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The Head of Steam, Huddersfield - pub details

Head of Steam
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Address: St. Georges Square, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, HD1 1JF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3662) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Huddersfield (0.2 miles), Lockwood (1.1 miles), Berry Brow (2 miles)

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King's Head, Huddersfield (0.0 miles), Crown Hotel, Huddersfield (0.1 miles), Wellington, Huddersfield (0.1 miles), Olde Hatte, Huddersfield (0.1 miles), Cherry Tree, Huddersfield (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Large pub right next door to the station. Lots of separate rooms - it's quite a warren - but at least it means you'll find a table somewhere! You have to hunt around a bit to find out which rooms have serving bars in them, but once you find the right one there's attentive service and 8-10 real ales. The food we ordered took a very long time coming, but was delicious when it arrived.
Trev - 13 Mar 2019 14:27
Our first stop in Huddersfield yesterday was a return visit to this chain pub at the station itself. Ales on were Timothy Taylor Boltmaker, Titanic Plum Porter, Cameron's 3 Kings, Road Crew, Strongarm & Sanctuary, Sonnet 43 Abolition & Aurora, Merrie City Merrie Christmas & Small World Long Moor Pale. I could only see a single real cider, which was Orchard Pig The Hogfather. But I didn't have too close an inspection of the fridges. The much more limited range may well be due to the time of year. Otherwise, very little has changed since my last visit. Cameron's Ahopolypse Now was poured through whilst we were here. But my Strongarm was on the turn.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Jan 2019 20:00
Fifth and final pub of the day, as very handy for train home. Good selection of beers, four rooms to choose to drink in as well as a small roped off area outside at the entrance. Only let down was that it was quite considerably the dearest of all the pubs we visited.
ESCAMRA - 11 May 2018 20:24
This pub is at the one end of the station at Huddersfield (the King's Head is at the other end). I was quite impressed with this place. The bar extends from one room to another. Craft beers are dispensed from the bar on the left as you enter, with real ales and ciders dispensed from the room on the right. Both have further rooms at the rear, which adjoin the platform. The rooms feel like typical railway station waiting rooms and there is lots of railway memorabilia to admire. Ales were Camerons Haze & Gold Bullion, Black Sheep Golden Sheep, Little Valley Hebden's Wheat, Anarchy Blonde Star & Boot Boys, Small World Secret & Thunderbridge Stout, Stancill Porter, Fell Robust Porter & Sonnet 43 Abolition. The three ciders in fridges behind the bar were Lilleys Crazy Goat, Bottle Kicking Cider Company Pineapple, Peach & Passion Fruit & Westons Cider Twist Raspberry. The pub soon got packed with large groups, possibly those doing the Ale Trail, or possibly just stag parties. As many were drinking cans of Red Stripe, they were more likely the latter. Very impressed with this pub.
blue_scrumpy - 25 Jul 2016 20:28
Improved over the last year or two. Beers good. Staff seem a bit better. Choose carefully where you sit and you should be ok.
Richardhuddleston - 11 Jun 2016 23:39

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