WE’RE BACK! – A very warm welcome to you to the 10th Annual North Leeds Charity Beer Festival, after an unintended break of two years due to the pandemic.
The Festival is run for the Rotary Club of Roundhay and in addition to celebrating our 10th Festival the Rotary Club celebrates its 60th anniversary this year so we are celebrating these two events.
Once again we are presenting a good selection of locally brewed beers, along with our popular Gin and Prosecco Bar and our bar staff look forward to serving you some delicious brews. We are following all guidelines for hosting the event during the threat of Covid.
A great programme of music, from jazz to hard rock is being showcased by a number of local bands for your enjoyment.
Over the years we have served 8,500 discerning drinkers with over 50,000 glasses of beer and have staged 110 performances by local bands and artistes with over 420 musicians involved. These efforts have enabled us to donate over £50,000, the entire proceeds to local, national and international charities. The local charities to benefit include John Jamieson School, Cash for Kids, CATCH Harehills, St Gemma’s and Roundhay Stroke Club.
The event is run on an entirely voluntary basis and we thank all volunteers, whether it be serving beer, dishing up pie and peas, selling tokens or helping with the set up and break down of the event. A special thank you to Sam Parker for his work on organising the beers, and for personally tasting and approving each one!
We have fantastic support from our sponsors, our headline sponsors being Morley Glass and Glazing and Express in the Home, and all our individual barrel sponsors. Please give them your support. Thanks also to our hosts, North Leeds Cricket Club for the use of the premises.
Finally we thank you for your support in attending the festival and in helping us to help others within our community.
The Rotary Club of Roundhay will be featuring 32 cask ales from 8 local independent and microbreweries as well as gin, fizz & live music.
1 Chin Chin, South Elmsall Alone in the Dark 5.6% Stout Traditional dark, rich & smooth stout
2 Chin Chin, South Elmsall Galaxy’s Edge 4.2% Pale A pale beer single hopped with Australian Galaxy hops giving it notes of citrus, peach passionfruit
3 Chin Chin, South Elmsall Mandatory Challenger 4.1% Bitter Traditional bitter brewed with UK Challenger hops
4 Chin Chin, South Elmsall Waimea River 3.9% Pale Light pale, single hopped with New Zealand Waimea hops giving it hints of orange and pine
5 Harrogate Brewing Company, Harrogate TBC
6 Harrogate Brewing Company, Harrogate TBC
7 Harrogate Brewing Company, Harrogate TBC
5 Harrogate Brewing Company, Harrogate TBC
9 Kirkstall, Kirkstall Dexter Tiramisu 4.5% Milk Stout Dark in colour with a subtle coffee taste – very light & drinkable
10 Kirkstall, Kirkstall Jasper Mosaic x Idaho 4.3% Hazy Pale An unfined pale with a soft mouthfeel and a double hit of tropical, mango & passionfruit *may be hazy
11 Kirkstall, Kirkstall Light Dinner Ale 3.3% Table Beer Low in ABV and light in flavour – an easy drinking table beer
12 Kirkstall, Kirkstall Mild 1885 5.0% Mild A dark mild re-created from the original 1885 recipe
13 Ossett, Ossett Chinook 4.0% Pale Single hop beer using the slightly spicy Chinook hop
14 Ossett, Ossett Voodoo 5.0% Stout Chocolate orange stout
15 Ossett, Ossett White Rat 4.0% Pale The now iconic, easy drinking, hoppy pale
16 Ossett, Ossett Yorkshire Blonde 3.9% Blonde Thirst-quenching, pale session ale
17 Rat, Huddersfield Anthrats 4.5% Stout Eight malt stout with moderate bitterness Roast, chocolate & coffee flavours dominate
18 Rat, Huddersfield Cheating Rat 4.1% Pale Refreshing citrus ale brewed with American Summit hops
19 Rat, Huddersfield King Rat 5.0% IPA IPA brewed with New Zealand Nelson Sauvin hops
20 Rat, Huddersfield Rat Bike 6.0% NEIPA NEIPA hopped with American Idaho & Cashmere hops to give that tropical fruit aroma
21 Quirky. Garforth Blonde 3.8% Blonde Ale A crisp, refreshing light beer with a tropical, citrus aftertaste
22 Quirky. Garforth Classic 5.7% Dark Strong A tribute to the classic “Old Peculier” – a dark, smooth beer made with roasted malts
23 Quirky. Garforth Hip Hop IPA 5.5% IPA Hopped with Centennial, Cascade & Simcoe to provide a refreshing citrus taste
24 Quirky. Garforth Quirky Bitter 4.0% Bitter Chestnut coloured bitter with a good balance between malt and hop flavours
25 Wilde Child, Armley American Gangster 4.4% US Pale US pale brewed with Magnum, Centennial & Ekuanot hops – easy drinking with classic citrus flavours
26 Wilde Child, Armley Days of Wilde 4.9% Milk Stout “Dessert in a glass” – a super creamy, super flavoursome banoffee dark beer
27 Wilde Child, Armley Humble Beginnings 4.0% US Pale A clone of Wilde Child’s first ever all-grain brew – a simple beer brewed with Cascade & Citra hops
28 Wilde Child, Armley Imposter Infiltrator 4.2% US Pale Generous amounts of Amarillo & Ekuanot hops make for an easy drinking, fruity beer
29 Wishbone, Keighley Abyss 4.3% Stout Rich dark stout – the flavours provided by the roast malts with the English hops in the background
30 Wishbone, Keighley Common Chord 4.3% Bitter A blend of East Kent Goldings & Styrian Goldings fermented with ESB yeast *may be hazy
31 Wishbone, Keighley Greenflute 5.0% GF Pale Gluten free pale ale dry hopped with Citra, Mosaic and Simcoe
32 Wishbone, Keighley Tiller Pin 4.2% US Pale Hoppy pale with all American hops Citra, Chinook and Cascade
North Leeds Cricket Club, The Homestead, Old Park Road, Roundhay, Leeds LS8 1JX