Bradford University Real Ale and Cider Society

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Our Locals
The Corn Dolly
 110 Bolton Road, BD1 4DE
 A bit of a trek but certainly worth it once in a while for the current Bradford CAMRA Pub of The Year.
 Delius Lived Next Door
 8-10 Claremont, BD7 1BQ
 Great and convenient but can get busy on some nights. Live music on Thursdays and Saturdays.
 The Castle Hotel
 20 Grattan Road, BD1 2LU
 A traditional pub with Marston ties, convenient for town and prides itself on its live entertainment on Friday nights.
  Sir Titus Salt
 Morley Street, BD7 1 AQ
 A Wetherspoons, expect the standard cheap, decent food and beer.
 Sports Bar
 Student Union
 The Unions only bar to serve ale, and this is not constant. Our usual meeting place for weekly crawls.
 Jacobs Ale House
 14 Kent Street, BD1
 Newly opened with a fantastic collection of casks and bottles. Serves food sometimes and is very welcoming.
 Dime Bar
 10 North Parade, BD1 3HT
 Not a regular, focuses more on hop-forward and craft beers but has a wide range and prides itself on its musical focus.
 The Sparrow
 32 North Parade, BD1 3HZ
 Billed as a beer cafe, always well stocked especially with continental beers, also has art exhibitions in the basement.
 City Vaults
 33 Hustlergate, BD1 1NS
 Not frequently visited, has a conservative but well kept selection and is well situated in the centre.
 The Fighting Cock
 21 Preston Street, BD7 1JE
 Traditionally a BURACS favourite, always has a wide range of well kept ales and serves excellent pub lunches. A regular winner of Bradford CAMRA awards.
 Shoulder of Mutton
 28 Kirkgate, BD1 1QL
 The cheapest real ale pub in Bradford with limited range due to tie but the Old Brewery Bitter takes some beating. A very traditional pub with the gents still in a outbuilding.
 Ginger Goose
 Market Street, BD1 1LH
 A modern city centre pub with little atmosphere but a good range of beers and regular live music.
  The New Beehive Inn
 171 Westgate, BD1 3AA
 A great city institution still lit by gas with a good selection of well kept ales.