Housed in a disused Victorian electricity generating station and established in 2005, Saltaire brewery sits proudly next to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Saltaire Village, in West Yorkshire. It has won five major beer awards for some of its most successful beers. Saltaire’s permanent range is based around its best selling Saltaire Blonde and the Cascade Pale Ale. Blonde is a soft, creamy, continental style ale with a gentle hop spiciness. Cascade is an American pale ale packed with resinous, piney, grapefruit flavoured Cascade hops. The brewery splits some of the brews into blending tanks and add essences, syrups to create flavoured fruit brews such as Raspberry Blonde and the popular black IPA, Cascadian Black. In 2010 its Triple Chocoholic became the first Speciality Beer to win the National Supreme Champion Beer at the SIBA awards.
Saltaire Brewery is also home to the famous monthly Beer Club and regular Trade Nights, where drinkers from across the North meet to try their brews and those of guest brewers.