Headrow Houses’ take on the classic beer hall, including over 60 beers from around the world. The hall features the North of England’s first Pilsner Urquell tank installation. Putting Leeds on the map as the first city in the north to sell fresh unpasteurised Czech beer straight from the tank. The hall is open 7 days a week and til late on a weekend.

Please find below information on a small selection of of our beers. We stock over 50 different ranges from around the world and will rotate seasonal specials as well. Here’s some of our current favourites.

Germany

  • Erdinger Urweisse

    Our favourite Bavarian-style wheat beer with a strong spicy aroma and distinct yeast and malt flavours. Big banana-bread notes end on candied orange peel and a lightly peppery bitter finish.

    4.9% ABV
  • Schneider Weisse Original

    One of the classic German hefeweizen beers that define the style. Deep amber-mahogany colour with great clove, nutmeg, and apple aromas.

    5.4% ABV
  • Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Märzen

    Bamberg’s specialty: A rich-as-hell, dark amber smoked malt lager with big demerara sugar notes and smoke that lingers well after you’re finished. It’s the closest thing to drinking a campfire - but in a good way.

    5.1% ABV
  • Hofbrau Dunkel

    Hofbrau Dunkel pours a deep chestnut brown with big aromas of roast fig, molasses and stewed fruits. Because it’s a lager it still finishes rather clean with great effervescence and little bitterness.

    5.5% ABV
  • Späten Oktoberfest

    Späten Oktoberfest is hailed as the world’s first Oktoberfest beer and is still one of the best. Rich, malty copper and medium-bodied, it starts off slightly sweet, roasty and toasty before finishing rather dry with light autumnal spice.

    5.9% ABV

Belgium

  • Westmalle Dubbel

    One of the original Trappist ales that set the tone with rich, complex flavours backed by big herbacious and dark, dried fruit aromas. The finish is deep and sweet like marzipan and caramel, but still somewhat light and yeasty.

    7% ABV
  • Orval

    All about bright aromas of candy, orange zest, ginger and farmhouse funk thanks to Brettanomyces lambicus yeast. Complex apple, tart cherry and apricot flavours finish dry and slightly tart with a light hop bitterness.

    5.2% - 7% ABV
  • Rochefort Trappistes 10

    One of the greatest beers on the planet - a hugely complex Belgian quadrupel with a mad bouquet of oak-aged rum, port, leather, and spices that lead into flavours of coffee, chocolate, blackcurrant, roasted nuts and plums.

    11.3% ABV
  • Chimay Blue (Grande Réserve)

    A big Belgian strong dark ale that harks back to a Scotch ale on steroids. Sweet dark fruits, vanilla and raisins on the nose then malt, molasses, milk chocolate and spicy cloves on the palate.

    9% ABV
  • Lindemans Kriek

    A lambic-style sweet cherry fruit beer with cherry juice making up 25% of what’s in the bottle. No surprise then this is all about big cherry flavours and aromas with hints of sweet almond and marzipan.

    3.7% ABV

Europe

  • Pilsner Urquell

    Our unfiltered, unpasteurised Pilsner Urquell is the best pilsner we’ve ever had - bar none. Super crisp and refreshing with a soft floral, grassy hop profile and a great honey sweetness. Can’t wait to offer it in Leeds for the first time ever.

    4.4% ABV
  • Mikkeller Peter Pale & Mary

    The mighty Mikkeller’s American-style ‘Folk Pale Ale’ with aromas of orange blossom, tropical fruits, pine and grapefruit. It’s rather hop-forward, but the caramel malt lets light toffee flavours come through, then finishes light and clean.

    4.6% ABV
  • Birra Del Borgo Cortigiana

    A light Belgian-style pale ale / saison from the Italian brewery. It’s way brighter than your standard Belgian pale with notes of grapefruit, ripe apple peel and tart lemon on the nose that lead into flavours of hay, coriander and brioche.

    4.6% ABV
  • Lervig Lucky Jack

    A great Norwegian IPA with Amarillo, Chinook and Citra hops pushing tangerine and lemon notes over a pale malt base. Super tropical beer full of mango, gooseberry and pine.

    4.7% ABV
  • Brewfist Low Gravity Saison

    A brilliant fresh saison from the progressive Italian brewery. Super clean with little wild yeast funkiness, with heaps of lemongrass and citrus aromas that lead into a light spicy finish.

    5% ABV

UK

  • Mad Hatter Toxteth IPA

    is a ballsy IPA with Simcoe, Amarillo and Centennial hops giving loads of citrus, mango and passionfruit notes. Very sweet, peachy caramel malt leads to a rather dry and bitter finish and a lingering spiciness.

    6.5% ABV
  • Cloudwater American Pale

    is a strong citrus, melon and tropical fruit notes from the American hop varietals - Perle, Chinook, Citra and Galaxy - over a rather sweet pale malt are everything we look for in an APA.

    4.1% ABV
  • Beavertown 8 Ball Rye IPA

    is a red rye IPA full of bold rye and cara malt richness to bulk up the big earthy toffee tones of the malt before loads of fruity spicy dry hops are thrown in (Columbus, Citra, Galaxy, Vic Secret, Pacific Jade). Very juicy apricot aromas and chargrilled peach flavours lead to a dry, woody, pine finish.

    6.2% ABV
  • Holy Cowbell India Stout

    We seriously love Beavertown. Their Holy Cowbell India Stout is somewhere between an IPA and a Stout with piny hops on the nose, creamy chocolate and coffee on the palate, and subtle roasted tropical fruits and licorice that linger for ages.

    5.6% ABV
  • Dark Star American Pale

    is as American an as APA can be brewed in the UK - the strain of yeast used as well as Cascade and Centennial hops are all brought in from the US. The pale Maris Otter malt is dry enough to complement the full hop aroma of peaches and grapefruit and has a great dry citrus finish.

    4.7% ABV

USA

  • Firestone Walker Pale 31

    is a Californian-inspired APA with a focus on terroir - the characteristic taste and flavour imparted by the environment in which it is produced. Fuggle, Chinook, Centennial, and Cascade hops give a fruity, floral and citrus hit on the nose and the crisp pale and crystal malts give a great balanced sweetness.

    4.9% ABV
  • Oskar Blues Pinner Throwback

    is the Oskar Blues flagship session IPA, dry-hopped with Mosaic, Citra, Eldorado and Azzaca. Huge aromas of tropical fruits, citrus, pineapple, and spice lead to a lightly toasted pale bready malt and a strong grapefruit finish bolder than most session ales.

    4.9% ABV
  • Odell 5 Barrel Pale Ale

    from the respectable Odell Brewery in Colorado has very distinctive hop characteristics due to different stages of hop oil extraction - Fuggle, First Gold, Glacier, Willammette, and Centennial. For a pale ale, it has a surprisingly dark golden malt with caramel, hay notes underneath citrus and melon hop notes.

    5.2% ABV
  • Brooklyn Oktoberfest

    Very true to the original Bavarian style - a full-bodied and malty lager with a bready aroma and a light, brisk hop bitterness. It’s an all-German affair with Bavarian Heirloom Munich and Pilsner malts from Bamburg, and hopped with Hallertauer Perle and Hallertauer Mittelfrueh.

    5.5% ABV
  • Flying Dog Easy IPA

    Session IPA from the iconic Flying Dog Brewery in Maryland, super recognisable from the dark Ralph Steadman artwork and Hunter S. Thompson quotes on their products. Grapefruit and light spice lead into lemon and pine hop notes balanced over a dry cracker malt.

    4.7% ABV