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Tapped, Leeds

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51 Boar Lane
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Old Boots left this review about Tapped

The on-site brewery is still at work and even in these times there’s a fair choice of cask and keg beers to complement the excellent pizzas, 10 kegs, six cask and a cider. Nice and slick with anti plague procedures, met at door, escorted to table and given T&T form, beer menu and food menu. After a short time a server takes your order and removes the tracing form, beer and pizza appear Mr Benn shopkeeper like. As ever attracting the staff attention for refills or payment is the sticky point, hence the bell pushes in older pubs, I’m getting a little brass bell for these occasions.

On 20th September 2020 - no rating submitted
[User has posted 2277 recommendations about 2108 pubs]

Danny O'Revey left this review about Tapped

Excellent modern bar, bit modern and hipsterish but good products and service.

On 8th October 2019 - rating: 8
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Pub SignMan left this review about Tapped

This is a decent sized, modern craft beer bar with its own on-site brewery, all brought to you by the people behind the station tap chain (York Tap, Sheffield Tap, Euston Tap etc...). It wouldn’t be a serious craft beer bar without the inevitable concrete floor, white tile walls and undressed ceiling, but enough thought has been put into this place to elevate it above your bog-standard hipster outlet, creating a more inclusive feeling space which is aided by its excellent location just up the road from the station. Most of the seating comes in the form of low backed padded bar stools which serve numerous high tables, mainly running in long rows through the centre of the room. There are large brewing vessels down the left hand side of the room and storage tanks along the opposite wall where the long, straight servery can be found, all of which makes you feel a bit like you’re sat in the middle of brewing operations, although there was no such activity evident on our Saturday afternoon visit. The front windows have neon pub signs in them and look out to a small pavement seating area which looked like a last resort option given the number of stinking busses that pull up directly alongside. Decor comes mainly in the form of a large beer mat collection plus some really cool posters for previous Leeds Beer Festivals. Music played quietly in the background throughout our stay and a few people were eating from the handy pizza menu.
The beer range is as wide and eclectic as in the more established branches of this chain, with cask options extending to Anarchy Hard Times, Wild Beer Millionaire, Oakham JHB, Tapped Rodeo, Kirkstall Dissolution, Gun Zamzama, Cromarty Atlantic Drift, Roosters Highway 51, Atom Blonde Ale and Exit 33 Blonde, plus one I couldn’t read and one real cider. An extensive line-up, but turnover seemed to be rapid and my pint of the Dissolution was excellent as a result. A large beer menu lists a comprehensive selection of bottled and canned beers to cater for most tastes.
This is another great little bar from this very reliable pub group and a good addition to the already very strong Leeds pub scene. This felt a bit like a craft beer bar to take people who don’t like craft beer to – a notion that the vast cask range seems to support – and I will most certainly be checking this place out again when I’m next in the area.

On 5th November 2018 - rating: 8
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Map location corrected by Old Boots
Leeds, 0.21 miles, 4 min walk (show)
Burley Park, 2.13 miles, 41 min walk (show)
Headingley, 2.94 miles, 56 min walk (show)
Latest updates View all updates for Tapped, Leeds
20th Sep 2020, 11:38
Review submitted by Old Boots
8th Oct 2019, 12:40
Review submitted by Danny O'Revey

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