The White Swan, West End, Stokesley, behind which is located the Captain Cook Brewery
the new Captain Cook logo
Ian Jackson, head brewer at Captain Cook Brewery explains the importance of fasteninging the port of the copper correctly.
This looks like comething out of Jules Verne but it's the Captain Cook copper (gas fired).
grist hopper and steps to loft
Loft for storage of malt: note the hi-tech system for getting the malt sacks up there, not.
A new fermenter has arrived recently - note that it has had a past.
The perforated false floor of the mash tun comes in segments - easy to clean, but the segments will only fit in a certain order.
No, boys, you're on camera 1.
Ian Jackson receives a commemorative certificate from Mark Goodair, chairman of Wakefield CAMRA. Ian's parrot joins in the fun.
Our young, fit and energetic Branch Chairman.
Mike Abba, Wakefield CAMRA Treasurer gets these shirts in Hull Market.
Wakefield CAMRA members, Mike Abba, Richard Horrocks and Colin Beardsmore.
Richard's something like 120 years old, and the secret of his longevity is Real Ale!
another shot of Richard - take your pick!
Bob Whitehead from the Lupset Sub-Branch and Albert Bradbury. You are invited to post your comments below!
Albert Bradbury - looks genial doesn't he?
I think he's learning to count.
Nobody wanted to disillusion Ian about his parrot.
This new minibus from Browns Coaches of South Kirkby, here parked opposite the White Swan in elegant Stokesley, is heaps better than the old Iveco Tin Box that we used to get if we were unlucky.