Cross Roads Beer Guide: Your Cross Roads guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

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56 /100 50 HAWORTH ROAD
“In the small extension of the village of Haworth on its far upper eastern side known as Cross Roads, this inn of the same name stands on the mini traffic island where three busy enough roads come together. One of the two pub’s car parks is also directly off the traffic island and there’s also a beer garden at the rear next to one of these. Inside it’s a small convivial space designed for locals more than anything else and the old building contains some tired looking features. The decor and furniture are traditional and the main seating area includes a small fireplace. With 5 hand pumps you’re guaranteed to find several Copper Dragon brews here at anyone time and they have up to two guest ales too. Many of the used pump clips are on the beams of the roof and there’s clearly been a wide range here including their own seasonals and specials as well as those from other rivals - mainly from Yorkshire and the North West. The landlord and patrons are friendly and dogs are welcome here.“
ManVsBeer 2036 days ago
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