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Submitted on Wednesday, 11th October 2006
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Another knocked through Victorian boozer, next to a bridge over the canal hence the name, it still retains enough oldness to have a bit of a 19th c atmosphere. The music screens and machines detract a bit but it's a cosy pub. There's four pumps on the counter, two with Bridgehouse beers, possibly this is the brewery tap although a bit far from Keighley. The other two were bare and there's a standard range of kegs but including Sam Smith's mild and "twat in a hat" lager. Lots of dark wood and tongue & groove plus a geometric tiled floor by the counter. One corner has a stage which could mean live music, nothing was advertised, or a disco or karaoke. There's also a box of toys tucked away in a corner which only the regular's kids know about, the pub does have a friendly local feel with a fair bit of banter and laughter among them. The Bridgehouse beer is best described as rough and ready, a bit hazy and a bit unrefined, perfectly drinkable of course. Canal side garden.
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- Real Ale : Yes last updated 09 May 2014 by Dave McNally
Last inspected: July 3rd 2013