year, brewers who attend Charles Faram‘s Hop Walk (these are the guys we buy our hops from) are offered the chance to buy a few sacks of [...]

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WHITE ROSE

WHITE ROSE

Harrogate Homeless Project To Benefit From Charity Beer   White Rose is a 4% abv. pale ale that’s brewed to coincide with Yorkshire Day (August 1st) each year, with 10p from each pint sold being donated by Rooster’s to a chosen Yorkshire-based charity. This year the beneficiaries are the Harrogate Homeless Project; a registered charity [...]

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THE GOLDEN EAGLE

THE GOLDEN EAGLE

There’s a whole lot of hoopla surrounding this year’s Tour de France and quite right too, because, unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past couple of years, you’ll know that Le Grand Départ is taking place in God’s own county this year.   As with many of our fellow brewers in Yorkshire, [...]

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JUNE SPECIALS

JUNE SPECIALS

  Here are the finer details about the two specials we’ve got lined up for June…   You may or may not be aware, but Sean Franklin, Rooster’s founding brewer, was streets ahead of the game when it comes to brewing hop-forward, pale beers that use bucket-loads of New World hops. Not only that, Sean [...]

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AWARDS SUCCESS!

AWARDS SUCCESS!

  Rooster’s is delighted to announce a double triumph in the 2014 Design Awards, which are run by the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA). We were Highly Commended in both the Best Range of Bottle Labels and Best Total Design Concept categories at the Design Awards held as part of SIBA’s national BeerX event in [...]

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LIBERATOR

LIBERATOR

  We’ve come up with a brand new recipe for a strong pale ale called Liberator, which will be one of our two specials available in cask for March. Available in limited supply and crammed full of hop flavour, backed up by a bitter kick, Liberator is not to be missed.   Liberator – Alc. [...]

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JESTER

JESTER

  We’ve brewed a limited edition, one-off beer using a new English hop called Jester, which is now available in cask.   Unlike 99% of the other hops we brew with, which are shipped in from all corners of the globe, Jester is a new English and only a small amount is currently grown. We [...]

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