#AroundTheNorthIn80Beers day 33
Beer: Yorkshire Terrier
Brewer: York Brewery
I’ll make a bold statement. I don’t think anywhere makes bitter better than Yorkshire.
After a short run in the heat, this is about as good as it gets when it comes to a beer to relax with.
The bottle says “rich and creamy” and the contents deliver.
This is typical Yorkshire. The blurb on the bottle is no nonsense and so is the beer.
I’m starting to sound like a fan boy who wants to live in Yorkshire, but this is my first experience of this beer and it’s just so nice.
To be fair, when I’ve blogged about beers that aren’t to my taste, I’ve pointed out that others might enjoy them. There might be some people out there who don’t enjoy this.
It’s just a straightforward, high quality bitter with a really fresh taste and a touch of sour.
Where in the North?
In the heart of the proud county of Yorkshire, York, is a stunningly beautiful walled city, sitting on two rivers, with a fantastic Minster and pedestrianised shopping streets that are always a pleasure to walk, whether or not you’re in the mood for buying.
Visitors should check out The Shambles, a beautifully preserved Medieval street.
Find out more: https://www.visityork.org/
Fun fact: York is reputed to be Europe’s most haunted city, with more than 500 ghosts in the city centre.
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