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a general name for beer made with a top fermenting yeast

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Just a minute's walk from the Navigation Street entrance to New Street Station, with an excellent range of eight real ales, this subterranean pub is a great place for lovers of traditional ale.
It's a traditional ale brewed with attention to balance, highlighting both malt and hops.
There will be seven varieties of traditional ale and cider, and live bands including this year's Godiva Unsigned Winners, Dark Actors.
Wheat beer is quite an old style of beer, a traditional ale that would have been brewed a long time ago.
Guests can enjoy a meal throughout the day in The Howff - sitting by one of the two large log fires and enjoying a whisky, a pint of traditional ale or a fine wine.
Today in the early 21st century there are not many traditional pubs in Middlesbrough that sell traditional ale when compared with other English towns and cities.
McAuliffe, who was exposed to traditional ale while serving with the U.
Linda Green, Gateshead Council's cabinet member for culture, said: "This is a really important year in Geordie culture and what better way to celebrate it than with a glass of local, traditional ale.
The 11-strong workforce at Highgate Brewery in Sandy Mount Road, Walsall, can look forward to some Christmas cheer after being flooded with orders from all over the UK for their five-litre casks of traditional ale in time for the festive season.
A POPULAR pub in the heart of Cardiff's student area has landed a prestigious award from traditional ale lovers.
69, a traditional ale from the Lincolnshire Wolds, combining distinctive bitterness with caramel overtones and deeper hints of autumnal spice.
In establishing Shenstone Brew Co, we aim to put a contemporary twist on the traditional ale market by widening our appeal to new, style-conscious customers who might not normally choose local cask conditioned beers.
It's a very hoppy traditional ale, so it may be too bitter for some but perfect if you like your beers packed with taste and flavour.