We've put together a number of beer related links that we thought you'd appreciate.

BREWERY HISTORY: - The web site of the Brewery History Society for anyone with an interest in the history of breweries in the British Isles. - see Malcolm Toft's site for ale news in Bradford, Airedale and Wharfedale and for Yorkshire and Bradford brewery history in particular. - Full of interest to the beer lover, entertaining yet critical and reliable.

BEER TRAVELS: - for all beers Belgian,  and a bit further too! Fancy a trip to Belgium guided by one who knows his beer...then this is the site to visit. - fancy touring round some interesting British breweries?...then visit this site to get your tour programme arranged. - If you can't find a book about beer in distant places then you will find this treasure trove of information, facts and even opinions(weighty) about beer, breweries and drinking spots in the farthest corners of Europe. - the website of Les Amis de la Biere, the friends of beer in France. One group covering various aspects - new breweries, home brewing, beer festivals, collectors, new beers, brewery histories etc. 

PUBS & PUB HISTORY: ..particularly pubs on railway stations.. - The site for anyone interested in the history of British pubs run by the Pub History Society. - if you're in or about to visit the great West Riding town of Huddersfield (NOT Kirklees please), then you must call in at this pub for a pint or two from their range of well chosen, well kept real ales. Sadly the landlord, who passed away last year, was determined to recover the original roof/ceiling to it's original height. 

You'll find it conveniently situated on Huddersfield station (left-hand side coming  out of the station onto St Georges Square) - just time for a swift one before you board your train.

HOME BREWING: - live between the Humber and the Mersey and interested in home brewing? then visit the Northern Craft Brewers site.Regular meetings of enthusiasts in Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cheshire etc.




www.littlevalley -Little Valley Brewery is a growing local organic brewery high up in the Pennines with a wide range of bottled beers and cask beers.


Campaign for Real Ale - campaigning locally and nationally for cask ale, good pubs, pub preservation and choice not forgetting  traditional cider and perry.