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I'm a London-dwelling northern lass who swapped the East End for Far East on the trip of a lifetime. I blog about food, travel, yoga and spirituality. www.sophiesnotinkansas.com
Published March 24th 2013
Stubbing Wharf Inn,Hebden Bridge,Real ale
Stubbing Wharf Pub

In a recent trip to the canal side town of Hebden Bridge, we stumbled in to Stubbing Wharf Inn. About 10-15 minutes walk along the tow path from the main shopping street, we found this traditional little ivy covered pub and wandered in for a pint.
Stubbing Wharf Inn,Hebden Bridge,Real ale
The canal tow path

We were pleased to see a generous array of guest beers including Ossett Excelsior, Theakston Old Peculiar and Saltaire Blonde. This was also a fine selection of permanent beers: Timothy Taylors Landlord, Black Sheep's Best Bitter and even Golden Pippin from Copper Dragon. The guest beers rotate regularly, along with a selection of farmhouse ciders.
Stubbing Wharf Inn,Hebden Bridge,Real ale
Enjoying an ale

Perhaps the nicest touch was the 'Malt of the Month' and the featured whiskey when we went in was Glengrant, described as "delicate apple and fresh vanilla notes with a hazelnut finish".
Stubbing Wharf Inn,Hebden Bridge,Real ale
The traditional pub is covered in ivy

Although it was a little crowded, the service was prompt and the beer was excellent. Unfortunately, on this occasion we didn't have time to sample some of the delicious-looking food menu, which included black pudding and bacon salad with a balsamic dressing and a number of roast meats and a nut roast for vegetarians.
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Why? Comprehensive selection of ales and malts in a quaint, traditional setting
Phone: 01422 844107
Where: The Stubbing Wharf, King Street, Hebden Bridge, Halifax HX7 6LU
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