The Yorkshire Beer Bible: A Drinkers Guide to the Brewers, Beers and Pubs of God’s own County

In this comprehensive new guide to Yorkshire brewing, renowned beer writer Simon Jenkins trawls the length and breadth of Britain’s biggest county seeking out the brewers old and new, large and small, which between them have created an astonishing resurgent beer scene.

From fiercely traditional brewers producing time-honoured beers in slate Yorkshire squares, to the new-wave craft brewers embracing a dizzying variety of imported hops; from the ancient brewer hemmed in by a tight knot of cobbled streets to the brewery established in the disused toilets of a rugby league ground – Simon found them all.

This entertaining journey around the county lists every brewer Simon could find – 166 at the last count – and features lots of his favourite beers and some of the best places to drink them.

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In this comprehensive new guide to Yorkshire brewing, renowned beer writer Simon Jenkins trawls the length and breadth of Britain’s biggest county seeking out the brewers old and new, large and small, which between them have created an astonishing resurgent beer scene. 

From fiercely traditional brewers producing time-honoured beers in slate Yorkshire squares, to the new-wave craft brewers embracing a dizzying variety of imported hops; from the ancient brewer hemmed in by a tight knot of cobbled streets to the brewery established in the disused toilets of a rugby league ground – Simon found them all.

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