Manchester Union Brewery is welcoming you to a belated second birthday party, only six months later than planned. Taking place on Saturday 3 July, their long-awaited knees up will be serving great booze, free food and awesome live tunes from the collective LOVE DOSE from midday until 8pm. The party is free to attend at the brewery’s tap room on 96D North Western Street just behind Piccadilly Station, and will feature their famous crisp, award-winning lager alongside its bohemian black lager counterpart, After Dusk.

Verdant See Food and Dance IPA will also be available on tap for the occasion, with Beehive Food and Pretzel & Spelt providing the snacks in the form of freshly baked Bavarian pretzels and Manchester Eggs AKA pickled eggs coated in Bury black pudding, sage and onion sausage meat and breadcrumbs. The best part? These sensational savouries will be served for free to any party-goer who spends more than £10 at the bar.

Meanwhile, LOVE DOSE will be keeping spirits high with DJs like Bobby Ganoush, Chan, Craig Campbell, Efenar, Kerouac, Nalu & Pollen spinning tunes until the early evening. Manchester Union Lager is brewed at Manchester’s first and only dedicated craft lager brewery located in Ardwick, using traditional central European techniques combined with a modern local twist. Having reopened in early summer, this free-to-attend birthday party is the perfect way to welcome them back after a particularly trying year. Follow the link below for more details.

A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Sat 3 Jul, Noon - 8pm, Manchester Union Brewery,
96D North Western Street, Manchester M12 6JL
, Free (no booking required)
Jessica Cooper
Published on:
Wed 30 Jun 2021