Yakima ale returns by popular demand

By Carina Perkins

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Yakima is inspired by the Yakima Valley, where summit hops originate, and this is reflected in the pump clip
Yakima is inspired by the Yakima Valley, where summit hops originate, and this is reflected in the pump clip
Leicester brewery Everards has re-launched its limited edition ruby ale Yakima in response to demand from publicans.

Product details

Yakima is a 4% ABV ruby red beer that offers aromas of both tangerine and grapefruit. Distinctive blackberry notes and treacle toffee flavours are prominent and leave a satisfyingly crisp, bitter aftertaste.


Yakima is part of a hugely successful range of limited edition brews for the Leicester based brewery, which was formed in 1949 and still remains in the hands of the Everards family.

Yakima ale is inspired by the Yakima Valley, renowned for its vast hop production and where the Summit hops originate, which is reflected in an eye catching pump clip.


Visit www.everards.co.uk​ for more information


Available to Everards pubs and national stockists.

Why you should buy it:

Everards brands manager, Claire Cannell, said: “We are delighted to see Yakima return for 2014. The beer received such fantastic comments from our licensee and customers last year to bring it back again was a no brainer.”

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