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YATES BREWERY


Isle of Wight, Hampshire

 

The Tates' Brewery is located on the Isle of Wight, Hampshire.  Brewing started in 2000 and now has over 30 regular outlets.  Bottling started in 2003 and in 2004 the brewery won Bronze in the Champion Beer of Britain competition with Yates' Special Draught.  All the draught beers are available in bottled conditioned form.  Seasonal beers are also available.

 

See below for a range of regular award-winning beers brewed by The Yates' Brewery, tasting notes and information on each beer:


Yates Undercliff Experience, 4.1% abv

An amber ale with a bittersweet, malt and hop taste and a dry, lemon edge that dominates the bitter finish.


Yates Blonde Ale, 4.5% abv

A golden beer with a malty aroma, laced with floral, citrus hops.  The taste is hoppy and bitter to start, with smooth malt support and light lemon notes.  Dry, hoppy aftertaste.


Yates Holy Joe, 4.9% abv

Golden, with lots of citrus immediately evident in the aroma, and subtle malt emerging later.  Plenty of bitterness features in the mouth along with slightly toasted, sweet malt flavours, pronounced tangy-citrus notes and spicy coriander.  Bitter, hoppy, spicy and lightly toasted finish.


Yates Wight Winter, 5.0% abv

A ruby ale with malty milk chocolate at first in the nose, then plenty of orange fruit.  It is bitter, malty and roasted to taste, with a perfumed bitter orange notes always present. Bitter, roasted, perfumed finish.


Yates Special Draught (YSD), 5.5% abv

Golden in colour, with a tart fruit nose, this strong beer has a dry, hoppy, bitter taste that belies its strength to some degree. Fruit notes emerge and linger in the dry, bitter, hoppy aftertaste.  This beer won Champion Bottled Beer of Britain 2004 Bronze Medal.


Old Ale, 7.6% abv

A rich dark coloured prepared using pale and roasted malts with torrified wheat.  Three hops are used to give a rich full bodied beer.


Yates Best Bitter, 3.8% abv

Initial sweetness is quickly balanced by subtle fruitiness and moderate hop bitterness.  You should expect a full flavour and bitter-sweet aftertaste.


Yates Yule Be Sorry, 7.6% abv

A rich dark coloured prepared using pale and roasted malts with torrified wheat.  Three hops are used to give a rich full bodied beer.



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