The Theakston's Brewery was sold in the 1980's but it went back to the family in the 2004 and I just realised that I have not covered them before. So here is a list of the Theakston beers I have photos of, as with the last list, some of the labels may have changed.
Theakston, Lightfoot from England
4.1% gold colour with a thin head, slight soapy aroma, dry sweet citrus taste, better than is sounds.
Theakston, Black Bull Bitter from England
3.9%, amber colour with a very good head, malt aroma, very good bitter taste, very good bitter.
Theakston, Masham Glory from England
4.7% amber in colour with a thin head, fruity aroma, dry mixed fruit and peel taste, like tasting a Christmas cake as you mix in the ingredients, as you can probably guess this was very good.
Theakston, Dark from England
3.5% black with a good head, malt aroma, roasted malt taste, not as watery as some milds but this was a smooth version.
Theakston, XB from England
4.5% amber colour with a good head, sweet fruity aroma, fruity malt taste, quite nice (after trying so many poor beers since this, quite nice, means it was very good indeed).
Theakston, Old Peculier from England
5.6% deep brown colour with a thin head, malt aroma, malty liquorish flavour, a very very good beer.
Theakston, Hogshead Bitter from England
4.1% amber colour with a nice head, sweet malt and hop aroma, bitter caramel taste, nice.
Theakston, Distiller's Cask from England
6.5% deep amber colour with a thin head, vanilla aroma, caramel malty sweetness with a hint of whisky.
Theakston, Best Bitter from England
3.8%. amber colour with a good head, malt aroma and bitter malt taste, a good standard English draught bitter.