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Fred Baker presents the Pub of the Season Summer 2017 plaque to the staff at the Boat House, Skipton, July 2017

Fred Baker presents the Pub of the Season Summer 2017 plaque to the staff at the Boat House, Skipton, July 2017

Brewery Arms, Keighley

The Brewery Arms on Worth Way, Keighley opposite Morrisons supermarket with its near neighbour the Cricketers Arms provide Keighley with a permanent beer festival. Bought from Timothy Taylor in Autumn 2001 by Pete and Cea Quirk, the Brewers, as many people call it, has at least 10 hand pulls (I really must count them next time I go in) offering Goose Eye Barm Pot, Taylor Golden Best and Taylor Best Bitter and up to 7 guest beers. The ever-changing range often includes a second beer from Goose Eye and a beer from Bradford's Salamander brewery, the rest could be from anywhere. Open from 11 until 11 Monday and Wednesday to Saturday, from 4 to 11 Tuesday and from 12 to 10.30 Sunday, the pub has a large main drinking area with some seating on a raised terrace to the right of the door, divided by partitions. The pub sign features the logo of the former Worth Brewery, which once ran the pub. A large selection of newspapers and magazines is available for the literate customer and for those who prefer sport, there is a pool table in the almost separate room on the left and a dart board in the opposite corner. Snacks are available most of the time. There are also some tables in the car park for when the weather warms up.

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