Unique Ale House in West Yorkshire
- Craft beer
- Town centre location
- Free of ties
- Homemade gin and spirits
- Well-equipped premises
The business for sale is a popular pub in the bustling town of Bingley in West Yorkshire.
Trading since 2017, the pub has gained a loyal base of customers through offering a unique selection of craft beers, premium ales and ciders. They also make their own homemade gin and spirits with distinctive flavours which can be sold at a high profit margin, increasing turnover.
A social hub of the local community, the pub is always brimming with local residents, as well as those travelling from further afield for a quiet drink or night on the town.
Now only on the market due to the current owner’s other business interests, an interested buyer is presented with a profitable venture with firm foundations for future growth. The business is for sale on a leasehold basis with a 5/10 year lease agreement.
Just off of the main road, the entrance leads to main pub area with fixed seating on ground level. The open plan area to the left hosts a raised seating area of booths and fixed tables, with more seating to the right. Much of its booth seating is in fact original train seats which have been upholstered. Its interior is made more unique by the mini train which runs along a track around the top of the seating area, emulating the pub’s train theme tastefully. A TV screen also shows live train times. Towards the rear is the bar area, with various hand pull pumps displaying labels of craft beer and ale.
To the rear is the kitchen and the toilets. A mezzanine floor overlooking the bar, as well as a cellar, is currently used for storage. All equipment is included in the sale.
Whilst minimal marketing is in place, the business does have a Facebook page which has an impressive following of 344 and 4.9/5 rating.
The current owner would be willing to discuss a transitional period upon sale.
This is a superb opportunity to take on a reputable, well-frequented pub which has a niche offering and a returning base of local customers.
Ideal for a couple or experienced partnership looking to grow their portfolio of pubs, the new owner could look to make improvements to increase the turnover.
As the pub currently serves pies and peas on chosen days, there is huge scope to introduce a food menu to boost profits. This would enable the pub to open earlier for meals, as current opening times are 4pm-11pm and 2pm-11pm. The mezzanine floor could also be utilised for private parties or simply as an additional seating area.
- Other businesses nearby
- Public transport access
- Heavy footfall area
- Parking nearby
- Access to main road