The city’s largest brewery operates six characterful pubs full of charm. Each one serves locally brewed ale in a unique setting.
Leeds has great number of fantastic pubs to choose from but when you see the words Leeds Brewery above the door you know you’re on to a winner. In 2008 the company opened its first pub, The Midnight Bell, which was an instant success. Since then they’ve opened another five. All are distinctly different with unique characteristics ranging from red bricks fired at the start of the industrial revolution at The Midnight Bell, to original etched and bevelled glass work at The Garden Gate, to 13th century timber frames at The Duke of York.
What they all have in common is a commitment to offering the very best in food and drink so you drink your locally brewed pint in vibrant and noteworthy surroundings. The pubs are scattered throughout Leeds within easy access of each other.
The journey to Leeds from London takes around 2 hours 30 minutes by train.
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