Please note that these are all working breweries, so unforeseen changes to Brewtown’s schedule are possible.
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The baby of the city’s brewing scene, North was established in 2015 as an offshoot of seminal Leeds craft beer house North Bar. With a core range of five beers, as well as a never-ending roster of one-offs and collaborative brews, North’s beers are characterised by their innovation and uniqueness, featuring huge hop flavours as well as some fun, playful and downright surprising ingredients.
From modest beginnings in 2013, Northern Monk has gone from strength to strength. Beginning life as a ‘nomadic’ producer, using other breweries’ facilities to create its recipes, the brewery now turns out 20,000 pints a week from their base at a Grade II-listed mill in the south of the city.
Northern Monk’s beers are a celebration of diversity, bringing together styles and ingredients from all over the world to create traditional Yorkshire beers with a thoroughly modern edge. From their 9% imperial stout to their selection of lighter pale ales, there’s a Northern Monk beer for everyone.
Our Leeds beer tour will end at the Brewery Tap Leeds in the heart of the city centre, just 30 seconds’ walk from the railway station.
Opened in 2012, the Brewery Tap has firmly established itself as Leeds's leading city-centre brewpub, offering a wide selection of Leeds Brewery beers brewed onsite as well as a diverse range of Yorkshire ales from further afield. The Tap also serves generous portions of fresh, locally sourced food – a perfect way to round off the tour.