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The Bridge, Brighouse Town Centre, Brighouse

62 Briggate
Brighouse
HD6 1EF
Phone: 01484402220

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Alan Winfield left this review about The Bridge

The Bridge is a decent looking stone built pub which is next to a canal.
Once inside there is a largish square shaped room with the bar on the rear left side,the room is carpeted and has comfy bench seating and small stools,there is a slight raised area to the rear right which has a pool table.
There were two real ales on the bar,i had a drink of Bridgehouse Blonde which was a decent drink,i could not read the name of the other beer.
Background music was playing and the pub was fairly busy on my Saturday afternoon visit.
I was quite happy having a drink in this comfortable pub.

Pub visited 3/9/2016

On 28th October 2016 - rating: 7
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ROB Camra left this review about The Bridge

An opened out one roomer with a pool table and a quiz machine. The clientele were "rough and ready" as well as the beer on my visit. Run by Bridgehouse, there were two of their beers on the bar. The Aired Ale was very poor. Bridgehouse brewery are on the "list of shame" at my local and we won't order from them. If the beer in their brewery tap is crap, what hope does any other pub have? I really didn't like this place at all.

On 29th July 2015 - rating: 4
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Old Boots left this review about The Bridge

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.

On 24th May 2015 - no rating submitted
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