Drinks at the Bingley Arms in Bardsey
Menu

 Bar Opening Times

Monday 4.30pm - 10pm (exc. Bank Holidays 12pm - 10.30pm)
Tuesday - Wednesday 12pm - 11pm
Thursday - Saturday 12pm - 12am
Sunday 12pm - 10.30pm

 

Food Serving Times

Kitchen Open 6 Days A Week:
Monday - Kitchen Closed (exc. Bank Holidays 12pm - 7pm)
Tuesday - Saturday 12pm - 9pm
Sunday 12pm - 7pm

 

 

 

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Drinks at The Bingley Arms

The Bingley Arms has been serving drinks for over 1000 years. The first known brewer was Samson Ellis in 953AD and since then customers have come from all over Leeds and Yorkshire to enjoy a drink at the pub with friends and family.

Drinking at The Bingley Arms is a real occasion, and whether you’re drinking socially at the bar or enjoying your favourite bottle of wine with your meal, you’ll find the perfect accompaniment on our drinks menu.

As well as a full range of soft drinks like orange juice and mineral water and traditional bar snacks like crisps and nuts, our well-stocked bar also serves a range of real ales, including special guest beers brewed locally. We change our guest beers often so ale enthusiasts will be able to enjoy some of the best beers Yorkshire has to offer.

Each beer on tap is hand-pumped using an autovac system to give an authentic Yorkshire flavour which is hard to find anywhere else. Come and taste the difference of genuine Yorkshire ale.

Real Ales Served On Tap At The Moment Include:

Timothy Taylors Landlord - Sharp's Doom Bar - Bingley 953 EPA - Tetleys Cask

From full-bodied Spanish Rioja wines to crisp Australian wines and classic French wines, you’ll find the perfect wine on The Bingley Arms’ drinks menu.

We also stock a superb range of champagne & Prosecco for all palettes and budgets for that magical event.

Our Beer Garden

Drinks at The Bingley Arms

Where better to enjoy a drink than in The Bingley Arms’ beautiful, scenic beer garden. There really is no better place to be, especially when the sun’s shining and the pub’s barbecue is burning away on a mild night.

The centre piece of the garden is a spectacular, protected yew tree which provides shade and shelter. The tree is said to pre-date even The Bingley Arms Itself.

Enclosed, peaceful and relaxing the beer garden is the place to get away from it all.