T & R Theakston

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Nestled in the picturesque market town of Masham in North Yorkshire, Theakston’s Brewery stands as an enduring testament to the art of brewing, tradition, and unwavering commitment to quality. Established in 1827 by Robert Theakston, this historic brewery has been producing some of the UK’s finest ales for nearly two centuries.

At the heart of Theakston’s Brewery is a commitment to crafting exceptional ales. The brewery is renowned for its full-bodied, flavourful beers, with the flagship Old Peculier being a standout favourite. This rich and dark ale, also known as Yorkshire’s favourite “lunatic broth”, boasts a complex blend of malts and a subtle fruitiness, making it a quintessential English beer experience.

Guided tours through Theakston’s Brewery offer an immersive experience into the art of brewing. Visitors can witness the process firsthand, from the mashing and boiling of the wort to the fermentation and conditioning of the beer.

The Black Bull, the brewery’s historic pub adjacent to the brewing site, invites visitors to enjoy a pint of Theakston’s ale in a cozy, welcoming atmosphere. It’s the perfect setting to immerse oneself in the local culture and engage in conversation with fellow beer enthusiasts.


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