Port Street Beer House

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The newest addition to Manchester's burgeoning real-ale scene, Port Street Beer House provides the perfect environment in which to appreciate the ever-expanding world of craft brewing.

From the brains behind the award-winning (and fiercely independent) Common, the Beer House is home to one of the most extensive selections of rare American beers and local ales in the city. To add to its beery charm, it also offers 'thirds', the seasoned ale-festival drinker's measure of choice.

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Port Street Beer House details

Port Street,
M1 2EQ

Area Northern Quarter

Transport Metrolink Piccadilly Gardens, or City Centre buses, or Piccadilly rail

Port Street Beer House website

Open noon-1am Mon-Thur, Sun; noon-2.30am Fri, Sat

Port Street Beer House map

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Comments & ratings 5/5 (Average of 2 ratings)

By Frenchy - Sep 11 2012

Simply, the best pub in Manchester. True, the price of a standard ale in other pubs may be slightly cheaper, but those extra few pennies are worth the quality of such an extensive range of wonderfully and independently sourced beers and ales. The relaxed 'living room' atmosphere and friendly bar staff and clientele make this contemporary pub a truly loveable little place.

Dave Himelfield
By Dave - Jun 17 2012

Good: Unrivaled selection of real ale, American craft beer and European beer. The pub has a relaxed atmosphere, free of loud music and loud people with plenty of seating.
Bad: It's quite expensive and the bar staff are rather standoffish.