Yorkshire Ales Festival

Spotted in Today's Huddersfield Examiner (25/9/03)
Might interest People in travelling distance, and if you come by train it's only a stagger to the bar.
Mike
Search for real ales of Yorkshire
Pubs boss Tony Brookes is a man with a mission. Emley born Mr Brookes is seeking out real ales from every independent brewery in Yorkshire, there's more than 50 of them, for the "ultimate" beer festival in Huddersfield.
The event will be held in November at The Head of Steam, St George's Square.
Mr Brookes, who also owns pubs in Newcastle and at Euston station in London, said: "Our outlets regularly have beer festivals of rare real ales, but Yorkshire beer festivals are always the most popular, maybe because it's the magic county and all things there are wonderful!"
The festival starts at The Head of Steam on November 8.
The challenge follows the Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival last month when The Head of Steam featured beers and cider from 21 of Yorkshire's micro-breweries.
-- Michael Swift We do not regard Englishmen as foreigners. Kirkheaton We look on them only as rather mad Norwegians. Yorkshire Halvard Lange
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> Pubs boss Tony Brookes is a man with a mission. Emley born Mr Brookes is > seeking out real ales from every independent brewery in Yorkshire, > there's more than 50 of them, for the "ultimate" beer festival in > Huddersfield. I'm interested! > The event will be held in November at The Head of Steam, St George's > Square.
Now I'm not. I got barred from there for wearing a football shirt one day, and vowed to never enter one of their branches again.
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In article , Paul Grayson writes > >"Michael Swift" wrote in message >news:Z9q1XNALR2c$EwlS@ntlworld.com... > >> Pubs boss Tony Brookes is a man with a mission. Emley born Mr >Brookes is >> seeking out real ales from every independent brewery in Yorkshire, >> there's more than 50 of them, for the "ultimate" beer festival in >> Huddersfield. > >I'm interested! > >> The event will be held in November at The Head of Steam, St George's >> Square. > >Now I'm not. I got barred from there for wearing a football shirt one >day, and vowed to never enter one of their branches again. > Sounds my kind of pub! -- Roy Bailey West Berkshire.
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In article , Paul Grayson writes >Now I'm not. I got barred from there for wearing a football shirt one >day, and vowed to never enter one of their branches again.
I was in the Huddersfield Head of Steam four weeks ago in a football shirt without any bother, mind you it was a Norwegian national shirt so the gorillas on the door probably didn't know it was one.
Mike
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