A visit to the Yorkshire is never complete without a good old pub crawl! We’ve put together a directory of some of the quality drinking establishments you’ll come across in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, North York Moors National Park and North Yorkshire.
Remember to keep checking back as we shall frequently be updating these pages as we complete our mammoth pub crawl – it’s a hard job, but I guess someone has to do it!
Pubs in Wensleydale
Pubs in Swaledale
Pubs in Wharfedale
Pubs in Arkengarthdale
Pubs in Malhamdale
Pubs in North Yorkshire
Yorkshire’s finest pints
You’ll be pushed to try all the traditional Yorkshire ales in one visit to Yorkshire, but here are a few old and new Yorkshire favourites all from local breweries:
Timothy Taylor & Co, Keighley, West Yorkshire
A strong pale ale with a complex hoppy aroma. Landlord has won more awards nationally than any other beer.
Black sheep Ale 4.4%
Black Sheep Brewery, Masham, North Yorkshire
Primium bitter, a powerfully flavoured pint with robust fruit, malt hops and a smooth bittersweet taste.
Copper Dragon Brewery, Keighley, West Yorkshire
Amber-coloured Heritage has a uniquely malty flavour complimented with a mild tempered bitterness. A fruity finish is the climax to this wonderfully complex and refreshing ale.
VPA – Verbeia Pale Ale 3.6%ABV
WharfeBank Brewery, Otley, West Yorkshire
A highly drinkable pale golden session ale, hopped with 3 distinctive varieties giving a citrus, fruity experience. Fantastically light and refreshing.
Stout Mary 4.5%
Ilkley Brewery, Ilkley, North Yorkshire
A full bodied oatmeal stout brewed with a blend of maris otter, roast, crystal and chocolate malts with wheat and oatmeal. Silver medal winner at the SIBA Northern region beer competition 2011.
Old Leg Over 4.1%
Daleside Brewery, Harrogate North Yorkshire
A mid-strength beer with a medium-dark colour. The beer has a nutty, fruity taste and aroma with a suggestion of herbs giving a very balanced flavour that's easy to drink.
Leeds Pale 3.8%
Leeds Brewery, Leeds, West Yorkshire
An easy drinking pale ale. Light and hoppy with delicate floral notes and a well-balanced finish.
Wild Mule 3.9%
Roosters Brewing Co, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire
Brewed using New Zealand’s Nelson Sauvin hop which creates a white wine fruitiness that’s backed up by a lasting grapefruit bitterness, Wild Mule is a new world, session-strength, pale ale with a kick.
Golden Goose 4.5%
Goose Eye Brewery, Keighley, West Yorkshire
A straw coloured beer, light on the palate with a smooth and refreshing hoppy finish.