The Station Inn Whitby offers 8 cask conditioned real ales all year round. Most of our real ales are sourced from local Whitby and Yorkshire brewery's. Come and sample a few in our warm and relaxing atmosphere. (We also have a wide range of other alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available)
Timothy Taylor's Golden Best
The last of the true Pennine light milds, this amber coloured beer makes a refreshing session real ale. The smooth and creamy flavour made it the popular choice close to the Brewery
3.5% From Keighley, West Yorkshire
Whitby Brewery Platform 3
Brewed especially for the Station Inn in Whitby, this nutty pale real ale has a smooth citrus finish. The use of Fuggles hops gives Platform 3 a pleasant bitterness that works with nuttiness of the malt to produce a truly unique and very easy drinking beer.
Whitby Brewery Jet Black
This real ale is a finely balanced porter packed with liquorice, coffee and sweet toffee. A deliciously creamy mouth feel and the generous use of Roasted Barley and Chocolate Malt makes drinking Jet Black porter a truly luxurious experience.
Ossett Yorkshire Blonde
Yorkshire Blonde is a mellow, lager coloured real ale. Full-bodied and low in bitterness, there is a delicate malty sweetness on the palate. The fruity hop aroma results from a generous late addition on Mount Hood hops.
Ossett Silver King
Silver King is perhaps Ossett's best known real ale and winner of many prestigious awards. A single combination of lager malt and American Cascade hops result in a crisp, dry, refreshing bitter in which the aromas of citrus are pleasingly well balanced.
Black Sheep Best Bitter
A classic well-hopped and beautifully balanced beer, with a deeply satisfying and refreshing taste that is followed by a distinctively dry and long bitter finish.
Theakston's Old Peculier
Beautiful, yet very simple beer, brewed using a very generous blend of finest pale, crystal and roasted barley with two bitter hops combined with the 'frugle' hop to produce a beer of awesome full bodied flavor & subtle cherry and fruit overtones
The Rat Brewery (Ossett), White Rat
Pale golden in colour with a hoppy aroma and an initially sweet flavour developing to full on maltiness. A dry, citric finish.