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The George Hotel, Bradford

Station Road
Cullingworth
Postal town: Bradford
BD13 5HN
Phone: 01535275566
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Rob Hunter left this review about The George Hotel

Pretty much unchanged since my visit in 2018. Seven hand pulls, four of those were on today and all from the Old Spot Brewery - OSB, Light But Dark, Spot O Bother and Spotlight.

I was in at 12:15 or so and my beer was pulled through before being served. It was enjoyable and obviously in good nick.

The pub has a wood burner (not in use today) and serves food.

On 3rd March 2020 - rating: 8
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Steve of N21 left this review about The George Hotel

We also visited here recently whilst holidaying nearby and will concur with the other reviewers that this is a fine largely Georgian pub. The front section on the market square is original and then it has been extended out back in recent years to expand the dining areas.
Food is a major focus here and the primary reason why we visited and the three rooms at the back are all laid for dining in the high tourist season with the front bar area and the tables in front of the pub being used for drinking.
Yes, it is still the Brewery Tap for the Old Spot Brewery on the nearby Manor Farm and for our visit six of their beers were on in the shape of OSB, Spot O’Bother, Light but Dark, Spotlight, Collie Wobbler and Tongue Tangler. Being blessed with a hot summer evening I went for the two blondes, Spotlight and Tongue Tangler and they were both good pints. And coupled with the fact that the food was top notch, I would certainly recommend searching this one out when holidaying in the area.

On 16th July 2018 - rating: 8
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Rob Hunter left this review about The George Hotel

Visited last Thursday afternoon. This still appears to be the brewery tap for Old Spot and six of their hand pulls were offering Old Spot beers, with one further pump unclipped. The two I had were priced at £1.75 for a half - these were Collie Wobbler, a pleasant enough IPA, and Spot O Bother, a rather nice porter. OSB and Tongue Tangler were a couple of the others I noticed they had on. Nice to be able to try beer from a brewery I had not heard of before.

The pub itself feels traditional but looked after and fairly contemporary in terms of décor but without losing its traditional feel. There were four separate rooms with the bar in the centre of the pub. At least one room was set up for dining. There are six picnic tables outside to the front of the pub, which made a very pleasant seating area in the sun. A nice pub in a nice setting. Would recommend!

On 9th July 2018 - rating: 8
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Map location corrected by Alexander Kapp
Keighley, 3.49 miles, 1 hr 7 min walk (show)
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3rd Mar 2020, 17:01
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