Pale is the New Gold!

Bradfield Brewery’s Farmers Pale Ale has struck gold in Rotherham CAMRA’s Beer of Yorkshire Awards 2024. The competition kick starts this year’s Rotherham Real Ale and Music Festival at Magna.

Scooping up the Gold Award in the Premium Blonde, Pale & Golden Beer Category, Farmers Pale Ale is one of the ales that started the Bradfield Brewery story 19 years ago and continues to be a best seller for the brewery. 

And the winning didn’t stop there, Bradfield’s popular Farmer’s Steel Cow was awarded Bronze in the Premium Bitter Category. Farmers Steel Cow came along a bit later on for the Brewery, first brewed in 2011 as a festival ale.

Farmer’s Pale Ale is a 5.0%abv distinctive fruity pale ale balanced with a floral bouquet, full bodied with a predominantly dry aftertaste.

Famer’s Steel Cow is a 4.5% abv light coloured fruity full bodied beer, with a burst of citrus and summer fruit aromas, creating a refreshing ale with a sharp dry aftertaste.

Further details of this year’s Rotherham Real Ale and Music Festival at Magna can be found here:-

A Brew that’s Fit for a King

To commemorate the King’s Coronation, and all things commonwealth, we’ve adapted the Jubilee Ale recipe to create a Coronation Pale Ale.

Farmers Coronation Pale Ale has been brewed using British Malts and Hops from across the Commonwealth to produce a Pale Ale fit for royalty!

Nelson Sauvin Hops from New Zealand partnered with Archer Hops from the UK offer up their stoned fruit flavours which are complimented with a sharp but juicy finish. 5.2% ABV.