Nelly's Ale 4.3% standard bitter, fruity with a hoppy aftertaste(Fuggles). Nelly is Neil's nickname
Gunslingers Bitter 4.3% creamy flavoured ruby ale, bittered with Challenger & dry-hopped with Fuggles,
Emberzale 4.3% dark mild ale, rich & fruity, was 4.1%, Top mild at Doncaster & Merrie City 2004.
Black Drake 3.7% a black mild ale,
Knee Knocker 4.0% pale fruity & refreshing Summer beer
Sharpshooter 5.0% fruity sweetish ruby ale (Winter)
All The Way 3.8% light summer beer
Newton Bar Bitter 4.3% developed from Nelly's but well dry-hopped to take away any sweetness
Bridge Gold 3.8% mid coloured fruity session bitter, primed for a fuller flavour
Gold 3.9% aromatic butterscotch-y bronze-gold beer developed from Knee Knocker but with more crystal malt
Whitley's Winter Warmer 4.9% copper hued with accent on crystal malt, aka Mrs T's Winter Warmer
Kudos 5.0% deceptively easy drinking golden strong ale brewed with Maris Otter pale & crystal malt, hopped throughout with aromatic Styrian Goldings
the Silver Street premises, where Neil had been intending to expand into the part still occupied by Silver Street Garage
This is Neil Land, proprietor of Whitley Bridge Brewery, working away with his little scrubber.
Neil's brother-in-law Rich gave up a job in printing to work in the brewery.
The Whitley Bridge cask washer
Evening "do's" at the brewery were wondrous affairs.
sparging arm spinning around over the grains in the mash tun
well insulated brewing vessels
Whitley Bridge's lively yeast
Wakefield CAMRA Chairman Mark Goodair presents a commemorative certificate to Whitley Bridge Brewery proprietor Neil Land.
overall view of the brewing kit
guest brewer Pat Wallis pitches in the yeast
pumpclip for beer brewed by Pat wallis as a guest brewer for Merrie City