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Town Street Tavern

Added by matt [29280 pints]


Town Street Tavern
16-18 Town Street
LS18 4RJ
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Town Street Tavern has 8 hand pumps

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Beer quality - 9/10
Beer selection - 9/10
Atmosphere - 9/10
Price - 6/10
Overall Opinion - 9/10
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This is one of the pubs owned by Market Town Taverns - The pub opened in 2003 and was formally an off licence. The number 50 bus stops outside it so it is easily accessible from anyone on the route to Leeds. The pub is no Smoking throughout and food is served both in the bar and the Brasserie upstairs. Serving times are Monday 6 - 9 food served downstairs only, Tuesday to Saturdays 6 -9 food served both upstairs and downstairs and Sundays food is served 12 -5 both up and downstairs. Dogs are welcome and the pub has a dog food menu. Children are also welcome in the bar till 6pm and in the upstairs restaurant. Highchairs & changing facilities available.
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Added by matt - about 8 years ago via twitter

Few pints in Town Street Tavern. Leeds Midnight Bell, invisible paint

Added by matt - almost 9 years ago

I started with a pint of Olivana Best by the recently opened Ilkley brewery. It was an excellent pintm with a nice strong hop flavour but well balanced. I then had a pint of the very chocloaty Triple Chocoholic. They now also have real ciders n the bar, Janets Jungle Juice was available today.

Added by matt - almost 9 years ago

I tried all 3 guests, all decent brews. They have started selling olives again.

Added by matt - about 9 years ago

I had a couple of pints of the Phoenix Spotland Gold, a nice refreshing pale beer.

Added by matt - over 9 years ago

I tried all 3 of the guests. The Gamekeeper and Blackberry Cascade were nice but I wasn't keen on the Askrigg. It had a strong earthy taste to it. Iv had this beore in the past when I have tried to brew York brewery Yorkshire Terrior kits. I think its to do with bad hops.