Yorkshire Ale Trail Map
Introduction

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 Woolly Sheep, Skipton

The Woolly Sheep Inn at Skipton is a much loved part of the local community offering superb food and beautiful letting rooms. Customers return year after year to enjoy the area and stay at the inn. The Woolly Sheep provides quality locally-sourced home cooked food and a full drinks menu ranging from the best cask ales to wines from around the world.

 
The Bull Inn, West Tanfield

The Bull is a very old traditional country inn set on the banks of the River Ure in a picturesque village.

 
 
Hemelvaart Bier Café, Bedale

Continental-style beer cafe serving Belgian beers, hot drinks and range of food all day.

 
 
 
 
1.Cubley Hall

Cubley Hall Freehouse is a gentleman's residence set in 4 acres of grounds on the edge of the Peak District. Converted to a pub in 1932 it has been serving fine hand pulled ales for 32 years. The pub offers a warm welcome to all, serving home made classic and contemporary food 7 days a week.

2. The Foresters Arms

Only five miles from Leyburn, the Foresters Arms is a traditional gem of a Yorkshire Dales pub, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The Foresters Arms was rescued by the community in April 2011 and is now run by tenants Kimberley and Allan Brereton. The Foresters Arms offers cosy open fires in the winter, local cask ales are always available and we have a quality menu featuring locally sourced produce.

3. The Woolly Sheep

A must visit when in the thriving market town of Skipton, this Timothy Taylor's pub has it all; superb modern British fresh food . 9 AA four star rated rooms, an award winning beer garden an 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 Bear Guide' and is much loved by locals and visitors alike.

4. The Buck Inn

The Buck In is set in a beautiful & picturesque village in the heart of North Yorkshire, surrounded by working land and organic farms. The Buck Inn Maunby is owned by award winning Head Chef Matthew Roath & partner Sammy Clark. The local couple took over the pub in November 2012. The bar has been kept with a British country pub feel, with its two roaring fires, wingback chairs and selection of local real ales.

5. The Cricketers Arms

Wakefield CAMRA pub of the year 2011. The Cricketers Arms is a real ale pub situated in the village of Horbury. We offer a warm, friendly relaxed atmosphere and children are welcome. Our passion is real cask ale and we support local micro-breweries. We are Cask Marque accredited and feature in CAMRA Good Beer Guide. Cheeseboards & meat meze boards available all day every day. Real fire, beer garden, car park and free Wi-Fi.

6. The Garden Rooms at Tennants

Opening September 2014. Set in the heart of Wensleydale, Tennants newly opened Garden rooms offers you a truly unique Real Ale experience. We will offer a selection of local Ales with regular guest Ales on Cask. Whether you choose to sit outside in our new patio or at our main restaurant bar, pop in and enjoy a relaxing drink. Please visit our website for further details.

7. The Chequers Inn

Nestled in the picturesque village of Ledsham, this historic pub offers a true taste of Yorkshire with a selection of regional ales and a delicious daily food menu showcasing locally sourced produce. With a history that can be traced back to 1540, The Chequers Inn is one of England's true traditional pubs. Join us on a summer's day in our picturesque terraced garden or cosy up next to our roaring fires in winter.

8. The 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. The Bull Inn

The Bull Inn has one of the finest riverside gardens in the country at the gateway to Wensleydale. Complete with ice cream shack and bottle bar - the terraced garden overlooks the River Ure and the 18th century bridge. The cask-marque accredited inn has an informal, welcoming atmosphere, good pub food, and a selection of well-kept , cask ales. B&B is offered throughout the year. Dogs are welcome.

10. Bier Huis

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. We also sell Yorkshire produce, why not take one of specially created gifts home with you. Located in the market town of Ossett just off Jct 40 M1 with free parking outside the shop, or you can buy online.

11. The Lord Rodney

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.

12. The Bay Horse

The Bay Horse is set in the heart of the beautiful village of Hutton Rudby, featuring some of the corner stones of British cooking and drinking. Enjoy locally sourced seasonal foods and a great selection of our real ales. A relaxed and warm atmosphere complemented by our friendly welcome, makes for a truly enjoyable experience. Enjoy our traditional Sunday roasts, or choose from our lunchtime and evening meals, which you can enjoy in the lounge, the restaurant, or in our hidden gem behind the pub - the beautiful, well established beer garden.

13. The Sportsman

The Sportsman, a traditional pub and winner of CAMRA National Heritage Award 2011, is situated in the centre of Huddersfield. Our passion is cask ale and we specalise in local microbreweries including our own in-house brewery. We have 8 real cask ales, 11 draught pumps offering a varied selection of world beers. We are Cask Marque accredited and feature in CAMRA Good Beer Guide. We offer homemade food served daily, real fire, beer garden and free WiFi.

14. The Milburn Arms Hotel

The Milburn Arms Hotel is situated in the heart of North York Moors. With 11 double bedrooms The Rosedale Suite, The Priority Restaurant and Gamer's bar, we are perfectly placed for guests wanting to explore our beautiful countryside and enjoy excellent food and drink. Come and try a staple favourite of Timothy Taylor's 'Landlord' plus a choice of ales from The Great Yorkshire Brewery based in Cropton and guest 'real ales'. We look forward to welcoming you.

15. West Riding

Multi-award winning Station bar situated in the original 1848 Italianate/Tudor waiting rooms on platform 2. Our passion is real cask ale; we are Cask Marque accredited & feature in CAMRA Good Beer Guide. Food served daily, beer garden & free Wi Fi. Live outdoor music April to September on platform 3. Transpennine Ale Trail pub as featured in BBC2's Oz & James Drink to Britain.

16. 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 on 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, of course, our range of award-winning ales so you can stock up before you go home. Our menu is guaranteed to tickle your taste buds and offers a modern twist on classic British favourites that let the quality ingredients do the talking. Our fully licensed bar serves a range of quality wines, spirits and, of course, our Black Sheep ales, so you can enjoy the fruits of our labour.

17. 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 farms shops, independent retailers and at www.woldtopbrewery.co.uk when you return home. Not open to the public.

18. Timothy Taylor's - A Timeless Tradition

To Timothy Taylor's flavour is all important. The unique "Taylor's Taste" is achieved by 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", has won more prizes than any other beers.

19. Yorkshire Dales Brewery

Award Winning Ales from the Yorkshire Dales. Based in Askrigg in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, we have been brewing the finest, award winning ales since 2005. Using superior locally malted barley and premium hop varieties from around the globe, we offer an extensive range of cask conditioned beers and probably the largest selection of bottle conditioned beers in the North. You'll find us 'on the bar' in many free houses throughout the Dales and the North of England, as well as our bottles gracing the shelves of the finest independent food and drink retailers.

4  The Droves Arms, Skipwith

Award winning, premium dining and cask ale country pub located just south of York.

5  The Huntman, Thurlstone

A real pub with real beer and real people. No television and no gaming machines.

6  Royal Oak, Ripon

Award winning cask ale and dining pub with rooms in the heart of Ripon city centre.

7  The Buck Inn, Maunby

A beautiful village pub with locally sourced food and welcoming smiles.

8  Marine Bar, Bridlington

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

9  Foresters Arms, Carlton-in-Coverdale

Cosy open fires, oak beams, local cask ales and a quality menu with a varied choice of specials await you.

10Chemic Tavern, Woodhouse

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

11Shibden Mill Inn, Halifax

Awarded a second AA Rosette and named UK Food Pub of the Year 2011 at the National Publican Awards.

12The Durham Ox, Crayke

Showcasing the best of local produce in our menu and stocking an extensive range of wines and cask ales.

13Golden Ball, York

York’s first community co-operative pub with great beer, home-made bread and live music.

14The Buck Hotel, Reeth

Recommended in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide and with the real ale Cask Marque ‘quality’ is the keyword.

15Guy Fawkes Arms, Knaresborough

Our restaurant and bar is great for relaxing in after you have taken in the local sights.

16Coach & Horses, Harrogate

A traditional country pub in the heart of the beautiful spa town of Harrogate overlooking the Stray.

17The George, Cullingworth

Offering a choice of quality home cooked food as well as award winning real ales.

18Square & Compass, North Rigton

Beautifully presented and reasonably priced food with some of Yorkshire’s favourite cask ales.

19The Crown, Hutton-Le-Hole

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

20Fat Badger, Harrogate

The historic four-star hotel offers accommodation and a 2AA Rosette restaurant.

21The Woodman Inn, Kirkburton

A traditional bar with chatter of happy customers and the tinkling of knives and forks.

22Flying Duck, Ilkley

Originally constructed as a farmhouse in 1709, this is reputed to be Ilkley’s oldest pub building.

23The Chequers Inn, Leeds

Truly one of England’s old traditional inns with a history that can be traced back to 1540.

24Farmers Arms, Muker

Boasts a welcoming atmosphere and prides itself on its well kept local ales and tasty homemade food.

25Cock & Bottle, Skipton

If you are looking for home cooked food and are a lover of cask ale, then look no further!

26Ship Inn, Bridlington

In the picturesque village of Sewerby overlooking the bay between the seaside town of Bridlington and fishing village of Flamborough.

27The White Lion, Kildwick

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

28Cubley Hall, Penistone

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

29Bay Horse, Hutton Rudby

The Bay Horse is set in the heart of the beautiful village of Hutton Rudby, featuring some of the corner stones of British cooking and drinking.

30Carpenters Arms, Market Weighton

A traditional local pub with fantastic beers and friendly helpful staff. Child and dog friendly.