They've been making pies in Denby Dale for centuries and more They're as Yorkshire as puddings and good strong ale You can smell 'em through the cottage door
What does SA stand for?
SA stands for Strong Ale
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When England was at war with France, aristocrats considered it their patriotic duty to drink strong ale rather than French claret and Burgundy
Byline: ARFUR DALEY SA Brain, the largest real ale brewers in Wales, have delved deep into their archives to produce this strong ale for the CAMRA beer festival at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff.
But for one Lancashire company, its trade takes off like a rocket-propelled broomstick at Hallowe'en, powered by its malty strong ale Pendle Witches Brew (5.
While most other countries offer mainly mainstream lagers, Britain has enormous diversity - milds, bitters, strong ales, porters, stouts, barley wines, old ales, Christmas ales, spring beers, golden ales and harvest ales to name just a few.
Other beers in the range include Cisk XS Extra Strong Lager, Hop leaf Extra and Farsons Strong Ale.
10th ANNIVERSARY ALE: Firestone Walker Fine Ales (started by the son, Adam, of Firestone Vineyard founder Brooks Firestone, with his brother-in-law, David Walker) just released 10 -- a limited-edition oak-aged strong ale (12 percent alcohol by volume) that commemorates the brewery's 10th anniversary since its 1996 founding in the Santa Ynez Valley.