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Peacock Bar, Bingley

Pub added by Colin Spiller
Arden House, Wellington Street
Bingley
BD16 2NB
Phone: 01274566144

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Old Boots left this review about Peacock Bar

Taken over by the chaps from the Peacock in Bradford’s North Parade there’s little change from earlier incarnations physically. Not a lot can be done with the awkward layout so all is as was. Five pulls on the counter, Titanic Plum Porter, Ossett Blonde and a charity brew for India from Atom & Brass Castle on a third, one blank and one reversed but these are interesting times. Ten keg taps ranged along the counter mostly familiar to all pub goers. The major difference is probably the smells coming from the kitchen, heavy with chilli and spices which visitors to the Bradford bar will recognise, there’s also a rack of Indian snacks in western style packets. No mural in the front bar but there is a painting of an elephant and some lovely glass lampshades, there are some bloody fairy lights but that’s it for bling. Very usefully in the front room there is a Network Rail Matrix display for the station opposite.

On 10th September 2021 - no rating submitted
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Real Ale Ray left this review about Foundry Hill Bar & Lounge

A handy bar before heading for the train. Four handpumps with three in use serving, Wainwright, Trinity Legend and one from Cheddar ales, all the ales were priced at £3 a pint. I went for the Trinity, which looked ok when initially poured, but once back to a table it had seen better days. The young barman investigated and agreed to change it, so I went for the Wainwright, which was excellent.

On 10th July 2018 - rating: 5
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Old Boots left this review about Foundry Hill Bar & Lounge

A modern bar across the road from the station, it is basically a single narrow room at the front with a larger squarer room downstairs behind. The counter is in the front with four hand pumps, although only two in use serving a very drinkable Bob's White Lion and Saltaire Strawberry Blonde, kegs were Ledios and something called Quaffing Gravy, the drinks are mainly cocktails and wines plus a few decent bottles in the fridge. A fellow punter was however drinking Corona from the bottle with lime in the neck, things apparently progress slowly in Bingley. The front bar has chunky tall tables and stools while the rear section has lower seating with benches as well as tables and chairs. Given the decor and drinks range the clientele was much as expected.

On 19th August 2013 - no rating submitted
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Colin Spiller left this review about Foundry Hill Bar & Lounge

This pub opened on Monday 17th December 2007. It is situated on the corner of Foundry Hill.

On 24th January 2008 - no rating submitted
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