A family owned Salford brewery is busier than ever before, thanks to a surge in craft beer sales during lockdown.
Northern beer fans – wait for it – Five Points Brewing Company’s JUPA is back after a successful debut earlier this year in Leeds.
This evening, new Piccadilly microbrewery Alphabet will take over the taps at Northern Quarter drinking den Port Street Beer House to officially launch their selection of seven beers.
A popular Deansgate watering hole has been awarded Pub Of The Year by Campaign For Real Ale.
Back to The Footage: Manchester student pub relaunches with geek chic to entice ‘tech-savvy customers’
Manchester student pub, The Footage, re-opens this weekend with more to offer than ever before from the latest craft beer or your morning coffee to jukebox DJ apps and super-fast broadband
Seven Bro7hers brewing: Manchester family toast first year’s journey… from blowing up brews to supping with PM
A family of Manchester brothers who pulled together just over a year ago to produce a range of craft beers have been looking back on a rollercoaster 12 months over a pint with MM.
Blazing a tr-ale: Manchester brewery veteran hops across Morecambe Bay to mark The Christie anniversary
Manchester brewery Joseph Holt are getting everyone on board as they look to mark 100 years of supporting The Christie – from pint-sized PA to beery boss.
Much-loved Manchester burger bar Solita transform Northern Quarter ‘eyesore’ into beer garden extension
Solita have opened a 60-seater beer garden in a bid to provide a space for people have their food and or drinks in the great outdoors this summer.
First Chop Brewing Arm: Why Salford brewers are often first off shelf while 20 ‘sh*t bars’ get chop every week
First Chop Brewing Arm, a small, independent brewery based in Salford is fast becoming well known for its philosophy of using the finest ingredients and keeping things simple. MM went to take a look at what makes it so popular.
Dutch brewer Heineken will pour £50million into their Manchester plant as they look to add fizz to their UK performance.
Earlier this month, they celebrated two years in the business – and in this short space of time, they have developed a core range of seven different ales