Craft Beer Bars in Leeds
What was once a fad is now a full on lifestyle choice, and we can hardly move for craft beer bars in Leeds lately. Featuring the most hoppy, dark, light and distilled-through-magic-crystal beers around, the city is packed full of artisan beers perfect for conoissuers of any calibre. So take a look at our recommended list of craft beer pubs in Leeds and get tasting.
Of course, Scottish craft brew purveyors BrewDog have earned their title as one of Leeds' best spots for a craft brew. With a dazzling array of creations on tap alongside a fridge full of bottles to explore, they're a top choice for refeshing beer and juicy burgers.
The northern daddies of beer, BrewDog have set up shop in the city with a cool aesthetic and 36 draft beer lines. Perfect for craft beer in Leeds, you're bound to find something on their taps or in the bottles, while you munch on pizzas and play a game of shuffleboard or two.
Cuckoo might look like a neon-lit cocktail bar on the outside/inside, but once inside this colourful paradise you'll find another trick up their sleeve: craft beer! Their taps include everyone from Brooklyn to Beavertown, and they serve it in 'giraffe' sharing pourers if you'd like. And they've even got a shed beer roof terrace too.
The Belgrave Music Hall is pretty much an institution in this city, which is why they paid attention to their beer-loving customers. Across two bars and three floors, they play host to a number of live music acts, art exhibitions and film screenings, while you indulge in a menu chocked full of cask ales and craft beers.
Headrow House is offering one unique place to drink beer in Leeds, with its industrial vibe, dedicated beer hall and rooftop terraces. Go all out and pair your pint with one of Ox Club's proper kebabs, made with free-range Yorkshire beef or chicken, fresh veggies and vegan döner meat.
Bundobust is all about craft beer: it looks like a craft beer bar, it delivers an ever-rotating stock of the stuff, and the staff love it too. But they're unique selling point is the vibrant and varied Indian street food menu, which might be the perfect accompaniment to a great beer.
Over two centuries old, The Cross Keys know a thing or two about beers. Head into their pub on the bottom floor and you'll be treated to a wide range of cask stout and beers on tap that regularly change, which you can drink in their great beer garden. Oh, and they happen to have an award-winning Sunday roast too.
This quirky little pub is also mad for craft beer. Come here for live music or cosy atmosphere and you can enjoy a selection of tasty craft and cask beers, as well as craft beers imported from around the world. And then you can feast on a selection of bar snacks, like nachos, burgers, meats and cheese.
This craft beer bar in Leeds love it so much that they cook it into their freshly made pizza doughs! And if that didn't prove their commitment enough, they've got 27 draft beers on tap, including 14 craft keg beers and 13 cask ales, as well as 100 bottled beers from around the world.