Leeds Headingley Beer Guide: Your Leeds Headingley guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Leeds Headingley

64 /100 104 OTLEY ROAD
“Plenty of handpumps. Even some craft beer cans and bottles in a beer fridge. Some from Cambden vocation and Meantime. Free WiFi. The taps are mostly from Yorkshire which is nice to see.“
deanso 363 days ago
“Best pub in Headingley so far. Close to the cricket ground. Good tap selection. Free wifi“
deanso 363 days ago
68 /100 11-13 NORTH LANE
“Close to Headingly cricket ground. Large tap selection. Lots of bottles and cans, mostly Belgian and American. Free WiFi. Good for craft beer. Not cheap. Half a pint was 2.20“
deanso 363 days ago
64 /100 104 OTLEY ROAD
“Traditional pub with a new age name as a variant of its previous incarnation. I was a little suspicious of the name to begin with given it was accompanied by a Greene King sign, but it's certainly worth a look in, especially as it's only 20 metres away from the Beer Ritz bottle shop. There's perhaps more real ales than craft ales in its cask selection, but with 12 hand pumps (10 in use on my visit), and only one ale actually from the Greene King portfolio there's plenty of choice here. There's definitely a Yorkshire microbrewery bias in its selection. If you want something actually crafted then this will be from its fair bottle and can selection from behind the long bar that runs most of the length of the middle of this chain looking pub. I actually opted for a real cider, and the choices here are just as good, with 13 boxes stacked in a pyramid at one end of the bar. 10 of these were from Lilley's, 2 from Westons and one from Cockeyed.“
ManVsBeer 366 days ago
“This bar has just had a much needed expansion, doubling its capacity and making it by far the best bar/pub in Headingly. This bar is situated at the end of the Arndale centre, and spreads across two floors; the second of which has a glass sliding wall creating a alfresco experience. The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable, offering free taste testers. The place has a very cosy homely feel about it with free board games and books to use. The range of beers on offer is very good here but not as comprehensive as other bars in Leeds (most notably Northbar, but allot cheaper). They have around 3 taps reserved for guest ales which they get in quite frequently, and other taps with local favourites such as Leeds best, Timmy Tailor and Black sheep. They have a medium size wine selection at reasonable prices, and offer some basic bar food. This bar is very quite during the day, but on Friday and Saturday nights it can get far too busy and given the limited bar length this can cause large que’s. All in all this bar is a great place to enjoy a good beer and a chat with friends at a very competitive price (I.E. £3.60 for a bottle of Delirium). “
finnfb 3337 days ago