Manchester’s only brewery dedicated to creating delicious craft lager is re-opening its doors. Starting Saturday 29 May, pint-loving punters will be able to revisit Manchester Union Brewery’s tap room in the arches behind Piccadilly Station all while enjoying some of the best pretzels this side of Germany – baked fresh every day from Bolton’s Bavarian bakers, Pretzel & Spelt.

Specialising in crisp lager created via a Central European brewing style, Manchester Union Lager successfully crowdfunded over £46,000 during lockdown to help their team sell their beer in cans. While fans have been content enjoying the bar’s lagers, black lagers, pale ales and alt beers from the comfort of their sofa over the last few months, the steady thawing of lockdown restrictions now means they can get back to sipping their pints the way they were meant to sipped – from an actual pub.

What’s more, Manchester Union Brewery’s city-centre proximity places it in the perfect spot for an impromptu craft beer bar crawl – located just five minutes from Piccadilly Station and a stone’s throw from boozy neighbours Alphabet Brewing and Beer Nouveau. Tempted? Head down to Manchester Union Brewery from noon every Saturday to start your weekend right. Follow the link below for more information.

A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Thu 3 Jun, Manchester Union Brewery,
96D North Western Street, Manchester, M12 6JL
, Noon - 8pm (Saturdays)
Simon Bland
Published on:
Thu 3 Jun 2021