The Theakston family are now into their sixth generation of brewing in Masham, Yorkshire. Just over twenty years ago, when the family made the decision to sell their brewery to a multi-national, Paul Theakston established himself as the Black Sheep of the family by opening a new brewery in Masham. The Black Sheep Brewery is England’s biggest brewing success story of the last two decades, with beers built on traditional brewing methods (the ‘Yorkshire Squares’ method), and a commitment to the highest quality in ingredients and brewing practice.


Black Sheep Ale | 4.4% a.b.v. | England

Golden Sheep | 4.7% a.b.v. | England

Riggwelter | 5.7% a.b.v | England

Black Sheep Imperial Russian Stout | 8.5% a.b.v. | England

Rich, liquorice, chocolate and espresso coffee combine in this Imperial Russian Stout from Black Sheep. This beer was originally brewed as a one-off beer for the Great Baltic Adventure. The original batch was sailed on a yacht to Russia from Yorkshire following the path of the original beers of this style from the 18th century. Full of character, rich and incredibly tasty.

Monty Python’s Holy Gr Ale | 4.7% a.b.v. | England