Huddersfield Lindley Beer Guide: Your Huddersfield Lindley guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

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56 /100 107 OCCUPATION ROAD
“They’ve recently re-added occasionally rotating cask ale to this quaint small one roomed pub in Lindley after a period without it and now proudly displays this fact on its advertisement board on the main road and also have a page on the CAMRA site for their effort. It’s slightly off the main road that runs past the hospital, and this is probably the reason why you might come here if you are waiting for or in between visit times at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary. It was also the best well-kept ale I’ve had in several months. Boddington’s is also a keg option here and the other interesting aspect about this traditionally designed pub is that it still has one of the early sit-down gaming machines for two players that also acts as a table that you can put your pint on.“
ManVsBeer 2523 days ago
62 /100 WEST STREET
“Convivial pub around the small shopping area at the north end of Lindley. This is an older pub building with an updated interior that’s had some money spent on it. It remains traditional in style and is a very cosy place to enjoy food or drink. The bar area is all open plan but has several defined areas to sit in with some walls separating each section. There’s a fireplace at one end and television screens in other areas. You’ll find some photographs of Huddersfield Town Football Club on the wall in one area. There’s also a separate room that is good for dining. The bar includes three real ale pumps stocked with a selection of ales from regional brewers. There’s also a rear patio area with plenty of wooden tables although it is encircled by the car park.“
ManVsBeer 2540 days ago
62 /100 75 ACRE STREET
“Almost surrounded by the buildings of the Royal Infirmary hospital, this pub makes the most of its location by offering an NHS happy hour between 3pm and 8pm to help bridge the gap between visiting hours. As such it also serves food although there’s only a few tables actually set out for eating at. It’s a fairly ordinary pub inside but kitted out well enough with durable furniture and wood paneling around a stone floor area. It’s all open plan but there are various areas that are defined by the many pillars holding the building up. There’s a pool table at one end and a cosy lounge area with fireplace at the other. The bar is in the centre opposite the entrance and includes five ale pumps, four of which were occupied on my visit with a cider on one of them. The prices are very good here.“
ManVsBeer 2540 days ago
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