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The excellent Rutland Arms dates back to at least 1833 and serves up to 8 ales from Yorkshire and the rest of the UK.

Yorkshire Stingo is a strong beer from the Samuel Smith Brewery. Its name comes from a fashionable slang word of the eighteenth century for strong beer. Yorkshire Stingo is aged for at least a year, matured in these well-used oak casks in the brewery’s underground cellars deriving fruit, raisin, treacle toffee, Christmas pudding and slight oaky flavours, before being further naturally conditioned in bottle. The beer is not commonly found and is not cheap (at least £5 a bottle).

Yorkshire Stingo is a strong beer from the Samuel Smith Brewery. Its name comes from a fashionable slang word of the eighteenth century for strong beer. Yorkshire Stingo is aged for at least a year, matured in these well-used oak casks in the brewery’s underground cellars deriving fruit, raisin, treacle toffee, Christmas pudding and slight oaky flavours, before being further naturally conditioned in bottle. The beer is not commonly found and is not cheap (at least £5 a bottle).