New Ale Trail

27/06/2014

Visitors and residents alike to Bradford and the surrounding district this summer can savour a new attraction, Keighley & Worth Valley ‘Ale Trail’ in association with the Campaign for Real Ale [CAMRA] has been launched.

The Keighley & Worth Valley Ale Trail highlights the wide range of real ale pubs across the Bradford district. A total of 28 pubs are included in the trail covering towns including Keighley, as well as Haworth and the Worth Valley.

The launch of the Ale Trail gives beer-lovers an alternative experience to the beer garden, meaning they can enjoy the sights and sounds of all that Bradford and the surrounding district has to offer while sampling some delicious real ales.

Travelling from pub to pub has been given a novel twist, as Ale Trail guests can sit back and relax as they take a trip on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, transporting visitors through the WorthValley. While on board the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, you can also sample a glass of real ale as the on-train bars serve two real ales.

So try something new this summer and visit Keighley, Haworth and all the surrounding villages to sample the best ale West Yorkshire has to offer!

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