THE OLD HOUSE
A pub by Shoot the Bull 5 Scale Lane, Hull, East Yorkshire HU1 1LA T: 01482 210 253 W: www.shootthebull.co.uk
From historic breweries with coppers gleaming under oak-timbered ceilings and mystic brews frothing in antique stone ‘squares’, to micro breweries with state-of-the-art stainless steel, today’s dedicated Yorkshire brewers are busily producing hundreds of varieties of real ale for you to enjoy! Those in search of a beer break in Yorkshire should head to one of our county’s breweries.
Pale or Porter? Light or Dark? Decide where your ale loyalties lie in a contest between light and dark local ales. Whichever you decide, both partner perfectly with a homemade sausage roll and real ale chutney from one of the best pub kitchens in Hull. An extensive selection of premium gins and craft beers are also available in this, Hull’s oldest domestic dwelling.
T: 01439 788 239 W: www.thewhiteswan-ampleforth.co.uk
Yorkshire is proud of its fantastic selection of proper pubs so it’s only right that we created this trail to celebrate them.
Winners of Yorkshire’s favourite Pub , the White Swan has a warm welcome and couldn’t be more genuine. The hub of village life welcoming both locals and visitors. A large friendly and relaxed public house in the heart of the village of Ampleforth. Serving excellent quality and value for money food from an extensive menu. Located in beautiful surroundings and only a stone’s throw away from the outstanding Ampleforth Abbey.
The county has the perfect recipe to make the best pubs – stunning settings, top class local ales and an outstanding quality of regional food. Along with some help from the Yorkshire public, we’ve selected 30 examples to feature in this Ale Trail with places to visit in all corners of our glorious county.
Thunder Bridge Lane, Kirkburton, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD8 0PX T: 01484 605 778 W: www.woodman-inn.com From humble beginnings as an 18th Century drinking inn, The Woodman Inn has provided sustenance to thousands of travellers in a tranquil, rural location in the tiny hamlet of Thunderbridge, near Huddersfield. This historic village lies within a conservation area, and the hamlet was originally believed to have been named after “Th (e)” under bridge, to distinguish it from a second bridge further up the valley. The first landlord was one Henry Wickman,
and in a nod to our historic heritage, we named one of our beautiful bedrooms “The Wickman Suite”. Jump forward 300 years and The Woodman has been transformed into a 21st century pub/restaurant/ hotel which prides itself on serving fresh local produce, perfectly cooked and served by our friendly and knowledgeable staff. Downstairs our traditional pub offers an extensive selection of award-winning cask ales and superb choice of fine wines.
WOLD TOP BREWERY
Hunmanby Grange, Wold Newton, Driffield, East Yorkshire YO25 3HS T: 01723 892 222
T: 01723 362 622 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.theploughscalby.co.uk
E: email@example.com W: www.woldtopbrewery.co.uk
A friendly village pub/restaurant which prides itself on offering quality food, an interesting variety of local craft ales, a fine selection of spirits and wines as well as stylish accommodation all in a comfortable and gorgeous setting. Stay for food and you’re in for a treat! With a delicious and varied menu for lunch and dinner along with changing specials and tapas, or a relaxing Sunday lunch. Dogs are most welcome in the bar.
We brew award-winning real ales in a converted barn on our arable farm high on the Yorkshire Wolds. We use home and Wolds grown barley and chalk filtered water from the farm’s own borehole to give our ales a distinctive taste that is enjoyed everywhere from Yorkshire to the Falkland Islands. You can enjoy our beers in pubs and restaurants and buy them from selected independent retailers throughout Yorkshire.
THEAKSTON BLACK BULL IN PARADISE VISITOR CENTRE 8
Fold, Shibden Mill Fold, Halifax West Yorkshire HX3 7UL
Theakston Black Bull in Paradise Visitor Centre, The Brewery, Masham, North Yorkshire, HG4 4YD
The multi-award winning Shibden Mill Inn is situated in the picturesque Shibden Valley. It presents luxurious 5* accommodation, an inviting bar with open fires and exposed beams, 2AA rosette restaurant and a beautiful garden alongside the flowing waters of the red beck. A wide range of wine, cask ales and gin make this an ever popular spot for both dinners and drinkers.
If you are looking to combine a truly great day out with a fascinating insight into the workings of a Victorian Brewery then look no further than Theakston’s famous Masham Brewery. Considered an icon in the British brewing world, the ‘new’ brewery was completed in 1875 and has been in constant use ever since. It is here where the world famous Old Peculier is brewed alongside their other award winning ales! Some of the vessels have been in use since the brewery was first built all those years ago.
TIMOTHY TAYLOR’S A PROUD HISTORY OF BREWING
We hope you enjoy exploring Yorkshire and sampling some of the world class ales on offer here – cheers to that!
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T: 01535 603 139 W: www.timothytaylor.co.uk
T: 01765 680 000 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.theakstons.co.uk
T: 01422 365 840 W: www.shibdenmillinn.com
BLACK SHEEP BREWERY
21-23 High Street, Scalby, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO13 0PT
SHIBDEN MILL INN
East End, Ampleforth, North Yorkshire YO62 4DA
If that was not enough there is also the only remaining full-time working craft cooperage left in the Country, where wooden casks are made from pieces of oak crafted into the finished item. If you don’t see the Master Cooper, Jonathan Manby, you may see his apprentice, Euan Findlay, working away at his ‘Block’ or ‘Bick Iron’. The Black Bull in Paradise Brewery Tap and Gift Shop are open daily from 10.30am. A most ‘Peculier’ welcome awaits.
In 1858 Timothy Taylor began brewing beer in Keighley. He struck upon a successful formula and in 1863 set up and built a larger brewery at Knowle Spring, where the company has remained ever since. The brewery remains in the Taylor family and is now the last independent brewery of its type left in West Yorkshire. Taking extra time, care and pride in traditional, hands on brewing, it’s all for that taste of Taylor’s.
Wellgarth, Masham, Ripon, North Yorkshire HG4 4EN T: 01765 680 101 Bistro & Bar T: 01765 680 100 Tours, Group Bookings & Events W: www.blacksheepbrewery.com E: email@example.com
THE MILLERS BAR 47 Briggate, Brighouse, West Yorkshire HD6 1EB
Turkey Lodge Farm, New Road, Cragg Vale, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire HX7 5TT
Main Street Wombleton, North Yorkshire Y062 7RW
Say “now then!” to this multi-awardwinning brewery set in Masham in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales! With a newly refurbished bar and bistro area, you can expect the warmest of Yorkshire welcomes whilst you pick your way through an unrivalled selection of outstanding cask, keg and bottled beers to try or take away. All delicious meals are freshly prepared and there are some tasty ale-themed dishes to tickle your taste buds.
T: 01484 968 144 W:www.themillersbar.co.uk
T: 01422 883 888 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.littlevalleybrewery.co.uk Twitter: @LittleValleyAle FB: littlevalleybrewery Instagram: littlevalleybrewery
T: 01751 431 356 W: www.theploughinnatwombleton.co.uk
From Yorkshire Beef and Riggwelter Ale Pie to Black Sheep Ale Tea Loaf – there’s something to suit all tastes. The gift shop is a must for beer enthusiasts, well stocked with all the best brews and some baa-rilliant sheep merchandise to boot. With up to four brewery tours a day and a 5* rating on Trip Advisor, you can learn how Black Sheep rose up to become Yorkshire’s most loved brewery.
The Millers Bar is an award-winning, quality family and dog-friendly pub based in Brighouse. Their location, ales, food and service make it a must-visit pub. The site is home to the UK’s highest man-made outdoor climbing wall and a kids’ climbing maze, too! It also offers a canal-side beer garden, 7 cask ales on offer and amazing freshly cooked food which is sourced from local suppliers and served in the pub and upstairs restaurant, 47 Grains.
STARLING INDEPENDENT BEER & COFFEE HOUSE
At Little Valley we make beer that takes you further. Look past the scene, go beyond what’s been and focus on what matters - quality, taste and character. Since we set off in 2005, we’ve stayed true to our guiding principles; to make great beer, to enjoy the journey and to share our passion with everyone we meet along the way.
THE PLOUGH INN
Situated in the sleepy North Yorkshire village of Wombleton, only a few miles from the market towns of Helmsley and Kirkbymoorside, The Plough has a proud tradition of serving fine ales to its customers since the 15th Century when monks brewed and dispensed to weary travellers. With a simple mission of being recognised as a truly great village pub, The Plough puts hospitality and atmosphere first, ensuring a warm Yorkshire greeting and a perfect place to relax.
Yorkshire is famous for many things – a warm welcome, breathtaking beauty and of course, its pubs! To celebrate our pubs, we launched the search to find ‘Yorkshire’s Favourite Pub 2018’. With support from the Yorkshire Post, we asked people to vote for their favourite. After hundreds of pubs were nominated and thousands of votes cast, we arrived at the 30 most popular which now feature in this ale trail. They are excellent examples of the vast array of great pubs across Yorkshire, whether it’s a traditional local or a cutting edge gastro pub, Yorkshire has it all.
2 Friarage Street, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL6 1DP
47 Oxford Street, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG1 1PW T: 01423 531 310 E: email@example.com W: www.murmurationbars.co.uk
LITTLE VALLEY BREWERY
T: 01609 778 482 W: www.markettowntaverns.co.uk/pub-and-barfinder/yorkshire/the-tithe/
Harrogate CAMRA Pub of the Year 2018, with 16 draft taps and an innovative range of permanent fixtures all from breweries in the North, plus guests on rotation from further afield. Complement a craft beer or two with some phenomenal food, whether it’s a freshly made Neapolitan pizza or Canadian poutine, it’s easy to see why this award-winning bar is such a popular place to visit.
Offering fine craft ales and locally sourced food with a fresh, modern interior, The Tithe is well worth a visit if you’re out and about in Northallerton. The spacious ground floor bar is a great place for a friendly drink or bite to eat whilst the first floor is the perfect place to hold a special event.
THE BAY HORSE
THE POTTING SHED
10 Nelson Street, Hull, East Yorkshire HU1 1XE T: 01482 210 025 W: www.minerva-hull.co.uk The Minerva is a traditional pub right on the edge of the river Hull, situated in Hull’s vibrant Fruit Market area. The award-winning pub is popular with tourists and regulars alike. The Minerva stocks a wide range of cask ales, keg craft beers and bottles. With beers, always on tap from Yorkshire breweries and some of the best from England and all over the world. The bar also stocks some fine wines and has an impressive gin shelf with 40 bottles on display. Home cooked
food is served daily with the hugely popular homemade steak pie and fresh haddock, amongst a host of classics on the menu. In the summer months bookings are advised in this very popular pub. There is a large outside seating area overlooking the Humber and the fabulous Deep aquarium. Its varied array of planters and flower baskets make it an ideal place to enjoy a summer’s pint. In the winter, there’s also two cosy coal fires to enjoy your pints with.
THE BULL INN
1 North Side, Hutton Rudby, North Yorkshire TS15 0DA
78-79 High Street, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL7 8EN
T: 01642 700 252 W: www.the-bay-horse.co.uk E: firstname.lastname@example.org
T: 08455 000 999 W: www.pottingshedbar.com
The Bay Horse is set in the heart of the beautiful village of Hutton Rudby, featuring some of the cornerstones of British eating and drinking. Winners of the Herriot Food Awards for ‘Best Pub Food’ in North Yorkshire in 2018, they have also achieved the ‘Cask Marque’ award for their onsite brewed cask ales. Enjoy lunch, dinner or just a quiet drink in the beer garden with its spectacular views of the Leven Valley.
Located in the heart of Northallerton on the High Street, The Potting Shed is a family (and dog!) friendly modern gastro pub with a stunning indoor to outdoor fluent garden theme throughout the venue. Inside they serve a wide range of gins, real ales and much more, complimented by their homemade food.
THE GOLDEN LION AT SETTLE
THE GOLDEN LION
THE COACH HOUSE PUB AT FLAMINGO LAND
T: 0800 40 888 40 W: www.flamingoland.co.uk/food-drink/the-coach-house The Coach House country pub is located within the grounds of Flamingo Land, and provides an ideal venue for lunch whilst exploring the theme park and zoo (theme park tickets required). It is then open independently of the theme park in the evening for drinks and dinner and can be accessed via a walkway from
Duke Street, Settle, North Yorkshire BD24 9DU
114 High Street, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL7 8PP
T: 01677 470 678 E: email@example.com W: www.thebullwesttanfield.co.uk
T: 01729 822 203 W: www.goldenlionsettle.co.uk
T: 01609 777 411 W: www.golden-lion-hotel.co.uk
The Bull Inn boasts a terraced riverside garden adjacent to the 18th Century Bridge over the River Ure. The garden is a perfect place to dine and has its own ice cream shack which sells local ice cream. Numerous awnings and parasols make the garden a perfect place in which to dine. Cask Marque ales, good wine, traditional pub food and 5 letting bedrooms make this a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. Yorkshire’s Favourite Pub 2016.
This 4* inn is conveniently placed in the heart of Settle on the fringe of the Yorkshire Dales. All the rooms are individual, comfortable, full of character and they offer delicious homemade pub food with a fantastic range of drinks, including ales, lagers, cider and craft ales. Offering a friendly welcome to all, including walkers, cyclists, dogs and families.
Situated in the heart of Northallerton, The Golden Lion has graced the high street since 1736. A family run business, they strive to surpass all expectations by providing something for everyone. There’s a varied menu, live music every Sunday, and even cocktail making masterclasses. They also have a great selection of ales for you to try. If you’re looking for somewhere traditional in a beautiful market town setting, this is the place to go.
THE GAMEKEEPER’S INN
THE LISTER ARMS AT MALHAM
the main car park (theme park tickets not required in evenings). Their range of drinks includes Yorkshire cask ales such as Theakston’s, as well as IPA, pale ale, Moretti and Fosters lagers, Strongbow ciders, John Smith’s bitter and Guinness. There is also alcohol free lager and a range of gins and wines.
SHIBDEN MILL INN
Long Ashes Park, Threshfield, North Yorkshire BD23 5PN
Malham, near Skipton, North Yorkshire BD23 4DB
24 High Street, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL7 8EE
T: 01756 752 434 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.gamekeeperinn.co.uk
T: 01729 830 444 W: www.listerarmsmalham.co.uk
T: 01609 772 719 W: www.thestandard-pub.co.uk
Eat, drink, stay and celebrate at The Gamekeeper’s Inn. Nestled within the stunning Wharfedale Valley we offer delicious homemade dishes alongside a range of guest and cask ales, speciality wines and artisan spirits. Linger a little longer with a stay in our deluxe individually designed rooms offering a sumptuous retreat after a day discovering the Dales.
This 4* Inn is located on the village green, in the idyllic and charming Yorkshire Dales village of Malham. They have 23 fabulously comfortable bedrooms, serve quality homemade pub food with a great range of ales, lagers, ciders and craft ales on tap. They welcome walkers, dogs and families. A genuine Yorkshire welcome awaits.
The Standard is a family orientated pub, kids, dogs, husbands and wives all welcome. A pub that is all the more welcoming for the quality of the regulars, as this pub wouldn’t be the same without them. Even if you’re not a regular, when you come you will be made to feel like one! Award winning pub food served Tuesday to Saturday 12.00pm - 2.00pm, and Thursday to Saturday 6.00pm - 8.00pm.
Fold, Shibden Mill Fold, Halifax West Yorkshire HX3 7UL T: 01422 365 840 W: www.shibdenmillinn.com E: email@example.com
Church Street, West Tanfield, Ripon, North Yorkshire HG4 5JQ
Flamingo Land Resort, Kirby Misperton, North Yorkshire YO17 6UX
With a wide range of beers, ales and other beverages, Shibden Mill Inn is not only a picturesque pub but houses a lovely warmth from the staff and the atmosphere. Visit any time of the year and enjoy this hidden gem.
THE MILLERS BAR 47 Briggate, Brighouse West Yorkshire HD6 1EB
T: 01484 968 144 W: www.themillersbar.co.uk E: firstname.lastname@example.org THE GEORGE INN, UPPER DENBY
114 Denby Lane, Upper Denby, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD8 8UE T: 01484 861 347 W: www.thegeorgeinn-upperdenby.co.uk A traditional, rural free house at the heart of village life, the epitome of a Yorkshire village pub with both a Tap Room and Lounge. Cask Marque Accredited and renowned for award winning Real Ale, having won recognition from CAMRA including the Huddersfield & District Rural Pub of The Year and four consecutive years in the Good Beer Guide since 2015. Lagers, Cider, Spirits and Fine Wines plus an extensive
collection of artisan gins, with local and national producers all represented. If you’re looking for a bite to eat then the individually crafted homemade pies served with mushy peas are a must! There is regular live music, weekly quiz, monthly jazz nights, folk sings, walks and fundraising events throughout the year. With a homely feel, great atmosphere, muddy boots, cyclists and dog friendly, you’re sure of a very warm Yorkshire welcome.
This family and dog friendly pub based in Brighouse, sits alongside the canal, with a stunning beer garden. It is the ideal location to eat and drink. THE FAIRFAX ARMS Main Street, Gilling East, York, North Yorkshire YO62 4JH
T: 01439 788 212 W: www.thefairfaxarms.co.uk E: email@example.com You can be sure of a warm welcome at The Fairfax Arms. They are passionate about providing excellent service, brilliant beer and lovely food.
YORKSHIRE’S FAVOURITE PUB FINALISTS (in alphabetical order) 4
Independently owned and managed this bar and restaurant has a unique beer and ale selection.
THE BROWN COW Ireland Bridge, Bingley, West Yorkshire BD16 2QX Tel: 01274 564 345
A family run pub which provides hearty meals with a large selection of drinks to choose from.
1 Church View, Felixkirk, Thirsk, North Yorkshire YO7 2DP Tel: 01845 537 369
THE CRAVEN ARMS
The rustic décor bar showcases craft beers and lagers as well as five gins distilled in Yorkshire.
231 Barnsley Road, Denby Dale, Huddersfield West Yorkshire HD8 8TX Tel: 01484 862 912 With a wide selection of drinks for all, this beautifully renovated pub also offers great food.
ELEPHANT AND CASTLE
THE FARMERS ARMS
Muker, Richmond, North Yorkshire DL11 6QG Tel: 01748 886 297
Overlooking the beautiful Ryburn Valley in Calderdale. This pub combines great food and drink.
Community run pub located in Neepsend, Sheffield. Priding themselves on the quality of their real ales.
Church Street, Kilham, Driffield, East Yorkshire YO25 4RG Tel: 01262 420 619
The epitome of a traditional Yorkshire village pub, sit back and enjoy a Taylor’s Landlord or Tetley Bitter. GOLDEN LION Fielden Square, Todmorden, West Yorkshire OL14 6LZ Tel: 01706 816 333 A dog friendly pub where anyone can enjoy a pint with a welcoming atmosphere.
HAWORTH OLD HALL
THE OLD STAR
PEAK DISTRICT A57
Award winning 16th century inn with a wonderful traditional bar, with local beers and hand pulled ales.
ROSE AND CROWN
28 THE STUBBING WHARF
Family-friendly towpath pub that offers real ale and great pub food, with a roaring fire on the inside!
29 WHITE HORSE
1 Oldham Road, Ripponden, Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire HX6 4DN Tel: 01422 706 879
36 Kirkgate, Ripon, North Yorkshire HG4 1PB Tel: 01765 602 284
Well Heads, Thornton, Denholme, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD13 3SJ Tel: 01274 834 268
A welcoming pub nestled in the heart of Ripponden. Enjoy a pint of real ale in this dog friendly pub.
Family and dog friendly pub in the heart of Ripon. Serving excellent ales and food. All locally sourced.
Relaxed, family-run hostelry serving Timothy Taylor’s ales and modern British pub grub!
Enjoy a cold pint from this sea front pub. If the sun is out there is no better way to spend a sunny day.
A180 GRIMSBY CLEETHORPES DONCASTER
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A delightful country pub in York, with a slight hint of a quirk, serving fine real ales and a lovely atmosphere.
North Marine Drive, Bridlington, East Yorkshire YO15 2LS Tel: 01262 675 347
SHEFFIELD BEER WEEK 2019
Friendly atmosphere, good beer, traditional pub games, a south facing beer garden. What else would you want?
THE SHIP INN
Multiple venues across Sheffield
King Street, Halifax, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire HX7 6LU Tel: 01422 844 107
Yorkshire’s Favourite Pubs
Main Street, Sutton-on-the-Forest, York, North Yorkshire YO61 1DP Tel: 01347 811 111
136 Manchester Road, Thurlstone, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S36 9QW Tel: 01226 764 892
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International flights connect Yorkshire to the rest of the world, as well as UK flights from Aberdeen, Belfast, Newquay and Southampton to Leeds-Bradford Yorkshire’s Airport, Doncaster Sheffield Airport, Humberside Airport and Durham Tees Valley Airport.
24 PUNCH BOWL INN
A history rich pub to enjoy a cosy pint. Lovely on a winter’s day or even enjoying the sun outside.
Ferry services to Hull and Newcastle link Yorkshire with Northern Europe. P&O Ferries operate overnight services to Hull from Rotterdam and Zeebrugge.
Serving fine ales to its customers, but also serving up locally sourced meals, this is a great traditional pub. Marton cum Grafton, North Yorkshire YO51 9QY Tel: 01423 322 519
THE LAST POST
Main Street, Wombleton, North Yorkshire Y062 7RW Tel: 01751 431 356
Sun Street Haworth, West Yorkshire BD22 8BP Tel: 01535 642 709
THE PLOUGH INN
YORKSHIRE BY SEA
Traditional pub in the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds, with real ales and fresh meals using local produce.
105 Neepsend Lane, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S3 8AT Tel: 01142 724 978
114 Denby Lane, Upper Denby, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD8 8UE Tel: 01484 861 347
152-154 Main Street, Addingham, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 0LY Tel: 01943 830 397
THE GEORGE INN
THE FLEECE INN
Cosy pub lunches with a variety of drinks. This welcoming pub is great rain or shine.
YORKSHIRE BY AIR
Britain’s biggest and fastest highways cross Yorkshire from north to south and east to west, making getting here by car or by coach very simple. For details of the quickest (or the most scenic) driving routes see the AA or RAC websites www.theaa.com and www.rac.co.uk. Plan a journey online with Arriva, who have buses running across Yorkshire on a regular basis.
YORKSHIRE BY ROAD
Ripponden New Bank, Barkisland, Halifax, West Yorkshire HX4 0DJ Tel: 01422 820 687
With a lovely roaring fire, this pub allows visitors to settle in to a pint with comfort.
A629 ILKLEY KEIGHLEY
Leaving real ale drinkers spoilt for choice, this pub has a beautiful roof terrace and great food.
Tingle Bridge Lane, Hemingfield, Barnsley, South Yorkshire S73 0NP Tel: 01226 755 986
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NORTH YORK MOORS
Yorkshire’s cities and market towns are easy to get to from other parts of the country. Travel to Yorkshire with high-speed trains from either London or Edinburgh in less than two hours with London North Eastern Railway and Grand Central services. You can also get to Yorkshire by train from the North West with First TransPennine Express, who offer direct services into the county from Liverpool and Manchester. Northern Rail also offer direct services to Yorkshire from the North West.
ROBIN HOOD’S BAY
York Road, Selby Skipwith, North Yorkshire YO8 5SF Tel: 01757 288 088
Set on a hill side, this pub offers a range of beverages and shows off the beauty of Yorkshire.
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Appletreewick, Wharfedale, Yorkshire Dales, North Yorkshire BD23 6DA Tel: 01756 720 270
THE COACH AND HORSES
Relaxed, family-run traditional pub for real ales, malt whisky and themed food nights.
YORKSHIRE BY RAIL
16 W Park, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG1 1BJ Tel: 01423 561 802
High quality food, drink, service and surroundings with a traditional bar and outdoor terrace.
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Main Street, Stillington York, North Yorkshire YO61 1JU Tel: 01347 811 394
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Airports Motorways Ferryport Railway Routes
Date: 11 - 17 March 2019 W: www.sheffieldbeerweek.co.uk Celebrating its fifth year in 2019 with an array of events taking place in various venues across the city. Once again the city-wide festival will showcase Sheffield’s beery credentials as one of the world’s premier brewing destinations, with tap takeovers, food pairing events, brewery tours, guided walks, pub trails, talks and more. In addition to celebrating the many great local breweries and pubs the city has to offer, the festival also draws a large number of exclusive guest brewers from across the world.
STEEL CITY BEER AND CIDER FESTIVAL 2018
Kelham Island Museum
Date: 10- 13 October 2018 W: www.sheffieldcamra.org.uk/festival
Sheffield’s Steel City Beer and Cider Festival will celebrate its 44th year this October. Across four days, over 300 real ales and ciders will be available to sample, with a particular emphasis on the city’s own fantastic breweries. To help wash it all down, a great range of mouth-watering food stalls will once again be on hand, as well as artisan produce stalls, games and live entertainment.
Cliff Road, Sewerby, Bridlington, East Yorkshire YO15 1EW Tel: 01262 672 374
17 Selby Road, Snaith, Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire DN14 9HT Tel: 01405 860 603
A traditional pub offering comfort food and awardwinning cask ales, beers and boutique gins.
An independently run bar selling 90% Yorkshire products, including real ale and craft beers.
Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Yorkshire is proud of its fantastic selection of proper pubs so it’s only right that we created this trail to celebrate them.