Two of life’s greatest creations have been merged together to create something beautiful. Yes, that’s right beer, and Yorkshire puds in one beautiful bottle of ale. Yorkshire pudding beer is a thing, and it’s just as good as it sounds! You can enjoy the Sunday Roast classic in beer form, and it’s the most Yorkshire thing we’ve ever seen.
Created at the foothills of the North York Moors, the Yorkshire pud beer is made with real Yorkshire puddings from The Real Yorkshire Pudding Company who are based in South Yorkshire. They’re mixed, made and hand-cooked in Yorkshire before being used to create this light, easy and soft on the palate beer.
This beer is so tasty, you’ll be questioning which you prefer the beer or Yorkshire puds! The first and original Yorkshire pud beer has a quarter of a Yorkshire pud in each bottle, which by our Maths mean you need to have at least four to enjoy a full Yorkshire pud.
The Yorkshire pudding beers are 3.6% and come in 330ml bottles for £12.00. They also do a Yorkshire Pudding Pale Ale at 3.8% in can form for the same price. You can also get a 5-litre mini-keg for £24.95.
The brewery is located in the food capital of Yorkshire, Malton in a Grade II listed Victorian building located next to the banks of the River Derwent.
The Malton brewery recently did a collaboration with one of our favourite companies, the Yorkshire Pudding Pie company. They used the Yorkshire pud beer to create some amazing Yorkshire pudding beer pies! Allll the Yorkshire puddings.
The brewery is one of the smallest commercial breweries in Britain, which means its beer is in great demand. They make a high-quality beer that needs to be shared with the world.
If you’d like to try some of these amazing beers, you can visit their website here and order your own!