Monday, 1 August 2016

Yorkshire Craft Beer Review: Sleck Dust from Great Newsome


Welcome to the Shed. I am even-star and this is The Beer in Review. Today's Yorkshire craft beer review is for Sleck Dust from Great Newsome.

Share It!

Sleck Dust was a gold bitter. Light, fresh fruity, cantaloupe, peach. Slightly tannic tea flavours and hint of fennel. Indeed very thirst quenching.

I really like this pump clip. The turquoise, yellow, gold, and wheat colours are very appealing and very appropriate to England in July (yes I am still behind on my reviews!). Which is less of a green and pleasant land than it is a blue and gold one in the country. With the wheat and barely fields dry and ripe against the blue of the sky. A lot of thought went into the design here and I can appreciate that.

The Beer in Review is a blog about British craft beer and real ale. Keep up with new posts and contact me comments and questions on twitter or facebook. I'd love to hear about your craft beer adventures and recommendations from your home town.