Post Tagged with: “Beer”

Guiseley pubs and restaurants benefit from picky revellers

The Station Pub

By Tom Clayton It may be doom and gloom for pubs across the UK – but one West Yorkshire town is bucking the trend. Guiseley’s booming social scene has seen four bars and restaurants either opening or been refurbished, showing there is a demand for local eateries and bars. Tony McCaul, manager of The Station in Guiseley, says business is […]

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New Horsforth Brewery premises set to become hub for local community

New Horsforth Brewery premises set to become hub for local community

By Will Ford The owner of Horsforth Brewery has moved his business to larger premises to meet the growing demand for his craft beer. Mark Costello, 34, started brewing as a hobby five years ago before starting to sell his beer to local shops and pubs in August last year. The new brewery on Station Road, Horsforth, will open on […]

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Leeds pub celebrates 300th anniversary in style

Whitelock's Ale House in Leeds

By Mike Berriman Whitelock’s Ale House is celebrating its 300th birthday today with the start of a four day beer festival. Built in 1715, Whitelock’s is the oldest pub in Leeds.

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NEWS BULLETIN: Thurs, July 31

NEWS BULLETIN: Thurs, July 31

Watch a roundup of today’s news in brief from the Yorkshire Voice newsroom, presented by Mark Kielesz-Levine on Thursday, July 31.

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Real Ale lovers celebrate Yorkshire weekend

Real Ale lovers celebrate Yorkshire weekend

By Anders Anglesey The pumps and glasses are being polished as the Yarnbury Beer festival gets ready to welcome around 2,000 people over the weekend. The festival, now in its fifth year, will be showcasing a wide range of beers and ciders from all across the region. The festival has been organised to celebrate Yorkshire Day on August 1, which […]

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