Camerons Brewery will be opening its latest The Head of Steam venue in Leeds City Centre later this summer.
The bar, located on Park Row, will become the brewers 16th site in the UK. This will be the 3rd The Head of Steam venue in the city with sites already located on Mill Hill and Headingley.
The new The Head of Steam venue will include an eclectic selection of UK and world beers, featuring 19 keg lines with a selection of rotating craft keg plus dedicated lines for the brewers Tooth & Claw range and fellow UK brewers Tiny Rebel and Beavertown. These will sit alongside 8 cask ale lines, with beers sourced from the local area as well as from brewers across the UK. A range of premium cocktails, beer cocktails, wines, spirits and soft drinks complete the drinks range.
For takeaway beer options the site will have its very own canning machine installed which, will give customers the opportunity to enjoy their favourite keg beers in the comfort of their own home.
The venue will serve food daily from the recently launched spring/summer The Head of Steam menu. The menu, which focusses on burgers, pizzas and hotdogs, also caters for vegan diners with 30% of the food dishes available being vegan friendly. In addition, the site will operate a lighter lunch menu and a core range of traditional pub classics including fish and chips and sausage and mash.
The site will also feature a dedicated games area with retro arcade and console games, 2 14ft shuffleboards, electronic darts and pinball. This has been included following the success of the ‘Power Up’ gaming areas in both their Headingley and Nottingham venues.
Chris Soley, chief executive, said, “Leeds is obviously a city we know very well and we have had great success with the two venues we have there already.
'We are looking for larger venues as part of our continued growth and we were delighted to have found the location on Park Row.
'This site allows us to include our latest food menu as well as providing the space for our experiential games area and also for private hire and tasting events.”
“We would also like to thank CBRE who we worked closely with to acquire this venue and for their continued support as we look to expand our retail pub group.”