The Works, Sowerby Bridge - pub details
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Puzzle Hall Inn, Sowerby Bridge (0.0 miles), Bridges, Sowerby Bridge (0.1 miles), Jubilee Refreshment Rooms, Sowerby Bridge (0.1 miles), Wharf, Sowerby Bridge (0.2 miles), Turks Head, Sowerby Bridge (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Excellent selection of real ale, excellent service by the staff and a very good atmosphere even when it's on a quiet afternoon early in the week. Not far from home so easy to get to.|
wiggy17 - 3 Mar 2013 22:14
|Large boozer with great selection of ales in good order - we were on the back end of a stag and had a few snoozers in the boozers towards the end but landlady was sound and sorted them a taxi. Decent place.|
kernott1 - 24 Jun 2012 18:42
|Bit different this, eclectic crowd Ė one week itís all middle-aged roughish divorcees on the pull (funny these) and bearded beer bores, next week its full of young blades and babes (guess which I prefer). Certainly Fridays and Saturdays are lively, last Thursday was very quiet but beer still great.|
The upstairs is now something of a comedy club / theatre which attracts biggish names, thereís a full padded cell sorry room at the back - now this really IS different.
Beerís always very good and a good choice.
They donít suffer dickheads, which is great as well.
Richardhuddleston - 23 Jun 2011 22:40
|Lovely open plan pub with an excellent choice of ales. Welcoming bar staff and relaxed atmosphere. Looking forward to visiting again when I am next in the area.|
anybody - 29 Sep 2010 18:47
|Converted old workshop with some nice touches in the decoration including a large mural on one wall. There's one large room and a much smaller room at the back of the pub. 12 handpumps serving Timothy Taylors on three alongside five changing guests yesterday. I had a pint of Kelham Island Captain which wasn't really to my taste but it was well kept. It can get very full in here at weekends but it's a great place to go for a decent pint.|
ROBCamra - 7 Apr 2010 14:52
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