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Beer Tasting in Manchester

With some cracking beers, breweries and pubs across the city you might just want to try them all. What better way than beer tasting in Manchester!

There are lots of options for beer tasting in Manchester, from the local breweries themselves to venues showcasing a range of top quality tipples. We've put together a guide to point you in the direction of a few to try.

Seven Bro7hers Beerhouse Ancoats

Seven Bro7hers Beerhouse Ancoats

Location: Ancoats

About: Seven Bro7hers are a local brewery based in Salford, producing some of the best craft beer around. With numerous varieties to taste from their IPA to lager and even a stout or two, you're going to want to get through them all. Beer tasting at the Ancoats Beerhouse includes six tasters and a few beer inspired nibbles. You will also be talked through each beer and the fascinating Seven Bro7hers story by one of their amazing team. It's definitley one of the best value experiences across the city!

Address: The Ice Plant, 39 Blossom St, Manchester M4 5AF

Telephone: 0161 228 2404

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BrewDog Manchester

BrewDog Manchester

Location: Peter Street

About: BrewDog have become one of the big hitters in the beer industry on recent years with some instantly recognisable beers, especially the names. They offer two different types of beer tasting, one event is free, yes free! You get a selection of four headline tasters and a thirty minute talk for a maximum group of eight. The real deal comes with their full beer school experience though, it's a two-hour course of craft beer where you will learn, taste and explore the world of craft beer. Plus there are a selection of cheeses to help you line the stomach.

Address: Scottish Mutual House, 35 Peter St, Manchester M2 5BG

Telephone: 0161 832 1922

The Botanist Deansgate

The Botanist Deansgate

Location: Deansgate

About: The Botanist offer a different kind of experience with a variety of tasting masterclasses. All you need to do is get a minimum group of six and book one of the four different options. You can go for the Best of Britain and stay close to our routes with beers ranging from Porters to IPAs, or maybe you fancy going further afield with the Best of Europe as you sample beers from countries such as Germany and the Czech Republic. If you want to go back through the ages and learn where ale started then The History of Ales tasting sounds like the one for you, and finally the What is Craft option which says it all in the name.

Address: 78 Deansgate, Manchester M3 2FW

Telephone: 0161 833 1878

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