Gary COX: Two in one night... making up for the hour you'll be missing tomorrow?
With countless awards to its credit, it is something of which every Briton can be very proud and is the epitome of the greatest of British brewing tradition.
In the early years of the modern brewing era, about two hundred years ago, many brewers produced a dark, strong ‘stock’ beer in the winter months, to provide a base amount of fermented beer to add to beers brewed in the rather more volatile months of the summer.
Old Peculier probably owes its origins to this. The name pays tribute to the unique ecclesiastical status of Masham as a ‘Court of the Peculier’ and is also reference to the strong characteristic of the beer! For many years it was affectionately referred to as Yorkshire’s ‘Lunatic’s Broth’. Show Less
Long time no seen! Still a great beer.