Goose Eye Brewery Tap

About

Award winning family run brewery, based in the heart of Yorkshire.  

The finest traditional ales brewed in Bingley, Yorkshire, using traditional brewing methods with only the best quality malt and hops.

6 hand pulled ales, craft lagers, gins, wines and whiskys!

Well behaved dogs and children are more than welcome in the brewery tap.

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Goose Eye Brewery Tap

Type:Microbrewery

Goose Eye Brewery Tap, Unit S Castlefields Ind. Estate, Bingley, West Yorkshire, BD16 2AF
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Tel01274 512743

Opening Times

* Friday 12:00-22:00, Saturday 12:00-22:00

What's Nearby

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