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

Latest reviews from Saltaire

“Built by Titus Salt as part of his 19th Century workers village, he was a man that never touched alcohol, this municipal hall and theatre has hosted the Beer Festival for many years, with beers in several rooms over two floors. There's local beers aplenty and keg has been included in recent years. One detrimental aspect has been the taking off sale certain brews at certain times to ensure there's availability for the next day - but with no notice as to when and what beers this will happen too.“
ManVsBeer 67 days ago
74 /100 199 BINGLEY ROAD
“Impressive conversion of a former tramshed into a brewery & bar. it was heaving last Friday at tea-time. Beers on cask & keg are mostly from the Ossett/Salt stable, nothing terribly exciting.“
Cheeseboard 106 days ago
“Bradford CAMRA's beer festival, held a few miles north of the city in Saltaire. The Victoria Hall is a multiple room heritage venue. A decent, friendly festival with pretty much Yorkshire only beers.“
Cheeseboard 107 days ago
66 /100 192 SALTAIRE ROAD
“Prominent pub building just as the Unesco part of Saltaire begins if you are heading here from Shipley along the main road. A modern-traditional public house in appearance on the inside, it has a central service area with the pub split into two equal rooms with the bar covering both in symmetry. The left hand room after you enter seems to be where most people frequent and the decent row of cask ales are available on one part of the bar soon after you enter, with plenty of local options including specials or seasonal brews.“
ManVsBeer 465 days ago
72 /100 199 BINGLEY ROAD
“The former Hop at the Tramshed has been given a makeover and new name by Ossett with their branded Salt beers now adorning the central service area in the huge former tram building. Food is served and guest brews can be found. Slightly more interesting beer is found in the Salt taproom at the rear, but opening hour are more limited than the front bar but if you arrive at a weekend you've a better chance of being able to frequent this part, with seats over a couple of floors next to and around the brewing equipment.“
ManVsBeer 473 days ago
72 /100 199 BINGLEY ROAD
“Please note: this is a rate for the Beer Factory only, and not for the Salt Taproom, which although in the same building operates a different tap list and is only open on weekends. This bar is airy and comfortable, looking like half warehouse and half American pasta chain restaurant. The circular bar in the middle carries seven Ossett casks and a few Salt beers on keg (core range mostly), with two Thornbridge on cask as well. A smattering of cans from Salt give you a little more choice. Can't complain about the price. Decent enough although if you're familiar with these breweries you won't get loads of ticks.“
jjsint 937 days ago
68 /100 192 SALTAIRE ROAD
“Decent traditional two-room pub just inside the Saltaire limits. It's not connected to Salt brewery but is an old-fashioned cask ale bar. Six beers on cask, all traditional bitters, golden, ESBs and stout, from local microbreweries. The selection won't blow you away but it's a really friendly place, plus you're almost certain to get a tick or two here. Occasional live music.“
jjsint 937 days ago
76 /100 4 QUEENS ROAD
“Brilliant little micropub not that far from Bingley Road Junction. Bare concrete floor and slightly modern seating. The beer list consists of three cask ales, three keg and a cider, plus a dozen or two well-curated cans and bottles (Vocation and Yonder seem to feature most prominently). Friendly service and decent prices.“
jjsint 937 days ago
76 /100 63 SALTAIRE ROAD
“A step back on time, this place. Maybe that little bit manufactured but none the worse for it. You're greeted by the bar on your left with 8 cask ales (Landlord, Boltmaker and Old Peculier) plus five micros (generally from Yorkshire breweries). The keg and bottles don't hold any interest but you'll get a few decent cask beers here, even if they do tend toward the safe and sessionable. There's more seating in the back.“
jjsint 937 days ago
66 /100 63 SALTAIRE ROAD
“Average pub that looks small from the outside, but is much roomier once you venture inside. Selection wasnt great, my pint from White Rose was pleasant enough. Fannys is passable if you are visiting Saltaire, better places to drink in Yorkshire in my opinion.“
Beermenace 2574 days ago
62 /100
Hop Saltaire (Restaurant)
“At the top end of Titus Salt’s Saltaire village, this is a converted tram shed from the Ossett Brewery. Given the large ceiling it has an appealing space inside, with the central square bar carrying ale options from the full family of Ossett owned breweries in Yorkshire. It’s very much a family and food place though, so you’ll find some ordinary stuff dotted around the bar too. It’s fairly modern in design on the inside and the huge patio area out front is also a great asset for the pub.“
ManVsBeer 2671 days ago
66 /100 4 QUEENS ROAD
“Micropub in a modern building just off the main road in the modern top end part of Saltaire. It’s a simple set-up, but seems popular enough with the bar to the left of the central entrance with half a dozen options available with plenty of Yorkshire brewers represented. The bottle selection is decent too.“
ManVsBeer 2671 days ago
60 /100
Hop Saltaire (Restaurant)
“Located in the old tram shed, Interesting looking building from the outside. Associated with Ossett Brewery but they do also sell beers from the Rat brewery in Huddersfield. Ossett are also available on keg and they’re attempts at brewing more exciting beers are pretty good. It can get very busy and noisy in here. I haven’t ordered food here but the pizzas seem popular, well worth a visit as it’s so close a lot of other great pubs. The beer is also super cheap here, starting at about £2.80 a pint, There is also a cider available on cask most of the time“
sethbreaker 3229 days ago
84 /100 4 QUEENS ROAD
“Excellent little Micro Pub just off the main road in Saltaire, the casks are visible behind the bar kept on a two tier rack and behind glass doors. Selection varies but there is always one of the top Yorkshire breweries available such as Magic Rock,Great Heck,Northern Monk, Roosters etc. There are 4 cask lines and two keg lines. The bottle selection is excellent with a wide range of UK breweries. There is a small space out the back and the general ambiance is great. They sell pork pies and other bar snacks .“
sethbreaker 3229 days ago
76 /100 63 SALTAIRE ROAD
“Above Titus Salt’s model mill town on the first main road towards Shipley. It occupies both sides of an end terrace row that has back to back houses, and this pub has windows facing in both directions. The door faces the main road and the bar greets you as you enter. There’ several rooms to choose from on the ground floor in an open plan setting and all are fully wooden in design alongside exposed brick wall and its atmospheric for it. There’s also an upstairs room. The bar includes a large hand pulled selection on all three sides of the service area and there’s plenty of rotating ales alongside several permanent options. Lager is available too.“
ManVsBeer 3664 days ago
76 /100 63 SALTAIRE ROAD
“Good pub, good rotating selection of quality beers. Also offers craft and ciders. Welcoming place that gets very busy.“
JonMoore 3739 days ago
80 /100 63 SALTAIRE ROAD
“A good local pub to Saltaire. I thought they had a decent selection of beers from local breweries. They had a real fire going as well to add ambience. The bar area is small and it is a popular place, so it can take a bit of time to get served.“
Meeker 4154 days ago
72 /100 63 SALTAIRE ROAD
“nice little pub, good selection of hand pulls , not too many crafts if any , good ciders . nice place on a cold night due to the fire places , good pub“
harrystrill 4300 days ago
40 /100 63 SALTAIRE ROAD
“Average pub, could improve both beer and wine selection. Lagers are ok. Not much love for the ale there.“
Boodrums 4383 days ago