Yorkshire Ale Trail Map

Welcome to Yorkshire's Delicious Ale Trail which will give you more than a taste of the variety of ale offer right across Yorkshire.

Whether you venture far from home or just pop along to your local, you can be sure of a warm welcome in any of Yorkshire's pubs.

Our Delicious Ale Trail map allows you to find your way to the excellent ales around the county so wherever you are or whatever you are doing, get ready to enjoy a proper pint or two – a real taste to savour.

The Carpenters Arms, Felixkirk, nr Thirsk

A traditional village inn with rooms located in the heart of Felixkirk village, on the outskirts of the Market Town of Thirsk. Specialising in bringing its guests high quality food, drink, service and surroundings; including a superb private dining room, the Garden Room and outdoor terrace and 10 en-suite bedrooms.

Woolly Sheep, Skipton

Timothy Taylor's flagship pub has it all; award winning modern British fresh food, 9 AA four star rated rooms, and an award winnning beer garden.

Foresters Arms, Carlton

Located in the North Yorkshire Dales, with cosy open fires, oak beams, local cask ales and a quality menu.

1. Woolly Sheep

A must visit when in the thriving market town of Skipton. Timothy Taylor’s flagship pub has it all; award winning modern British fresh food, 9 AA four star rated rooms, an award winning beer garden and of course, Timothy Taylor’s cask ales in perfect condition. Situated in the centre of Skipton, the Woolly Sheep is a regular in the ‘Good Beer Guide'.

2. The Croft Hotel

After extensive refurbishment under taken between 2012 and 2013 we hope you find this landmark and historic building from the early 19th century has been sympathetically restored and now provides the ideal mix of the traditional and contemporary. Our aim is to offer modern British cuisine and an extensive range of dishes suited to every mood. We are presenting an all-day bold and innovative menu showcasing signature modern and traditional dishes which

3. Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Jumping aboard our real ale bar car is guaranteed to set you in good stead for the day. With a selection of locally brewed real ales conveyed on most trains – what are you waiting for? Poured from the cask into specially constructed containers to ensure a perfect pint no matter what time of the day, sit back in comfort as you sup and travel through Brontë countryside.

4. Town Hall Tavern

Situated in the heart of Leeds, this eclectic Gastro pub offers a vibrant, comfortable interior set within an historic building. The pubs recent transformation into a high quality food and drink destination has seen it quickly pick up recognition. Winners of the Yorkshire Post Oliver award for the best lunch in Leeds 2012, holder of an AA rosette and silver medal in 2012 for Yorkshire pub of the year.

5. The Boar's Head

The Boar’s Head is a traditional Coaching Inn in the village of Ripley. Our chefs offer traditional and imaginative dishes, using fresh produce from the Ripley Castle Kitchen Garden to create mouthwatering seasonal fare. Ales include our unique Crackshot Ale, brewed by Daleside Brewery to our genuine seventeenth century recipe, plus a regularly changing list of ales from local brewers.

6. The Chequers Inn

A traditional 16th century ‘olde worlde’ country pub serving homemade food and real ales, situated near A1(M) Jct42 & M1 Jct47. In summer enjoy a cold drink in the picturesque terraced garden or in winter cosy up next to roaring fires. Our delicious homemade food is bursting with flavour to reflect seasonality and local produce. Ales from Timothy Taylor, Leeds Brewery, Brown Cow, Theakstons & John Smiths, plus a weekly Yorkshire guest ale.

7. The Foresters Arms

The Foresters Arms is a community owned pub and is run by tenant’s Kimberley and Allan Brereton. The Foresters Arms is in the village of Carlton in the beautiful dale of Coverdale. With cosy open fires and oak beams, this country pub specialises in local cask ales, with a varied menu and choice of wine. En-suite accommodation is available.

8. Royal Oak

Eat, drink and sleep in the city’s most stylish venue. Close to Ripon’s magnificent cathedral, the recently refurbished Royal Oak matches excellent cask ales with great quality food; serving an imaginative modern British menu, freshly prepared by a talented team of AA rosette winning chefs. You can also stay a while in one of the 6 AA four star rated rooms.

9. Bier Huis

Now Open Mon - Thurs 09:30 - 18:30 Fri/Sat 09:30 - 20:00 With possibly Yorkshire’s biggest selection of Yorkshire bottled beer plus the best from around the world along with quality real cider and crafted Yorkshire spirits leading to a shop bursting with nearly 400 bottles! Plus great Yorkshire produce. Or why not take one of specially created gifts home with you. Located in the market town of Ossett just off Jct 40 M1.

10. The Lord Rodney

Church Street, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD21 Keighley’s most stylish bar and restaurant offers a fresh inventive food menu paired with Timothy Taylor’s cask ales made just up the road. By day, a bright vibrant place to meet and eat. In the evening, a sophisticated bar with an extensive drinks range and great atmosphere. A visit to the outdoor covered courtyard is a must or book yourself one of the comfy booths.

11. The Bay Horse

The Bay Horse is at the heart of the beautiful village of Hutton Rudby featuring some of the cornerstones of british cooking and drinking. Combining great locally sourced foods with a great selection of Real Ales. The pub offers a traditional feel throughout with exposed beams, low ceilings and a wood-burning stove this complemented by the friendly atmospheremakes for a truly enjoyable experience.

12. The Woodman Inn

The nostalgia hits you when you walk through the door of The Woodman Inn, in Thunder Bridge, Huddersfield - with its traditional bar, cosy corners by the wood-burning fire, the chatter of happy customers and the tinkling of knives and forks. As a true country inn and independent traditional real ale pub, The Woodman Inn takes great delight in tempting customers with its selection of handcrafted local ales.

13. Black Sheep Brewery

Set in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, the Black Sheep Brewery is the ideal location for a day or evening out. Why not take one of our guided tours of our brewery and find out how we brew our famous ales? Afterwards, you can kick back and relax over a delicious meal at the Black Sheep Bar & Bistro. Our shop has lots of Black Sheep goodies including our range of award-winning ales for you to stock up on before you go home.

14. Wold Top Brewery

Enjoy a taste of the Yorkshire Wolds with Wold Top Brewery’s award winning ales. Brewed on the family farm using predominantly own home grown barley which is malted locally and pure chalk filtered water from our borehole. Our award winning range of beers can be enjoyed in Yorkshire’s pubs, hotels and restaurants and bought from farm shops, independent retailers and at www.woldtopbrewery.co.uk . Not open to the public.

15. Timothy Taylors

To Timothy Taylor’s flavour is all important. The unique “Taylor`s Taste” is achieved by using only the finest natural ingredients, taking pride in the brewing process and allowing full time for the ales to ferment and mature. Since 1928 Taylor`s beers have won over 70 prestigious awards. Landlord, the company`s nationally renowned pale ale that was once described by pop icon Madonna as the “Champagne of Ales".

16. George and Dragon Hotel and Dent Brewery

CAMRA West Pennine Cider & Pub of the Year 2013 George & Dragon Hotel Tap-House for Dent Brewery. Nestling in the heart of Dentdale a few miles from the market town of Sedbergh, Dent is renowned as one of the quaintest and prettiest villages in the Yorkshire Dales. Situated in idyllic countryside within easy reach of the Lake District and the west coast.

4  The Chemic Tavern, Leeds

A traditional real ale pub with live music and a wonderful atmosphere.

5  The One Eyed Rat, Ripon

An award winning pub catering for those with a passion for caskale & continental draught beers too.

6  The Bull at Broughton, Skipton

Seasonal ingredients from the pick of local suppliers create a menu inspired by tradition with a twist.

7  The Anvil Inn, Sawdon

Situated on the edge of Wykeham Forest serving a menu using the finest local produce.

8  Broadfield Ale House, Sheffield

We work hard to bring you a proper honest down-to-earth pub experience.

9  Ye Old Sun Inn, Colton

Award winning pub serving fantastic locally sourced dishes as well as supplying luxury accommodation.

10Inn at Hawnby, near Helmsley

A lovely Yorkshire old Drovers Inn, with an award winning restaurant in the pretty village of Hawnby.

11Cubley Hall, Sheffield

A family friendly pub with extensive menu and locally sourced produce serving real ales for 32 years.

12The Fountaine Inn, Grassington

Set in the most beautiful part of the Yorkshire Dales serving hand pulled Yorkshire cask ales.

13Marine Bar, Bridlington

Serving traditional real ales and home cooked food with panoramic views around Bridlington bay.

14The Moor and Pheasant, Thirsk

With a strong emphasis on food, great service and generous portions at an affordable price.

15The Craven Arms, near Skipton

Nestled in the heart of Wharfdale and serving real ales and great food accompanied by real log fires.

16The Durham Ox, Crayke

We pride ourselves on offering friendly and efficient service; showcasing the best of local produce.

17The Oak Tree Inn, Helperby

The Oak Tree Inn specializes in bringing its customers high quality food, drink, service and surroundings, including six en-suite bedrooms.

18Shibden Mill Inn, Halifax

Enjoy award winning 2 Rosette Food, great ales and wines and luxurious 4 Star accommodation.

19The Crown, Hutton-Le-Hole

A traditional country pub in the charming village of Hutton-le-Hole serving great food ad real ales.

20The Woodman Inn, Huddersfield

The nostalgia hits you when you walk through the door, the traditional bar, the chatter of happy customers and the tinklig of knives and forks.

21The Huntsman, Sheffield

A good old-fashioned pub with a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

22The Buck Hotel, Reeth

Recommended in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide and with the rea ale Cask Marque, 'quality' is the keyword.

23The Punch Bowl, Marton cum Grafton

Specialise in bringing guests high quality food an drink with friendly service in relaxed surroundings.

24The White Lion, near Skipton

Delicious home-made food together with a beer or two from our selection of local and national cask ales.

25The Bay Horse, Hutton Rudby

In the heart of the beautiful village of Hutton Rudby serving some of the cornerstones of British cooking and drinking.

26The Chequers Inn, Ledsham

The Chequers Inn is truly one of England's old traditional Inns with a history that can be traced back to 1540.

27The Castle Inn, Skipton

Delicious homemade food served daily, lunchtimes and evenings. Cask conditioned ales always available.

28The Cask Corner Bar, Doncaster

Everything about us in unique, from our massive selection of ever changin real ales to the 100 different bottled beers we hold in stock.

29Telegraph Inn, Bridlington

Real ale, real music, real people - The best pub in Bridlington with great beer good company and great live music.

30The Ship Inn, Sewerby

Located in the picturesque village of Sewerby, overlooking the bay serving fine good.