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York Brewery opened in May 1996 in York, England using the disused brewery equipment of Lions Original Brews from Bur...

York Brewery Company






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York Brewery Company
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United Kingdom brewery location
York Brewery opened in May 1996 in York, England using the disused brewery equipment of Lions Original Brews from Bur...
Brewery:York Brewery Company
Tel#:+01904 621162
Social Media:Facebook Twitter
Founded:1996
Owners:Independent
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York Brewery Company
Address: 12 Toft Green,
Micklegate,
York,
North Yorkshire,
YO1 6JT,
United Kingdom
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York Brewery Company
York Brewery opened in May 1996 in York, England using the disused brewery equipment of Lions Original Brews from Burnley and was the first brewery within the city walls for 40 years. In 2007, it expanded so to increase its output by 50 per cent. In December 2008 York Brewery was taken over by Mitchell's Hotels and Inns of Lancaster which plans to expand its business and create jobs.

It produces award-winning ales. The brewery's 'Centurion's Ghost Ale' was named champion in the Brewi…
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York Brewery Company
ABV:4%
ABV:4.2%
ABV:4.2%
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