The KWVR has received much acclaim for the real ale served on its train services. As demand fluctuates it has not been possible to accurately predict the ales that will served on any given service. We have therefore changed our announcement to what beers you can expect to see being served at the on-train bar in the near future.
Coming soon to the ‘cellar’, our guest ales are:
Oldershaw Brewery – Great Charter
A dark rich ruby-hued beer with caramel and toffee flavours balanced with dark malts and rich fruity aromas.his chestnut-coloured beer is brewed using pale ale and crystal malt, which gives it a full-bodied flavour.
Abbeydale Brewery – Daily Bread
A classic English bitter. Malty and well balanced.
Goose Eye Brewery – Golden Goose
A straw coloured beer, light on the palate with a smooth and refreshing citrus/hoppy finish.
York Brewery – Centurion’s Ghost Ale
Centurion’s ghost is dark ruby in colour; full tasting with a mellow roast flavour balanced by light bitterness and autumn fruit flavours that linger into the aftertaste.
Timothy Taylor’s – Golden Best
Pale malt gives a digestive biscuit base with strong notes of butterscotch sweet in the mouth. Light note of hop resins gives a dusty floral aftertaste. Finish is sweet and malty with fermented melon.