A Yorkshire Dales tea room have collaborated with a local brewery to create their own range of bespoke bottled beers.
Inspired by their famous surroundings, Jervaulx Abbey Tea rooms based at the famous privately owned Abbey near Masham, have teamed up with Wensleydale Brewery to produce the new ales after researching the Abbey’s former residents and their beer making history.
Inspired by the monks that brewed beer their hundreds of years ago, the two new beers, which will be available exclusively at the tea rooms, have been produced to reflect their iconic surroundings.
Anna Burdon, who runs Jervaulx Abbey and its Tea Rooms with her family said: “We’ve been researching the monks that used to live in the Abbey over the last couple of years and producing our own range of beers seemed like a fitting product. The Tea Room has also recently been licensed to sell alcohol so our visitors can now enjoy one of our own beers with their lunch inspired by the history of the abbey and the area.”
The two new ales, Drunken Monk which is a pale ale and the Jervaulx Blonde are available now and are part of a range of products as well as an upcoming book of recipes being developed by the Burdon family to showcase the Abbey.
For more information on the Abbey www.jervaulxabbey.com