Our way of life has changed beyond recognition since the Covid-19 outbreak hit the UK, and for the first time in living memory the great British public house is officially off-limits.
A multitude of stalls lined the grand setting, with a variety of different drinks on offer, including beer, cider, perry’s, fruit wine and even a gin bar.
Cornwall has its pasties and Cumberland has its sausages. Has Manchester found its own niche in craft beer?
Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) will play host to over 40 real ales and ciders at Bolton’s Ukrainian Club from Thursday April 9 – Friday April 10.
South Manchester MP John Leech is joining the rebellion to get the government ‘beer-tie’ scheme scrapped in a bid to get local pub landlords off the breadline
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
I’ll drink to that: Stockport Beer and Cider Festival attracts thousands of pint purists and ale anoraks
More than 6000 beer enthusiasts will descend on Edgeley Park this weekend to drink in the 28th Stockport Beer and Cider Festival.
Hoppy holidays! Manchester beer lovers helped to explore European Holy Gr-ales of hops by boozy travellers
A Manchester company are offering beer enthusiasts the chance to experience the best of foreign beer festivals by organising trips to a number of top European destinations.
Manchester Marble Beers, Joseph Holts and Robinsons all feature
Real Ale youth campaigner supports George Osborne’s plan to pump new life into Manchester’s beer industry
Chancellor’s decision to scrap beer tax escalator praised
Manchester MP believes George Osborne Budget may save the ‘Great British pub’ as beer prices are cut
1p decrease will take effect on Sunday