Little Leeds Beer House opens in the city centre

Leeds Corn Exchange. Pic: Simon Dewhurst.
Leeds Corn Exchange. Pic: Simon Dewhurst.
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LEEDS is chock-a-block with big brand names, thanks to the likes of Trinity Leeds and Victoria Gate opening the door for worldwide retailers.

But the city has always been a proud home to hundreds of small independent retailers too.

The Corn Exchange has tried to fly the flag for indie retailers and now boasts an extensive list of eclectic shops and boutiques – and a newbie is about to join the ranks.

The Little Leeds Beer House is the latest to join the line-up, selling beer, wine and spirits.

The latest addition is the third new shop in six months to open at the iconic Grade I-listed building, meaning it’s now 95 per cent let.

Speaking about the new venture, James Phillips, co-owner of Little Leeds Beer House, said: “The Corn Exchange is such a recognised landmark within the city centre. It’s great to be part of a shopping centre which is full of like-minded retailers and business owners.”

The people behind Bundobust and Tapped are also behind the Little Leeds Beer House and will host tasting sessions throughout the summer, so keep your eyes peeled.