Yorkshire & Humberside

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Black Sheep Brewery

Friendly and welcoming from the start, the Black Sheep Brewery Visitor Centre provides an interesting and entertaining experience. The lucky folks of Masham in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales have not one, but two world class breweries to choose from, and it’s all thanks to the brewing capabilities of the talented Theakston family.

  • Tours
  • Café and/or Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Clubs
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Child Friendly
  • Dog Friendly

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Friendly and welcoming from the start, the Black Sheep Brewery Visitor Centre provides an interesting and entertaining experience. The lucky folks of Masham in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales have not one, but two world class breweries to choose from, and it’s all thanks to the brewing capabilities of the talented Theakston family.

  • Tours
  • Café and/or Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Clubs
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Child Friendly
  • Dog Friendly

Captain Cook Brewery at The White Swan

The Captain Cook brewery sits out the back of the White Swan, a traditional 18th century hostelry in the handsome market town of Stokesley. In the heart of Herriot Country, and known as the northern gateway to the North Yorks Moors, Stokesley was mentioned in the Domesday book and is still famed for its bustling Friday markets and its Farmers' Markets on the first Saturday of the month.

  • Tours
  • Café and/or Restaurant
  • Dog Friendly
  • Public Transport within 5 miles

Kirkstall Brewery Company

Leeds has long had a reputation for being a fun place to live and work, and the re-emergence of a brewery in Kirkstall is just one more reason to celebrate. I say re-emergence – the former brewery closed in 1983 after 150 years service and the historic brewery building is now home to Leeds University students.

Leeds brewing heritage actually goes back to the 12th century when the wise monks of the Kirkstall Cistercian monastery included a brewhouse in their new Abbey buildings.

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  • Public Transport within 5 miles

Saltaire Brewery

Set in the Victorian generating station which supplied electricity in days of old to the Shipley trams, a visit to Saltaire Brewery is always going to be atmospheric. It is near the World Heritage Site of Saltaire itself, home to Salt's Mill, with its David Hockney collection, making it a cultural as well as a historical honeypot.

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  • Public Transport within 5 miles

Theakston

The home of one of Britain's iconic beers – Old Peculier – receives thousands of visitors a year. With a history dating back five generations and an 1875 tower brewery where original equipment sits alongside more modern vessels, expect an interesting couple of hours. Add to that a select band of well-crafted brews and the knowledge that Masham's other beer highlight – Black Sheep Brewery – is within striking distance, and this beautiful part of the Yorkshire Dales becomes even more of a magnet.

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  • Shop