Local brewery in ‘Tryanuary’ drinks scheme

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 23 Jan 2019

An East Yorkshire brewery has unveiled two limited edition ales as part of a national campaign aimed at supporting the beer industry.

Wold Top Brewery, based near Driffield, was founded in 2003 by Tom and Gill Mellor.

The business is now supporting Tryanuary, which encourages more people to support local breweries and pubs.

The first of the two Wold Top Brewery cask beers is Dawn of Time, a light, golden, pale ale.

The second, Cirrus, is the first of six cloud-themed beers for 2019 and is an amber ale with aromas of cedar, pine and spice.

Alex Balchin, brewery manager at Wold Top, said: “Tryanuary encourages people to champion local beer and in celebration of this, and of every other month of the year, we have doubled the number of limited edition cask beers that we will be introducing throughout 2019.

“Each month there will be both a ‘familiar’ beer, including the reintroduction of some old favourites, plus a brand new ale with either a cloud or a Greek gods and goddesses theme. We love creating new beers for our fans to try and we’d welcome any feedback, particularly via social media with the hashtag #Tryanuary to help spread the word.”

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