Salt Beer Factory is opening two craft-centred venues in Leeds city centre.
The project is known as Craft Asylum and the first bar is set to launch in Granary Wharf on Friday, November 16. Craft Asylum is a city centre concept which will showcase modern hop-forward beers from Salt and leading guest breweries, over 50 artisan gins and premium coffee. The two new bars will create a relaxing destination for guests to visit and escape from the everyday madness of city life, whilst enjoying great drinks from independent producers. The second bar is set to open on Friday, November 30 at 26 East Parade.
Jamie Lawson, owner of Ossett Brewery said: “The vision for Salt has been three years in the making; a concept that began with an idea to brew some beer at the back of the Hop in Saltaire has now evolved into something much greater than we could’ve ever imagined. The vision has now extended beyond the brewery as we aim to showcase the best in craft beers and gins, in a modern pub environment.”
The Salt experience includes brewery tours, a stage for live events, DJ booth, tank beer dispense, gift shop, wood-fired pizza oven, and private hire facilities.