Ossett Brewing Company Limited
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Archies Bar & Kitchen
Archie’s Bar & Kitchen is our stylish venue in Leeds city centre, serving a mix of mouth-watering food, stone baked pizza, amazing cocktails, and our own world-class range of beers.
An exciting joint venture from Ossett & SALT. Creatively combining the SALT influenced contemporary look with Ossett's traditional style. Delicious Asian street food from BaoBros 23 available.
Black Bull, Liversedge
The brewery’s first foray into pub-ownership set a standard that became the benchmark for all it’s subsequent houses. Boasting trademark attention to detail and stylish decor, the Black Bull manages to convey an inclusive yet traditional atmosphere that has timeless appeal.
Black Bull, Rothwell
Situated close to the motorway link east of Leeds lies the vibrant market town of Rothwell. The Black Bull occupies a central location in the town with ample parking and a pleasant beer garden. This detached multi-levelled open-plan traditional inn has been refurbished to a typically high standard and all the popular traits, including unique pump clip wallpaper, traditional tiling - and not forgetting our award-winning ales, can be found here.
Brewers Pride, Ossett
Brewers Pride is just round the corner from the Brewery, located at the bottom of Healey Road in Ossett. This unique pub offers a fantastic range of quality real ales and food.
Cross Keys, Knaresborough
Set in the bustling historic market town of Knaresborough, The Cross Keys is a welcome haven for locals and visitors alike. Fine craftsmanship and attention to detail has resulted in a hostelry befitting its celebrated surroundings.
Drop Inn, Elland
Hidden away amongst historic Calderdale mills, the charming Drop Inn is well worth seeking out. With intimate bars and pleasant spacious beer garden there’s plenty to recommend.
Luis Bar at Fernandes
Luis Bar is a beer lover's paradise featuring cask ale, craft keg and cocktails on tap housed above Fernandes micro-brewery.
Four beautifully imagined and rustically furnished drinking areas plus terrace and riverside beer garden set The Flowerpot apart from the crowd. Exuding charm and character from every angle, inside and out.
Set in the Holgate district of York lies The Fox, a pub that boasts York’s largest beer garden and has the distinction of being a blue plaque heritage inn, making it a must-visit for anyone.
The Hop Leeds is a unique real ale house, serving the finest drinks and award-winning pies. Situated in the famous dark arches in Granary Wharf, The Hop Leeds hosts weekly music with an intimate atmosphere.
With over 50 years brewing experience and over 35 years knowledge of the music industry, The Hop combines traditional real ale, a fantastic range of drinks with a twist and live music.
The Hop York is a unique real ale house and an exciting drinking establishment located at the heart of York on Fossgate, serving up delicious wood-fired pizza and Ossett Brewery ales, as well as hosting weekly music.
King’s Arms, Heath Common
A fully working Yorkshire range is another wonderful reminder of days of old. The stunning location, fabulous beer gardens and intimate atmosphere teams superbly with exquisite fayre and a wide selection of real ales.
Old Peacock, Leeds
The iconic Old Peacock is located opposite Leeds United FC. Serving an exclusive Thai throughout the week, along with an extensive family beer garden, Sky Sports TV and a large Marquee.
The Vic, Ossett
This much loved community pub is Ossett Brewery's second tenancy with licensees Tanya and Dale. The Vic offers drinkers a traditional but stylish environment in which to enjoy Ossett Brewery ale and Vinnie G's Caribbean Kitchen.
Rat and Ratchet, Huddersfield
Packed full of eye-catching art and imaginative decoration, the Rat & Ratchet is an exceptional drinking experience with the widest appeal. The Brewery is housed beneath the pub and the pub and countrywide festivals.
Riverhead Brewery, Marsden
Unique amongst our houses, the Riverhead boasts a pub, a brewery and a restaurant - all under one roof. Combine superbly crafted real ale with delicious bao buns at the heart of Marsden Moor Estate.
Salt Beer Factory & Kitchen
Salt Bar & Kitchen sits at the front of the tramshed building and offers a range of SALT beers, real ales, artisan gin, premium wine, à la carte dining and live music. The Bar & Kitchen (previously The Hop) was rebranded in January 2019 and completes SALT Beer Factory. Between the Bar & Kitchen and Taproom there is something that caters for everyone!
Salt Beer Factory Taproom
Expect to find a range of hop-forward beers including IPAs, stouts, lagers and exciting brewing collaborations. Salt is a microbrewery with a difference, determined to unify heritage and modern brewing.
Salt, Boston Spa
Situated just outside of Wetherby on the outskirts of Leeds, SALT Boston Spa offers a huge range of SALT brews and other craft beers available on both cask and keg along with cocktails on tap.
Salt, Calls Landing
Famed for serving up a diverse selection of locally brewed craft beers and a variety of cocktails ‘on tap’, SALT Calls Landing offers an atmospheric venue steeped in the industrial heritage of Leeds’ City Centre with unrivalled views of the riverside, where guests can indulge in a range of Yorkshire pies served with all the trimmings or unwind after a busy workday.
A relaxing A stylish beer and cocktail drinking destination just round the corner from one of Leeds’ most popular nightspots, Greek Street. The new New York style concept means local drinkers of Leeds and afar can enjoy 8 different cocktails on tap including, Salted Caramel Espresso Martini, Strawberry & Rhubarb Cosmo, Pear & White Tea Fizz, as well as the ultimate summer classic, Aperol Spritz. Let’s not forget to take advantage of their special cocktail offer with 2 for £10 available all day, every day. Beer lovers can also sit down and relax with SALT’s renowned keg beers including favourites like, Jute, Huckaback and Ikat as well as a range of Ossett Brewery cask classics and Yøn Helles Lager.
Salt, Granary Wharf
Situated in Leeds’ bustling Granary Wharf, SALT launch their 6th branded Tap with a Craft + Falafel concept. The newly refurbished site pairs award-winning craft beer with delicious middle-eastern street food.
SALT Deptford is based at Market Yard, boasting a specially curated menu of wood fired pizzas that visitors can enjoy whilst sipping on SALT’s latest beers and core range. There will also be cocktails, wines and spirits available.
Situated in Leeds’ popular suburb Oakwood, SALT Craft + Cocktails pairs award-winning craft beer with delicious cocktails 'on tap'. Not only that, you can also indulge in some exceptional comfort food like burgers, wings and loaded fries all courtesy of our friends at BigBuns.
SALT Sheffield brings together a Craft + Bao concept, showcasing award-winning craft ale paired with delicious Bao Buns from 'Bao Mesters'.
SALT Woolwich is based at Royal Arsenal, boasting a specially curated menu of wood fired pizzas , chicken wings and fries that visitors can enjoy whilst sipping on SALT’s latest beers, core range and two permanent Ossett casks. There will also be cocktails, wines and spirits available.
Shepherd’s Boy, Dewsbury
Benefitting from a comprehensive facelift is The Shepherds Boy. With it’s collection of photographic portraits of famous Yorkshire folk and THE ‘secret’ garden, the ‘Shep’ is an ideal venue for both indoor and outdoor imbibing.
Shepherd’s Rest, Sowerby Bridge
The Shepherds Rest was the second Ossett Brewery pub to open in the Calderdale region and offers a blend of comfortable style and rustic simplicity in a classic street corner environment.
The Tap, Ossett
In early 2007 this charming inn was acquired on the outskirts of town, close to the brewery. A real fire and typically comfortable furnishings make ‘The Tap’ a perfect place to sample both our brewing and design skills.
Three Pigeons, Halifax
The Three Pigeons is among the best-surviving Art Deco pub interiors in Britain and one of only three left in the country. Originally built as a Websters pub on the grounds of an older pub which stood before it. The award-winning venue is a sensitively restored Grade II listed building dating from 1932. The pub is listed in the English Heritage National Directory of Protected Pub Interiors and Ossett has received conservation awards for the restoration work carried out on the pub.
Traveller’s Inn, Hipperholme
A comprehensive refit has restored this gem to its former glory. With flagged floor, rebuilt bar and attractive terrace, the Travellers today is unquestionably one of Calderdale’s finest ale houses.
White Horse, Emley
A truly rural location sets this pub apart from the rest. Customers can choose between the intimate bar or inclusive family room in which to enjoy their pint.