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Copper Dragon Brewery

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Copper Dragon Brewery
Founded2002
HeadquartersKeighley, West Yorkshire, England
OwnerCopper Dragon Brewery. (independent)
Websitecopperdragon.co.uk

Copper Dragon Brewery is a brewery originally established in Skipton, North Yorkshire in 2002[1] and which has now moved to West Yorkshire.[2]

The brewery produces 3 permanent Cask Ales[2]: "Golden Pippin" one of the original Blondes at 3.9% also available in 500ml Bottles, "Best Bitter" a traditional Northern-style Ale at 3.8% ABV also available in 500ml Bottles, "Scott's 1816" created to commemorate the original Skipton brewery build by Christopher Scott.[3] a maltster from Leeds back in year 1816.[1][4]

Copper Dragon Brewery operates from Keighley in association with Recoil Brewing Co of Clitheroe, Lancashire and the original brewing team of Gordon Wilkinson and his team Dave Sanders and Matthew Taylor[5] based at Recoil. It brews the original three beers, also a pilsner ("Silver Myst")[2]). and lager ("Radka"[6]) have been added.

Beers

Beer Name Style abv
Best Bitter Bitter 3.8%(cask) , 4.0% (bottled)
Golden Pippin Blonde 3.9%(cask) , 4.2% (bottled)
Scott's 1816 Bitter 4.4% (bottled)
Silver Myst Pilsner 4.0% (cask)
Radka Lager 4.1% (keg)

References

  1. ^ a b Holland, Chris (2 September 2015). "New owners raise a glass as takeover helps Copper Dragon brewery prosper". Telegraph & Argus. Retrieved 25 January 2016.
  2. ^ a b c "Copper Dragon". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 11 June 2018.
  3. ^ The London Gazette, Vol 1. T. Neuman. 1840.
  4. ^ "Keighley and Craven Breweries". Keighley and Craven CAMRA. Retrieved 25 January 2016.
  5. ^ "Recoil Brewing Team". recoilbrewing.co. Retrieved 11 June 2018.
  6. ^ "Copper Dragon - Brewery In Yorkshire | Copper Dragon Brewery | Beer Brewing". Brewery In Yorkshire | Copper Dragon Brewery | Beer Brewing. Retrieved 2018-11-04.

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