Recently added: Leeds In A Bottle Our range of Leeds Brewery bottled beers — Awards All Round We are very pleased to announce we have bagged two prizes for our beers in the World Beer Awards — American Pumpkin Ale Introducing our October seasonal cask — October to-do List We’ve got your October in Leeds covered
Our range of Leeds Brewery bottled beers
Not only are our beers on cask and keg at the bar, keep your eyes peeled for them on the shelves. A selection of our beers are bottled up so you can enjoy them in the comfort of your own home. They include, Leeds Best, Yorkshire Gold, Midnight Bell, Hellfire and Monsoon IPA.
We are very pleased to announce we have bagged two prizes for our beers in the World Beer Awards
After entering the World Beer Awards, we have come away with not one, but two awards under our belt. Our Leeds Best won bronze in the Bitter 4-5% category and our Midnight Bell came out on top in the Mild Dark Ale category winning gold.
An introduction to our private hire spaces
Here at Leeds Brewery we cater for a wide variety of events. Whether you are having a wedding reception, a birthday celebration, a business lunch, an intimate dinner or an informal gathering, our pubs can cater to the individual needs of every booking we receive.
Celebrating the biggest beer drinking festival in the world: Oktoberfest
Here Leeds Brewery we see Oktoberfest as a great opportunity to drink lots of beer for just over two weeks straight. This year from the 17th September-3rd October, we will have a selection of guest German and German inspired beers on the bar and some traditional cuisine in the kitchens.
A handy guide to what’s on in September
Another month, another to-do list. There’s plenty of cause for celebration this September with the biggest annual drinking festival in the world, a whole week dedicated to our cask ales, a few charity events here and there and the chance to honour our British cuisine...it’s a busy month.
Celebrating all things Yorkshire on the 1st August
Ey up! It’s Yorkshire Day on’t 1st August so if you’re not doing owt, get t’pub. At Leeds Brewery we are proud to be Yorkshire and as we are located right in heart of the UK’s largest county, we think there is definitely a cause for celebration.
A guide to Leeds Brewery’s music scene
Forget sitting in a field and getting wet all weekend, not showering, eating baked beans straight from the tin and portaloos! You can avoid all of these festival habits in Leeds and York, while still being able to witness great live music in our pubs and the city centres.
Gourmet burgers at The Brewery Tap
There is some serious competition for the best burger in Leeds but we believe here at Leeds Brewery we’ve got as good a chance as any. We recommend the recently launched Burger Club at The Brewery Tap, right next door to Leeds train station.
Introducing the Brewery’s new seasonal cask
It’s coming to the end of the month which can only mean one thing...a brand new beer is on it’s way from Leeds Brewery. At the beginning of each month we introduce a speciality seasonal ale, uniquely crafted by our team of brewers that is served on the bar for the next 4 weeks. This March we will be introducing an American Pale.
Celebrate with Leeds Brewery on the 25th January
Burns night is held in honour of famous Scottish poet Robert Burns and is celebrated every year on his birthday, the 25th January. The tradition began a few years after his death in 1796 and is a night to celebrate the life and works of the bard, now over two centuries later it has become a nationwide event that consists of a traditional haggis dinner followed by recitals of the poet’s work.
A day out in York with Leeds Brewery
Take a break from all that shopping and pop into one of our Leeds Brewery pubs for a well deserved pint and a home cooked pub meal. We have two pubs in York; the newly opened Eagle and Child ➀ located just a stone’s throw away from the York Minster on High Petergate and the Duke of York ➁ in the middle of the bustling King’s Square.
Recommendations from the Leeds Brewery wine list
Here at Leeds Brewery, we are renowned for our range of cask and keg beers, however our wine selection is also proven to be very popular. So whether you are looking for a rich, full red with a fruity aftertaste or a fresh, light white with a hint of floral, we can help suggest the glass for you.
A new pub for the Leeds Brewery family
Located on High Petergate one of York’s historic streets and previously known as Plunkets restaurant established in 1977, is the latest Leeds Brewery pub. The 20th November saw the opening night of The Eagle and Child, welcoming friends and families to enjoy the Brewery’s favourite cask, keg and bottled beers and ales.
The Issue 7 launch of bi-annual magazine: LAW
Thursday 12th October was the Issue 7 launch of LAW magazine held in the world renowned independent bookshop and gallery Village located on the top floor of the Beautiful Corn Exchange in Leeds. LAW stands for ‘Lives And Works.’ Established in 2011, LAW is a London based bi-annual magazine that aims to document the beautiful undercurrent of Britain.
Introducing Leeds Brewery's Winter Menu
Winter is fast approaching and what better way to spend a bitter cold evening tucked away in a warm, cosy pub in the heart of Leeds. As we introduce our winter menu, it brings new ingredients, exciting flavours and a selection of hearty wholesome dishes that reflect the dropping temperatures.
The Business of Fashion
Our fourth edition of the Leodis forum focused on independent fashion and we were proud to welcome a broad cross section of established local, independent companies such as Accent Clothing as well as new, start up brands such as Tomato T-Shirts and Humble Kind Clothing. Our hosts for the evening; Lamberts Yard proved a perfect venue for our brands to showcase, discuss and network.
The Business of Cycling
Having focussed on a variety of topics in previous forums, most recently Leeds’ independent food and drink, we decided that this Leodis Forum would focus on the cycling industry as, in the wake of the Tour de France and anticipation of the Tour de Yorkshire, it felt like the right time to tackle this topic.
and the Yorkshire Dales Meat Company
Just over a century ago, the Knox family began farming in Wensleydale, North Yorkshire. In the early 2000s following the BSE crisis, with cattle trade unsettled and waning confidence across the market, the Knox family were frustrated with the poor prices they were receiving for their high quality beef. “We decided to take things into our own hands and started selling direct at farmers’ markets to try and get a little more for the product we were producing” says James Knox, the company’s newly appointed managing director.
and Sloemotion Gin
The newest addition to our back bars is the steeped sloe gin of Sloemotion: a family run business that have recently relocated to Barton-le-Willows. Although the business is growing and production has been greatly increased, the values and integrity that matter to Managing Director Jonathan Curtoys continue to remain a prevalent feature of this exemplary company.