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Brewers Pride, Ossett

Low Mill Road
Postal town: Ossett
Phone: 01924273865
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Real Ale Ray left this review about Brewers Pride

This pub was built in 1872 and was previously known as the Millers Arms. It became established as an ale house in 1985 when Clarks of Wakefield took it over. The pub started brewing its own beer in 2016, which was a 1 barrel operation and it now brews 8 barrels a week. The in house brewery is called Horbury ales, which I have tried around the Derbyshire area and have to say they were a big hit with me, so it was good to visit here to try their beers from its source and I have to say I was not disappointed. I went for the Horbury, Now and Then, which I enjoyed and also managed to get a taste of their Horbury Tiramisu Porter, which was interesting.
The pub has a selection of nine ales on handpump daily without fail, so I also tried the Neepsend Brew Co Wolf IPA.
The main features around the pub was the hefty looking brass brewing vessel doors, positioned along the front of the bar area, which originally came from Burton on Trent and were stamped Robert Morton & Co. Also there was some remains of Lincrusta putty paper dotted around the place and also lots of brewerania.
The pub was busy on our lunchtime visit, with mainly customers from the local businesses and a few visitors. I have to say the food looked excellent and the specials of the day were £9.95. Monday night is Pie night along with a quiz, Tues is Tapas and Wed and Thur is Brewers madness, two mains for £12.95. The pub was a bit of walk from town, but luckily on our way back, we managed to jump on the Arriva bus 102, back into town.

On 7th November 2017 - rating: 9
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Quinno _ left this review about Brewers Pride

A bit of hike this one and to be honest I wasn’t expecting much on the approach as the immediate area hardly screams ‘passing trade’ and ‘lots of good quality ale’ – get your Googlemap man out to see what I mean. However there most certainly was plenty of beer to get stuck into – nine in total from far and wide – which were in good shaped and very competitively priced (all under £3pp) and spread over a wide range of styles, in good shape too. There were also some premium kegs like Hoegaarden and Fruili. The interior looks to have been refurbished in certain areas, such as the strange slate porch over the entrance to the toilets. Furnishing included padded (if somewhat worn-looking) banquettes, stools and benches. Décor-wise, there was a mish-mash of quarter-length wood panelling, dressed and undressed brickwork, coal fires and a wall covered in varnished-on newspaper clippings as well as plenty of brewerania. One slight criticism is that interior felt quite dark and could benefit from a bit more cosy light (artificial or otherwise). We ate here and I must say that the sausage and red wine casserole was the best pub food I have ever eaten for under a tenner. Absolutely first class. So, despite the unprepossessing location, this is a first-rate place and well-worth the trek to sample. A couple of interior touch-ups and I’d call this close to a 10.

On 1st September 2011 - rating: 9
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James Joines left this review about Brewers Pride

Hard to find Free House with a great choice of Real Ales including a Mild upto 9 available).
Real Fires and an out door drinking area.
Food offering at lunch times and some evenings.
Live music 3 times a month.
#GBG 2008 listed#

Rare recent visit found pub as good as ever.

On 10th November 2009 - rating: 8
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Map location corrected by James Joines
Dewsbury, 3.18 miles, 1 hr 1 min walk (show)
Ravensthorpe, 3.49 miles, 1 hr 7 min walk (show)
Batley, 4.21 miles, 1 hr 21 min walk (show)
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27th Jan 2019, 18:51
Request to set pubs area association to Healey by Just a quick pint, then I'm off approved
27th Jan 2019, 18:51
Request to set pubs area association to Healey by Just a quick pint, then I'm off

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  • Beer Festivals : Yes - August - last updated 29 July 2013 by Dave McNally
  • Live Music : Yes - 1st Sunday of every month. - last updated 25 November 2019 by aleand hearty
  • Quiz Night : Yes - Monday evenings - last updated 25 November 2019 by aleand hearty
  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 29 July 2013 by Dave McNally
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