Welcome to The Crooked Billet
Friday 3pm – Midnight
Saturday & Sunday 12 Noon – Midnight
Traditional Country Pub
Serving the best cask ales.
A place to socialise and make new friends.
We welcome walkers (& dogs), cyclists and everyone else passing through.
We are now open on a first come first served basis.
Customers – please respect the measures we have put in place. Thank you, Alison.
Alison & Paul have an establishment that is a real hub of the community, a place Worsthorne can be proud of. Customers travel from far and wide to sample the excellent range of real ales, especially from our local Worsthorne Brewery.
The pub is Cask Marque accredited and hosts various Camra social events. We have won the Burnley Area ‘Pub of the Year’ Award from CAMRA for 2013. Voted as Burnley’s Best Bar, December 2014 in Burnley Express, see here, and with our certificate.
A great range of lagers on draught including ‘Peroni’ only adds excellence to this lovely village pub.
Food served at weekends and bank holidays, and by prior arrangement for groups during the week.
Our Permanent Ales
We always have Guest Ales available from Breweries near and far. They change on a weekly basis.
Irish folk night, 2nd Thursday every month.
For every Burnley Football Club home match. Coach / Minibus from the Crooked Billet to Turf Moor and return Pie and peas Only £6. Please book your seats in advance at the bar.
The Karaoke night is once a month. Please look out for the date each month. A fantastic evening with over 45,000 songs to choose from - which one is yours?
Every Wednesday at 9pm. 1st prize a gallon of ale (8 pints) plus £150 snowball question every week. Free hot and cold supper
We welcome our customers back on the 4th July, 12 Noon. Government relaxation of the Covid-19 lockdown allows us to reopen on the 4th July 2020. It will be different! But we will try and make it as near normal as possible. We need to follow the guidelines, and we ask...
"I loved my visit to this welcoming and friendly pub." says Mark. Please read the full article at the Lancashire Telegraph
MORE than £900 was raised by a charity walk for Pendleside Hospice. The Pub2Pub walk was in aid of the Gail Simpson Memorial Fund which now aims to raise £50,000 for the hospice by autumn. Around 110 walkers attended the event which took in a six-mile circular route...
Paul Miller and Alison Leigh receive their Burnley Bar of the Year award certificate from the Burnley Express. Take a look at the Burnley Express article with our Crooked Billet Best Bar 2014 Certificate here (pdf)
Just before Christmas we were voted as Burnley's Best Bar by a reader vote in the Burnley Express. A big thanks to everyone who voted for us Please have a look at the full Burnley Express article by clicking here (pdf file) And landlady Alison Leigh said she was...
The Guest House Worsthorne is an ideal place for an overnight stay in Worsthorne for business or pleasure, and it’s just across the road from the Crooked Billet, less than a minute’s walk.
To one side of the guest house is the Village Store, the other side of the tea rooms.