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Captain Cook Real Ales Stokesley

Captain Cook’s IPA Indian Pale Ale

Captain Cook’s I.P.A. ABV 5.1%
A traditional Indian pale ale
4 different hops….Centennial, Chinook, Magnum and Cascade.

Brewed by the Captain Cook Brewery of Stokesley by Master Brewer Alan Platts.

Captain Cook’s IPA Indian Pale Ale review
4.3 Overall
5 Users (1 vote)
£3.28Price
Pros

Nice Taste

Cons

Too easy to drink

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Captain Cook’s I.P.A. ABV 5.1%
A traditional Indian pale ale
4 different hops….Columbus, Amarillo, Magnum and Cascade.

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Great IPA
Best I\'ve ever had!
Pours a clear deep gold with a small frothy white head. Aroma of hops and fruit and floral. Tastes similar. Decent bitter finish. Medium body.
7th June 2015, 9:57 am
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Captain Cook’s Botany Bay Ale

Captain Cook’s Botany Bay
ABV 4.0%
A light ale with hint of Grapefruit and Spruce.

Brewed by the Captain Cook Brewery of Stokesley by Master Brewer Alan Platts.

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4.4 Overall
Users 0 (0 votes)
£3.28Price
Pros

Great summer pint.

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Captain Cook’s Botany Bay
ABV 4.0%
A light ale with hint of Grapefruit and Spruce.
Amber with a white head. Quite sweet at first with some caramel and malt.

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Captain Cook’s Slipway Ale

Captain Cook’s Slipway Ale
ABV 4.2%
Original Gravity 1042
A light, hoppy ale.
The best selling and most requested ale at the White Swan

brewed by the Captain Cook Brewery of Stokesley by Master Brewer Alan Platts

Captain Cook’s Slipway Ale
4 Overall
Users 4.5 (1 vote)
£3.28Price
Pros

Loved by everyone.
Great with meals.
Excellent with friends

Cons

Often find yourself in a queue when ordering this ale.

Summary

A light coloured hoop ale with bitterness coming through from challenger hops. A full flavoured ale with a smooth malt aftertaste.
Captain Cook’s Slipway Ale
ABV 4.2%
Original Gravity 1042
A light, hoppy ale.
The best selling and most requested ale at the White Swan

brewed by the Captain Cook Brewery of Stokesley by Master Brewer Alan Platts

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Refreshing beer ideal for those summer barbecues
The description of this beer from the brewery does not really do this beer justice, this is certainly a well hopped ale with a slightly cloudy pale golden colour. A well hopped beer which has a subtle bitterness to it’s flavour and makes for a very refreshing beer ideal for those summer barbecues.
5th June 2015, 1:07 pm
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Captain Cook’s Endeavour Real Ale

Captain Cook’s Endeavour Real Ale
ABV 4.3%
Original Gravity 1043
A mild brown strong tasting bitter.

brewed by the Captain Cook Brewery of Stokesley by Master Brewer Alan Platts

Captain Cook’s Endeavour Real Ale
4.1 Overall
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£3.28Price
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Mid brown ale with a bitter finish.
Captain Cook’s Endeavour Real Ale
ABV 4.3%
Original Gravity 1043
A mild brown strong tasting bitter

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Captain Cook’s Black Porter

Captain Cook’s Black Porter
ABV 4.4%
Original Gravity 1044
A dark, malty ale.

Brewed by the Captain Cook Brewery of Stokesley by Master Brewer Alan Platts.

Captain Cook’s Black Porter
4.6 Overall
Users 4.5 (1 vote)
£3.28Price
Pros

Winter warmer great by the fire.

Cons

Leaves you wanting more...

Summary

Chocolate notes and dominant roast flavours lead to a dry bitter finish.

Captain Cook’s Black Porter
ABV 4.4%
Original Gravity 1044
A dark, malty ale.

COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Cask; Regular. Also available bottled (at 4.4%).
The Black Porter was originally brewed as a seasonal beer that only appeared through the winter months. However, due to popularity it is now available in the pub all year round. As it’s name suggests, the Porter is a very dark, malty ale.

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Very nice dark roasted malt flavour
Black from the cask with a decent creamy white head, which gradually dissipates. Roasty chocolate aromas, quite inviting on the nose. Very nice dark roasted malt flavour, reminded me of something between milk and dark chocolate. Slightly smoky aftertaste as well, with a touch of hops at the end. Went back for a second pint, just as good as the first which is always a good sign
5th June 2015, 1:03 pm
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