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The Red Rooster, Brighouse - pub details

Red Rooster
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Address: 123 Elland Road, Brighouse, West Yorkshire, HD6 2QR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21729) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brighouse (0.7 miles), Halifax (3 miles), Deighton (3.3 miles)

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Real ale lovers who appreciate the excellent Red Rooster will also be pleased to learn that the Brighouse Real Ale Trail now has a new member.

It is the Pear Tree Inn at nearby Norwood Green. Typically it has very well-kept standards such as Teltey's and Timothy Taylor's landlord, but also charming guests such as Castle Rock Harvest Pale, Hobgoblin and so on.

The pub has been tastefully redecorated in much lighter, airier style, and features fresh-cut flowers along with a now-delightful beer garden.

The atmosphere is intended for the genial and well-mannered, and I cannot commend the staff highly enough for doing what is needed to preserve that.
eddybeer - 24 Aug 2016 17:50
Formerly a Websters pub, but now offering a wide range of hand pulled ales. It was quiet this evening, but I had a good pint of Mallinson's Galaxy from Huddersfield.

It's a solid stone stand alone building, and the plaster's been removed over much of the interior to pleasing effect, showing the restfully coloured and textured stonework. The floor's flagged. There's a variety of comfy seating and tables, and people chat rather than shout, as is sadly all too common elsewhere in this neck of the woods. There's also a pleasant decked area overlooking the road.

The pub adjoins a light industrial area to one side, residential to the other, beside a small river, or rather a beck, I suppose, where the many fish were jumping for flies in the twilight. There's a fair amount of parking space.

If you're driving, don't try to turn right leaving: the traffic coming down the hill and round the sharp bend could be anything, and at any speed.

All in all, it's an excellent pub: 9/10
eddybeer - 24 Aug 2014 21:39
Bit of a trek from the station and the town centre but well worth it. I had a pint of some kind of stout that was lovely. Pretty quiet early on a Saturday afternoon but I would return if I ever go back to Brighouse.
Killian42 - 14 Oct 2012 16:03
Deservedly very popular with real ale drinkers -mainly "mature" males. Stone floors and easily the best pub for miles for choice of hand-pulled beers.
kwhemingway - 3 Mar 2011 20:13
A stunning pub - now been redecorrated. Brilliant choice of real ales - friendly atmosphere - hard working staff. I'd turn the TV off though.
westyorkshire - 21 Jul 2010 19:19

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