#AroundTheNorthIn80Beers - day 48
Beer: Juiced In Time
Brewery: Ilkley Brewery
We're well on the way into the second half of the blogathon, and on into Ilkley...
First things first, this has a very fruity aroma and it tastes like a beer would taste if it was pop.
I know that might sound odd, but it feels like pop without straying from being a beer, or, God forbid, being like an alcopop.
It’s just such an easy to drink beer.
It has the freshness of a cider but just tastes like a great beer, a little fruity and moreish.
Where in the North?
"The picturesque town of Ilkley is situated in the Wharfe Valley, at the southern end of the Yorkshire Dales. The former spa town rose to fame in the nineteenth century when thousands visited for the fresh invigorating air and first class hotels. The town may no longer be a premier health resort but it is still renowned for its fresh air, moorland and beautiful countryside with a selection of quality accommodation." - https://www.visitbradford.com/discover/Ilkley.aspx
In the famous song "On Ilkley Moor Ba Tat", 'Bar T'at is local dialect for 'without a hat'.
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