This page features Pub and Brewery news from around the Leeds area, plus one or two newsworthy snippets from the Leeds CAMRA branch.
Wapentake is hosting a Nomadic Beers Tap Takeover from 6th December. This will feature the launch of Nomadic’s ‘bread beer’ (as yet unnamed...), made with bread provided by the pub and the Leeds Bread Co-op.
In more Nomadic-related news, Greene King pubs The Templar, Lord Darcy and The Regent in Chapel Allerton are now able to stock Nomadic beers.
Leeds brewery Bobage is believed to have stopped brewing.
The Wetherby Brew Co. is a new venture, currently under construction on York Road, that hopes to bring us a microbrewery, tap room and bottle shop. Due to open in December.
The Old Red Bus Station has sadly stopped selling real ale.
Guiseley Morrisons supermarket is a surprising, but very welcome, newcomer to real ale – there is a handpump installed at the cafe, dispensing Saltaire Blonde.
Wilde Child brewery have announced it's expansion details. It has relocated to a new larger premises which will enable production to increase from 3 barrels per week to 15 barrels. The first beer from the new facility should be available from Feb 2018.