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Former Boddington's Strangeways Brewery
NOW SADLY CLOSED & DEMOLISHED
Interbrew UK, PO Box 23 Manchester M60.
Tel: 0161-828 2000.
Formerly located on the corner of Great Ducie Street & New Bridge Street, Strangeways, Manchester where the original well from which the first Boddington's ales are reputed to have been made. The self proclaimed "Cream of Manchester", Boddington's Bitter (or locally, just "Boddies") has a long traditional association with good ales, brewed on the site of their Strangeways Brewery since the late 18th century. Brewing on this old site ceased in February 2005 amid a geat deal of controversy and opposition - Boddingtons will henceforth be produced at other locations around the UK and has lost its historic association with the City of Manchester. The site is in process of redevelopment with shops, houses and a new hotel planned - the only surviving vestige of the former brewery will be the chimney stack, which remains as a permanent memorial.
The company was taken over by the Whitbread Group in the early 1990s and is now part of the Interbrew UK company. There are/were guided tours of the brewery, with a complimentary glass of beer at the end. The beer has long been rated locally, but clever marketing and a massive TV advertising campaign has now imprinted its name into the national consciousness.
Sadly, the "Cream of Manchester" is no longer brewed in Manchester - ah, well.... everything changes.
Boddington's Pubs in Manchester City Centre
The Old Grapes
Little Quay Street, Manchester M3.
Tel: 0161-839 4359.
A great menu, non-smoking areas, disabled access, and interval drinks orders taken for the Opera House next door.
Bloom Street, Salford, M3. Tel: 0161-839 4338.
Traditional real ale house all pulled from 13 hand pumps, with 9 guest ales on offer.
Trafford Wharf Road, Manchester.
Set in the heart of Salford Quays, with an emphasis on good food and good beers. Traditional Sunday roasts are popular favourites.
Windmill Street, Manchester M2.
Tel: 0161-834 8517/1640.
Steaks in profusion at reasonable prices. A city centre pub close to the GMEX Centre.
Granby Row, Princess Street, Manchester 1.
Tel: 0161-237 5325.
Popular with local office workers and with students. A cosmopolitan pub with good food, drink and music.
Mauldeth Road West Chorlton-cum-Hardy,
Tel: 0161-881 7048 / 3567.
A busy, spacious and friendly pub, home to the Buzz Comedy Club, as well as offering Singles Nights on Mondays, and 1960s-70s Discos on Fridays.
Manchester City Centre Public Houses, Inns, Hotels & Bars
Manchester's pubs, inns, wine bars and cafés are as diverse as they are numerous - most now offer lunchtime and evening meals or at least light bar snacks. Look out for local beers and ales like Boddingtons, but also independent brewers like Robinsons, Lees, Holts and Hydes
CAMRA - Campaign for Real Ale
North manchester Branch website at:
The City Pub
133 Oldham St, Manchester M4 1LN.
Tel: 0161-834 2954. Mobile: 07957 844357
The City Pub has been serving quality ales and hospitality to the community for over 200 years.
The Sawyers Arms
138 Deansgate, Manchester.
Tel: 0161-834 2133.
The Sawyers Arms boasts having been Manchester's first licenced premises. A spacious airy interior, with real ales on tap and frequent promotions of "guest" ales. Traditional pub food menus served from lunchtime through to early evening. Children not permitted. Karaoke night every Thursday, and occasional live music. Available for private functions.
Peveril of the Peak
127 Great Bridgewater Street, Manchester
Tel: 0161-236 6364.
The Peveril of the Peak is a famous traditional Manchester pub dating from about 1829 and named after the stagecoach which made the run to London. Distinctive green ceramic tiles adorn its exterior, and as a Grade II Listed Building, it is fortunate to survive the new building taking place around it (the Bridgewater Concert Hall is immediately next door). The interior has 3 rooms around a central bar displaying more ceramic tiles, mahogany and leaded stained glass. It is a friendly pub of some character, and offers lunches between 12noon and 2.30pm, and serves Real Ales, with one or two guest ales. Traditional Irish and Scottish music and dancing every Tuesday night. Games Room, bar football, and darts. Claimed to be haunted by a local ghost. Open 11.00am-3.00pm and 5.00pm-11.00pm Mondays to Saturdays, and 7.00pm-10.30pm on Sundays.
Rosie's Café Bar
11 York Street, Manchester.
Tel: 0161-834 1208
Situated amid the financial institutions of central Manchester, Rosie's serves real ales and a good selection of premium bottled lagers. Regular "Happy Hours", CD Juke Box. Attractive stylish interior, stained ceiling lights and fans, with wall pictures of movie stars. Breakfasts served from 7.30-11.00am. Lunch 12noon-2.00pm (4.00pm on Saturdays). Also a selection of hot dishes and original sandwiches.
The Marble Arch
79 Rochdale Road, Manchester.
Tel: 0161 832 5914
Open Fri-Sat 12noon-11.00pm, Sunday 12noon-3.00pm and 7.00pm-10.30pm. Marstons, Oak, Green King Abbott, Moorhouse, and other quaint and interesting beers. Extremely over-the-top ornate interiors, with decorative tiles and floor mosaics. Well stocked bar. Back room food and live music.
The Moon Under Water
68-74 Deansgate, Manchester M3.
Tel: 0161-834 5882.
Part of the Wetherspoon's chain, this is a large classy pub in a former cinema, with 8,000 square feet of floor space. There are no smoking areas and a wide selection of ales on offer. Food available. Good disabled access. See Main Entry.
6 Honey St, Red Bank, Manchester 8.
Tel: 0161-834 4239.
Usually this pub has a variety of real ales on offer, including Timothy Taylors and Bantam Bitter, as well as a wide range of quality bottled beers from around the world, especially Belgian. Food available. Garden with play facilities for children. Saturday and Sunday roasts are worth a visit at under £5.00 for the meal.
Canal Street, Manchester M1. Tel: 0161-236 6523.
Given the "City Life" Magazine's Pub of the Year Award in 1995. Several rooms at different levels, with a character of intimacy. Good value food available.
Ape & Apple
28-30 John Dalton Street, Manchester M2.
Open every Day: 11.00am to 11.00pm. A former City Life Pub of the Year and one of the newer pubs in the city centre. It serves good quality beer, including Real Ales, Holts Bitter and Mild, with traditional pub food available at lunchtime from Monday to Saturday. A warm plush environment. Inexpensive and unpretentious value for money
Yates's Wine Lodge
Portland Street, Manchester centre.
Tel: 0161-228 0162.
Open Monday to Thursday 11.00am to midnight; Friday & Saturday 11.00am-1.00am; Sunday from noon to 10.30pm Specialities include Boddingtons Bitter, John Smith, and its famous "blob" drink. Hefty Beef Sandwiches available. Originally converted in the 1960s from a former banking hall.
84 London Road, Manchester M1.
Open from Mon-Sat 11.00am-11.30pm; Sundays from noon-10.30pm. Beers, include cask ales, Burtonwood Bitter & Mild, Buccaneers, Forshaws, Top Hat, as well as guest beers. Popular pub with UMIST staff and students. Refurbished in 1996 but retaining its stained glass. Food available, including their "famous Sunday roasts" - vegetarian dishes available here. Tuesday night is Quiz Night and other regular entertainments are frequently available.
See their website at: www.bullsheadpub.co.uk