Try our range from the bar including regular guest beers
Old Peculier 5.6% ABV
”A truly unique world famous beer, rich, dark and smooth– tasting, in a class of its own.”
The power of Old Peculier should never be under-estimated! A dark, strong beer Old Peculier is justifiably famous for its rich and complete character, its sheer strength – and for being a beer with a long history.
The beer that made Masham famous!
A rich, dark, smooth-tasting beer with an unequalled flavour. Brewed using the traditional Fuggle hop, Old Peculier is Theakstons best known beer and has a large and enthusiastic following all over Britain and around the world
Theakston Traditional Mild 3.5% ABV
“A dark, dry, satisfying pint”
Wrongly derided in recent years as an “old bloke’s drink”, the best milds can be simply sublime. Theakston Mild is particularly notable because of the three-malt brewing process we use. Each different malt (pale, crystal and black malt) makes its own contribution, and the result is a dark, dry, satisfying pint.
Mild was first created in the middle of the 19th century as a cheaper and, in many cases, weaker alternative to the darker ales prevalent at that time. Mild was particularly popular among farm and factory workers as a way of replenishing liquid lost through physical labour. By the mid-20th century, mild was the most popular kind of draught beer in Britain
Theakston’s Black Bull Bitter 3.9% ABV
“A pronounced citrus fruit ﬂavour and aroma”
This bitter was originally brewed to commemorate our original pub and brewhouse. It was so popular we kept on brewing it and made it a permanent member of our classic ale range. More bitter than Best, this refreshing beer is hopped using traditional Golding hops.
A bright amber bitter, well attenuated to give a crisp, refreshingly dry taste. The late and dry-hopping with Golding hops ensures a pronounced citrus fruit flavour and aroma.
Marston’s Pedigree 4.5% ABV
“Marston’s Pedigree – an exceptional premium ale”
Marston’s Pedigree has always been crafted using the finest natural ingredients to ensure you receive a truly exceptional beer. We only use natural Burton spring water and traditional varieties of barley and hops (Maris Otter barley, Fuggles and Golding hops), rather than less expensive, commercially grown modern hybrids.
Unique in the world, it is still brewed in the oak casks of the Burton Unions to preserve its unique character, consistent quality and taste
Guinness Draught 4.3% ABV
Guinness is an Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness at St. James’s Gate, Dublin
John Smith’s Ale 3.8% ABV
Tadcaster’s finest ale is named after its favourite son. The original John Smith began brewing his unique, quaffable beer there in 1847 and with a ready market in the town’s thirsty mill workers and factory hands, the family business soon became something of an empire.
John supped his last pint on this earth in 1879. But his name lives on today as a byword for great times and a good honest, easy drinking beer.
Birra Moretti 4.6% ABV
Birra Moretti is a quality beer made in the traditional way. It is the result of a production process that has remained almost unchanged since 1859. The best raw materials are used to make Birra Moretti, as well as a special blend of high quality hops that gives it a unique taste and fragrance, enhancing its perfectly balanced bitter taste.
Fosters 4% ABV
FOSTER’S is an easy-drinking lager that is perfectly balanced with moderate vanilla tasting notes and no hard edges or bitter aftertaste for perfect refreshment.
Cloudy Apple 4.5% ABV
A cloudy, sparkling, yet refreshing, cider.