The Brown Cow Inn, Keighley

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updated on 03/08/2020

Food hygiene

Name:

Brown Cow Inn (Bar Only)

Business type:

Pub/bar/nightclub

Local authority:

Bradford

Date of inspection:

15 January 2013

Risk score:

Hygienic handling of food is considered to be very good

Cleanliness, condition of facilities and building are rated good

Management of food safety is also considered to be very good

Last update from FSA 15 August 2020

Opening Times

Hours may differ
SaturdaySa
12:00 – 24:00
SundaySu
12:00 – 23:00
MondayMo
16:00 – 23:00
TuesdayTu
16:00 – 23:00
WednesdayWe
16:00 – 23:00
ThursdayTh
16:00 – 23:00
FridayFr
12:00 – 24:00
Open.
Closes in  10 h 8 min.
10 h 8 min

Description

The back to back cottages which made up Leeds Street and Turkey Street were built around 1820. When The Brown Cow is difficult, since many pubs came into existence as "beer houses" and had no need to have a proper name. However, it appears that at some point, four back to back cottages were knocked through to make the pub as it now stands. The trade directory of 1870 has an entry of The Brown Cow 14 Cross Street, with John Robinson as the Inn Keeper. The pub was bought by T aylor's brewery and the photograph shows Martin Ford, the landlord at the time, stood outside the door with his two children.


Company description
The back to back cottages which made up Leeds Street and Turkey Street were built around 1820. The question of exactly when the Brown Cow came into existence is difficult to say because many pubs came into existence as "beer houses" and had no need to have a proper name as we do now. However, it appears that at some point in time, four back to back cottages were knocked through to make the pub as it now stands. The trade directory of 1870 has an entry of The Brown Cow, 14 Cross Street, with John Robinson as the Inn Keeper.
The pub was bought by Taylor's brewery in 1901 and the following photograph shows Martin Ford, the landlord at the time, stood outside the door with his two children. We are on the junction of West Lane, High Street and Oakworth Road, Keighley and only a few minutes walk from the bus and railway stations. We are five miles from Bingley and four miles from Haworth.
Yes, we do have a car park.
Keywords:
Pubs, Public Houses, Bars, Bars and Inns, Bars & Wine Bars, Places to Drink, Pub Gardens, Inn, Cask Ale, Real Ale, Going out, Having Fun, Drinking, Pub/Bar, Night Clubs, Function Rooms, Outdoors, Real Fires
Products
Soft Drinks, Beverages, Beer, Newspaper
Services
kids, outdoor, drinks
Facilities
drinks, pub garden, parking, dog friendly, family friendly, function room, traditional pub games, newspapers, real fire, wifi
Available payment methods
  • Cash
    Cash
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