Did the news of Tetley's return to Leeds whet your appetite for a taste of the new brew?
If so, then you're in luck, because we have a list of ten places in and around Leeds that stock the new pale pint.
The beer is being made at Leeds Brewery, which was founded in 2007 and became the city’s biggest brewer when the giant Tetley plant closed in 2011. Now a partnership with Tetley’s parent company Carlsberg, will see these former rivals collaborate to bring Tetley beers back to its traditional heartland.
While production of the flagship Tetley Bitter will continue to be concentrated at Banks’s Brewery in Wolverhampton, Leeds Brewery will focus on producing a range of Tetley beers based on recipes from the company archives.
The first, No.3 Pale Ale, recreates a recipe from 1868 – and uses the same unique double strain of yeast which has given distinctive taste and texture to Tetley’s beers since founder Joshua Tetley first opened the Hunslet brewery in 1822.
Click on the link at the top of this page to reveal the ten places in and around Leeds stocking the new pint.
Read the full Tetley's story here:
Welcome home: Tetley beer to be brewed in Leeds once again
Cheers! The story of how Tetley's became an integral part of Leeds life for almost 200 years
Taverner: Why Tetley's No 3 Pale Ale is a genuine attempt to create something special.
Raising a glass to the welcome return of Tetley to its Leeds heartland