OUR MUCH LOVED OSSETT BEERS THAT ARE AVAILABLE ALL YEAR ROUND
A traditional, easy drinking Yorkshire Bitter, made from all British ingredients. Pale copper in colour, this beer initially has sweet malt and honey on the palate, followed by a moderately bitter finish. The delicate hop aromas can be described as floral and spicy.
PALE SESSION ALE
This beer pays homage to our stunning Yorkshire heartland, the inspiration behind everything we brew. This pale ale is full-bodied, well-rounded and slightly sweet on the palate. A generous addition of Mount Hood hops late in the boil result in a delicate fruity aroma.
HOPPY PALE ALE
This very pale, hoppy ale is made from low colour malt. A combination of Cascade, Columbus & Amarillo hops produce an intensely aromatic and resinous finish.
AMERICAN PALE ALE
One of the original Ossett core beers from 1998 and SIBA national champion. This regal beer continues to be a timeless classic. A simple combination of pale malt and American Cascade hops result in a crisp, dry and refreshing pale ale with aromas of citrus fruit and balanced bitterness.
CHOCOLATE ORANGE STOUT
A deliciously rich and full-bodied stout, brewed from pale, roasted and chocolate malts. Smooth and with moderate bitterness, chocolate flavours dominate the palate paired with aromas of orange and vanilla.
DRY-HOPPED PALE ALE
Latin for ‘forever upwards’ and signified by the soaring Yorkshire Red Kite. Three times SIBA national champion and the strongest beer in our core range.
A classic pale ale, brewed from British pale malt and US Cascade hops. Smooth, fruity and full-bodied, with a deceptive bitterness to complement its alcohol strength. Refreshing citrus hop aromas complete the sensory pleasure.
Our first seasonal of the year is now available to order! More coming soon...
SINGLE HOP SERIES - AMERICAN PALE ALE
A crisp, clean and moderately bitter golden ale, brewed from English pale malt and American Pekko hops. A fruity dryness on the palate is followed by floral, melon and pineapple aromas.
Fun Fact: Pekko hops are named after the Finnish god of field and crops.