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Leeds Brewery
IndustryAlcoholic beverage
Founded2007
FounderMichael Brothwell & Sam Moss
Headquarters,
England
ProductsBeer
Production output
150,000 pints per week
OwnerMichael Brothwell & Sam Moss
Number of employees
13

The Leeds Brewery is an independent brewery established in June 2007 in Leeds, UK by former local radio presenter Michael Brothwell. The company uses a 20 barrel brewing plant located in a trading estate on the outskirts of the city; it is capable of delivering 150,000 pints of beer a week, and produces five regular brands, including Leeds Best, a 4.3% best bitter, and the award winning strong mild ale Midnight Bell. The company also produces a series of monthly specials such as Gathering Storm, a 4.4% stout, in October, and New Moon, a 4.3% black IPA, in February. The company had six pubs near the centre of Leeds, with a microbrewery upstairs at The Brewery Tap and one pub in York city centre but these were sold to Camerons Brewery in 2016.

History

Leeds Brewery was established in June 2007[1] by university friends Michael Brothwell (a former BBC Radio York presenter) and Sam Moss[2] and has since been producing a range of permanent and seasonal cask ales.

In 2008 the Leeds brewery asked Leeds United supporters to help name a new beer in an online poll. The favourite was to name the beer Radebeer after Leeds United player Lucas Radebe. The beer was available in local pubs, with 10p from every pint sold going towards the Leeds United transfer fund.[3]

Brewery

Fermentation tanks at the brewery
Fermentation tanks at the brewery
Conditioning tanks at the brewery
Conditioning tanks at the brewery

The brewery is located in a trading estate on the outskirts of the city, and uses a 20 barrel brewing plant,[4] capable of delivering 60,000 pints of beer a week;[5] and produces four regular all year brands along with a pilsner style lager and seasonals throughout the year. The regular beers are, Leeds Best, a 4.3% best bitter, Leeds Pale. a 3.8% session bitter, Yorkshire Gold 4% and Midnight Bell, a 4.8% mild ale which was awarded "Best New Brewery Beer" at the 2007 Peterborough Beer Festival. The lager, Leodis, 4.6% is the Roman name for Leeds[6] The seasonals include Gathering Storm, a 4.4% stout, in October, New Moon, a 4.3% black IPA, in February, and Samba, a 3.7% golden ale, in June.[7]

Pubs

The company had six pubs, in Leeds.[8] The Brewery Tap pub has a microbrewery upstairs for brewing lager.[9] The company also opened its first pub outside of Leeds in 2013, the Duke of York in York city centre. In July 2016, the estate of seven pubs was sold to Camerons Brewery.[10]

References

  1. ^ Leeds Brewery Website
  2. ^ Yorkshire Evening Post
  3. ^ Yorkshire Evening Post
  4. ^ "The Leeds Brewery Company Ltd". quaffale.org.uk. Retrieved 11 November 2012.
  5. ^ "Leeds Brewery - About the Brewery". leedsbrewery.co.uk. Archived from the original on 23 July 2012. Retrieved 11 November 2012.
  6. ^ Leeds Camra Archived 2009-04-05 at the Wayback Machine.
  7. ^ "Leeds Brewery". ratebeer.com. Retrieved 11 November 2012.
  8. ^ "Leeds Brewery - Our Pubs". leedsbrewery.co.uk. Retrieved 11 November 2012.
  9. ^ eatingleeds.blogspot.com
  10. ^ https://www.insidermedia.com/insider/northeast/camerons-brewery-snaps-up-well-known-yorkshire-pubs

External links

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