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48 /100 229 WOODHOUSE LANE
“Imposing red-brick building, the last between the university and Hyde Park in the city, a large multi-space pub in the ground floor, I think it is a hotel above. Made open plan it has a student vibe to its appearance and set-up, which makes perfect sense given the Universities dominate this area. Food is served here. Just the one cask ale available in my visit,.“
ManVsBeer 331 days ago
62 /100 229 WOODHOUSE LANE
“Nice place. Free WiFi. 6 taps 2 kegs (one was doom bar). Friendly service. Not cheap at 2. 65 a half.“
deanso 464 days ago
68 /100 229 WOODHOUSE LANE
“Mainly a student's pub just north of the university in Leeds, and close to the Woodhouse Moor Park. Ten cask ales and a decent range of craft beers on taps and cans. Five guest beers from Brew York and Mad Squirrel at our stay. Colourful decor and interiors, large pub divided into different sections. Friendly service and decent burgers. Well worth visiting. (Together with other Norwegians attending the International Medieval Conference at the university, 04.06.2022).“
Rune 684 days ago
74 /100 33 QUEENS ROAD
“Regular visitor to The Brudenell, as it probably is one of the best and most progressive music venues for alternative rock/indie pop in Leeds - with gigs more or less all nights of the week. Beer list is mainly focused on craft beers from the thriving W Yorkshire beer scene,and you'll probably come across some hard to find and exclusive brews from the brilliant Northern Monk brewery here. It's divided into several departments - the music venue (with a separate bar), the main bar/dining area which comes across like a more traditional UK social club, and a big area wiht outdoor seating.“
midjo 2262 days ago
“A student/university pub located right in the middle of the University campus in the basement of the Leeds University Union’s building. A rather long bar serving different sections of a large room and a little patio outside. A freehouse with cask ales from Bad Seed, Tyne Bank, Sonnet 43 and Daleside at my stay. Every early July it is possible to have the famous Congress Ale from Daleside on cask during the International Medieval Congress. Some interesting bottles in the fridge. Basic pub food options. Good vibe and friendly service. Btw; it was in the canteen upstairs in this building that The Who payed their historic live concert in February 1970 known as The Who - Live at Leeds. (Visited several times during the IMC, July 2017).“
Rune 2506 days ago
70 /100 33 QUEENS ROAD

We visited here Saturday 5th November 2016 to attend a gig by Preoccupations (prev’ called Viet Cong). We’ve always wanted to visit this place as I know that it is held in very high regard in these parts and indeed across the country, not just for the great gigs that they put on but also for what they put back into the community. The venue is set back off the road with a car park in front. In terms of location, its in the Burley area of Leeds in a largely residential area, north west of the centre just past a large park called Woodhouse Moor, we walked it from Northern Brewers and got the taxi back to the hotel, however for those wishing to stretch their legs, its about a mile and a half walk from Leeds station.

Its a decent sized venue, which I understand have gigs in both the main room and a smaller bar area out the back, they were having Wand (great band btw) play in the other room this evening. We arrived quite early and it was already quite busy and took us an age to get to the bar but once there service was friendly and swift. There is lots of seating, for orientation purposes, as you enter you turn right for the main bar the seating area is here, its comfy, mainly carpeted in here.

They had ’approx’ ten beers on tap most of which were macro and not that great but the cask selection offered some local offerings, however it was the great bottle and can selection that I was particularly interested in with the likes of Firestone Walker, Northern Monk core range and Patrons Project editions, Magic Rock core range, etc in fact I am doing it a disservice as the range was really solid and prices were extremely reasonable, put it like this I paid a lot less for Northern Monk here than I did at their tap. I understand that they have a beer festival here once a year and I for one think that it would be well worth coming to. We really liked this place, sadly the gig didn’t live up to our expectations, but hey-ho at least the beer choice was good. Btw they do a great pie and pint deal with good pies from Pieminister, we had a curry down the road but I think that the pie would also have been a very good choice.

Fin 2739 days ago
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