1 Church Row, Leeds
One of Leeds Brewery's more recent acquisitions, the city's largest brewery brought the historic building back into use after decades of neglect, tastefully restoring the interior. Three spacious, flag-floored, high-ceilinged rooms and a second upstairs bar give plenty of choice. There’s a wide range of Leeds Brewery beers, as you’d expect, including the delightfully floral Leeds Pale, light, hoppy Yorkshire Gold and the mean and moody Midnight Bell. The ‘Lamb’ mixes warm exposed brickwork with big open windows and a superb courtyard beer garden. It also has plenty of space for private bookings, with fresh, locally sourced, sensibly priced food.