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Tithe Bar and Brasserie (Market Town Taverns)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Old Bear - Black MariaExcellent1
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - KiplingExcellent1
Durham - Summit WickedGood1
Moorhouse's - Black Cat MildGood1
Roosters - Highway 51Good1
Leeds - SambaAcceptable1
Timothy Taylor - LandlordNot Tried0
Black Sheep - Special Ale (previously Ale)Not Tried0
Thwaites - Nutty BlackNot Tried0
Moorhouse's - Blond WitchNot Tried0
Ilkley - Mary JaneNot Tried0
Roosters - YPA (Yorkshire Pale Ale)Not Tried0
Acorn - Yorkshire PrideNot Tried0
Titanic - Plum PorterNot Tried0

Visits Details

03 Jun 2017 (Stu)
BeerABVScoreNotes
Roosters - Highway 513.70Good
Roosters - YPA (Yorkshire Pale Ale)4.10Not Tried
Acorn - Yorkshire Pride3.70Not Tried
Titanic - Plum Porter4.90Not Tried
15 Jun 2013 (Stu)
BeerABVScoreNotes
Old Bear - Black Maria4.20Excellent
Moorhouse's - Black Cat Mild3.40Good
Timothy Taylor - Landlord4.30Not Tried
Moorhouse's - Blond Witch4.50Not Tried
Ilkley - Mary Jane3.50Not Tried
05 Oct 2011 (davidg83)
Very quiet. Sat and had a couple of pints while reading the paper.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - Kipling5.20ExcellentPale amber pint with a light creamy head. Tangy fruits but predominantly hoppy. Mellow and moreish
Durham - Summit Wicked3.90GoodVery pale. Almost watery gold in colour with creamy head. Floral, light and drinkable. Decent summery pint.
Leeds - Samba3.70AcceptableFlat and tired hops. Lasting head but average.
Timothy Taylor - Landlord4.30Not Tried
Black Sheep - Special Ale (previously Ale)4.40Not Tried
Thwaites - Nutty Black3.30Not Tried

About the Tithe Bar and Brasserie

Summary of Beer Scores

 Total
Exceptional-
Excellent2
Good3
Acceptable1
Poor-

Website.

The pub is found in Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL6 1DP.

Stylish bar in Friarage Street, decorated in a continental brasserie style. Situated in what was once the Thorn Gap, the building was originally a tithe barn for the Northallerton district. It was used to store wheat and agricultural produce paid as 'tithes' for the Bishopric of Durham. Following this use the building was used by many local craftsmen such as joiners, blacksmiths, wheelwrights & saddlers. In the 1890s, Langtons, the ironmongers, saddlers, boot & shoemakers was established here. In the 1990s the building was converted to The Tanner Hop Bar & Function Rooms which closed following a flood in 2000.

We have visited this pub 3 times, seen 14 different beers and tried 6 of them.

Map location

Postcode: DL6 1DP