SALT and hubb unite to create an exceptional craft and coffee experience in the heart of Leeds City Centre.

Following on from the recent and successful launch of hubb at Dean Clough on the outskirts of Halifax town centre in August of this year, Dr Nadir Zairi former managing director and existing non-executive director of SALT has chosen to join forces with the brand inside one of their Leeds city centre taps SALT Leeds City, which is known for its accomplished craft beers and 10 second pour cocktails ‘on tap’.

Together, they are set to take the Leeds’ craft beer and coffee scene by storm. This partnership will see the integration of hubb’s craft coffee and delightful freshly baked goods into SALTs already extensive menu of craft beers, cask ales, cocktails ‘on tap’, artisan wines and more, allowing patrons to enjoy the experience whether you’re savouring a flaky croissant with a velvety nitro cold brew coffee on your lunch break or indulging in that well-earned after work pint with your colleagues.

As part of this exciting partnership, SALT Leeds City which opened its doors in August 2021 will undergo moderate changes in order to welcome the new innovation and enhance the overall experience. One significant transformation includes extending the already significant bar to span the full length of the venue, creating a dedicated space for hubb’s own serving section. This modification is designed to seamlessly integrate the coffee bar’s offering with the existing ambiance and of course offer customers their very first taste of nitro cold brew coffee on tap in Leeds.

Nitro cold brew coffee is a trend that has been rapidly growing in popularity worldwide. Its smooth and refreshing taste, coupled with a natural sweetness and lower acidity, has made it a favourite among coffee aficionados.

Dr Nadir Zairi said, “I am super excited to be teaming back up with my SALT family and bringing the hubb nitro coffee concept to Leeds. By joining our craft coffee concept with SALT’s craft beer and cocktails offering we are showcasing the evolution of the modern venue, catering for everyone from 7am until late.”

“hubb came about from a love of coffee and all of the interactions that centre around coffee experiences. We can promise that love translates to our full menu be it a flat white, nitro cold brew or freshly baked pastry.”

This exciting venture is set to launch to the public on Friday 27th October with free coffee for the first 50 customers. So don’t worry Leeds, it’s only a short wait until you can get your own SALT x hubb fix.

Opening times:
Monday – Thursday 8am – 11pm,
Friday – Saturday 8am – 1am,
Sunday 12pm – 9pm

Find out more about hubb here


SALT Brewing & Ossett Pub Company are pleased to announce their joint venture on the renovation and reopening of the incredible Georgian building in the centre of the Horbury community formerly known as ‘The Bingley Arms’.   Now to be affectionately renamed as simply ‘The Bingley’, in line with how locals have always revered this much loved watering hole.

The purchase and refurbishment of the site has seen the breweries invest over £1 million into the venture, the former coaching inn will open its doors for a grand public reopening on Friday 23rd June.

‘The Bingley’ is the first collaboration between SALT and Ossett & an impressive addition to both breweries’ venue portfolios. Heading back to the homeland of Ossett Brewery, The Bingley is just two miles away from the brewery and is the perfect venture for both breweries involved.

Renovation has included a redesigned internal layout, new bar area, essential structural work, new open mezzanine, new Georgian style wooden windows throughout and an open plan street food kitchen.  The interior decor creatively combines the SALT influenced contemporary & modern look alongside Ossett’s traditional features such as real fires and exposed stone.

Situated between the River Calder and the Calder and Hebble canal, the pub enjoys stunning views of both waterways.  The newly constructed front beer garden will seat around 100 customers and to the rear there is a further traditionally flagged seating area, along with a unique decked area directly overlooking the canal. The scenic canal and towpath offer and unrivalled spot for drinkers to sit and enjoy the summer months. The original, prominent ‘Bingley Arms’ stone carved signage has been repainted in gold to further enhance the imposing character of the 18th century building.

The Georgian pub has stood on Wakefield’s Horbury Bridge for over 200 years, originally built in 1822. The Bingley has thousands of commuters passing the busy area around Bridge Road each day.

With a huge range of award-winning craft beer from SALT, alongside traditional cask ales from Ossett, it is set to be every beer-lovers’ heaven. But it’s not just about the beer, they will also be offering a huge range of spirits, wines from Barrique Fine Wines (the groups own wine wholesaler), Cocktails “On Tap”, soft drinks and much more.

Delicious Asian street food will be up for grabs on the second floor by street food vendor, Baobros23, famous in West Yorkshire for its award-winning Asian steamed buns.

Owner Jamie Lawson said: “The reopening of this once extremely popular pub is a key post Covid investment for our two breweries, SALT and Ossett. We are so excited to put this landmark pub back on the map after an exciting face lift which will inject new life into the Horbury Bridge community.

“We rescued the Bingley with ambitious restoration plans. Those plans were put on hold by the pandemic hitting the hospitality sector particularly hard but after 6 months of hard work we are ready to open the doors. We look forward to welcoming both old and new customers back to The Bingley with a unique site that offers something to all”

We can’t wait to open the doors & welcome you all for a pint or two!

Pizza on the Square joins the lineup!

The historic North Yorkshire town of Malton is gearing up to unveil a brand new bar, complete with casual dining, in one of its most iconic buildings. Pizza on the Square by SALT opens this spring in the grade II listed Old Town Hall building previously occupied by Stew & Oyster.

The Ossett Brewery Group behind the growing SALT brand recently acquired all Stew & Oyster sites and has been transforming them to fit their distinctive aesthetic.

Malton is often referred to as the food capital of Yorkshire thanks to its reputation as a food producer as well as its weekly and monthly market days. Pizza on the Square is expected to breathe new life into the already vibrant town, which is home to several notable pubs, bars and restaurants.

25th anniversary

News of the brand new venture comes in a year when Ossett Brewery celebrates its 25th anniversary. The group also owns a portfolio of successful pubs and bars, including Archie’s Bar & Kitchen in central Leeds, The Riverhead in Marsden, The Flowerpot in Mirfield and over 25 more incredible venues.

The bar will feature a contemporary interior design that has an upmarket feel, whilst also being cosy and casual making it an ideal space to unwind.

Pizza lovers

Pizza lovers are in good hands, this will be the brand’s first northern bar to incorporate a secret signature sourdough recipe that has gone down a storm in SALT’s two London venues (Deptford and Woolwich).

Pizza on the Square’s trademark dough is made in-house every day and proven for a minimum of 48 hours before it reaches your table.

The result is the perfect crust, loaded with the finest ingredients for your eating pleasure. The pizza menu will be complemented with a selection of Italian-style sandwiches, sides, cakes and brownies. The venue will take bookings, but walk-ins will also be welcome, along with space for private hire upon request.

Guests will be able to enjoy all of SALT’s core range,  including Jute Session IPA and their clean and crisp pale – Loom, as well as regularly rotating Guest lines. Four cask ales will be on offer, including Ossett Brewery’s very own Yorkshire Blonde and White Rat, and two rotating guest ales. Five international lagers and ciders will also be on offer. The bar team will be on hand to mix up 10 different cocktails, freshly prepared at the bar and 2 for £12 all day every day!  Along with an extensive range of international gins, spirits and artisan wines, as well as fresh coffee for those looking to get their daily caffeine fix.

Regular events at Pizza on the Square will include quiz night every Tuesday and live music on Friday and Saturday evenings from 20:30.

Jamie Lawson, the Owner and Founder of SALT said “We always ensure that there is something for everyone at any of our bars, and Pizza On The Square will be no different. We are incredibly excited to showcase our renovation to the people of Malton, with a contemporary and modern feel, Pizza On The Square will be the perfect addition to the town.

We’re incredibly proud of what we’ve done with all the recent openings, and this one is certain to be a community favourite in no time”

SALT Craft + Cocktails heads to Leeds Riverside

The award-winning SALT Taps team are back bringing craft beer, cocktails ‘on tap’, and good vibes to Calls Landing this winter, adding tap no. 9 to their impressive portfolio. SALT has had an amazing year of success, with bars now spread across the North with two in London – Deptford and Woolwich. They show no signs of slowing down, opening their 8th tap in Oakwood just this month!

Famed for serving up a diverse selection of locally brewed craft beers they’ve got something for everyone, from the craft curious to the connoisseur. SALT are bringing something new to the riverside this winter, with the new bar featuring 20 different tequilas and their famous cocktail creations that will be available ‘On Tap’, with 8 different options to choose from. Picture everything from the timeless Pornstar Martini to a modern twist on a classic Blood Orange Margarita, perfect for Christmas drinks with friends.  The winter menu will include a range of Yorkshire pies including the classic Steak and ale, chicken and bacon served with all the trimmings. Vegan options also available along with sweet treats including a selection of brownies.

True to the distinctive SALT brand, the bar will feature 4 cask ales, and 7 craft beers, including the popular Jute- Session IPA, new refreshing pale ale – Loom and Ossett Brewery’s crisp YON Lager.

Calls Landing has always had a proud heritage of food and drink.  SALT is reawakening the site formerly occupied by Stew & Oyster and nestled below the ever-popular Ambiente Tapas bar.  The atmospheric venue of Calls Landing is steeped in the industrial heritage of Leeds’ City Centre and has unrivalled views of the riverside, where guests can unwind after a busy workday. Expect a warm welcome from the established local team who have been busy becoming experts in all things SALT.

SALT Founder Jamie Lawson said: There’s something for everybody at SALT.  Our latest venue will feature a bold and vibrant interior design against a back drop of historic features creating a laid back environment for guests to unwind in.  The latest home for all things SALT is the iconic Calls Landing building on the banks of the River Aire.  The brick built venue features original steel columns, oak flooring and low ceilings that create a unique welcome.  With a host of great pubs in the neighbourhood, come and make Calls Landing a destination to remember.

We are very proud of how far we have come in such a short time, we have development plans in place to launch more taprooms across England in 2023 but for now we can’t wait to welcome the people of Leeds into our newest venue SALT Calls Landing, just in time for the busy festive season.

The purpose of beer is to create pleasure and we can’t wait to see you at the bar.