Whenever the Brownlee brothers decide to visit their parents they will be guaranteed a free pint.
Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee, who captured the nation’s hearts in the London 2012 Olympics, have been honoured with their own pub in the town where they grew up.
Enterprising twins Nick and Chris Green have named their newest pub after Horsforth’s famous Olympians to keep the legacy of the games alive in the suburb.
And the Brownlees already have their own personalised tankards behind the bar at the Brownlee Arms if they decide to have a break from training.
Chris said: “The pub had a chequered history but has had a £500,000 investment into its development.
“We decided it needed to change names so we thought long and hard about what to call it.
“We decided to name it after the Brownlee brothers because they are from Horsforth.
“It’s a legacy we wanted to carry on from the Olympics.
“The Brownlees are proper Yorkshire lads who work really hard and support the community.
“We have even got two beer tankards for them with their names on behind the bar for a free pint whenever they visit.”
And Chris said the brothers are delighted with the honour.
He hopes the sporty pair will visit the pub, on Long Row, once they finish their trek of Kilimanjaro.
Chris added: “We spoke to their agent and the brothers are quite honoured and think it’s funny actually.”
The Brownlee Arms was officially opened on October 12.