A new micro-brewery in Yorkshire has begun bottling its most popular ale and will, initially, target regional off-licences and specialist stores.

The Wold Top Brewery, which was founded in 2003, is bottling its bestselling cask ale, Wolds Way - a brew that was created from traditional recipes using home-grown Maris Otter malt, Goldings and Cascade hops and the farm's own chalk-filtered water. The result is a 3.6% abv pale ale.

The beer, which retails at £2.00 for a 500ml bottle, has been named after the

79-mile trail from the region's Humber Estuary to Filey Brigg.

The ale has offered welcome refreshment to many walkers at several pubs that line the route, according to the brewer.

Many Wold Top Brewery bottled ales are already available in off-licences and specialist stores throughout Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire, including its award-winning World Gold light beer and Falling Stone bitter.