Manchester Beer Week 2018 Tour
We’re really excited to partner with Manchester Beer Week this year to bring you an exclusive app-led tour of 8 of the cities finest pubs, bars, brewtaps and bottleshops.
There’s no need for cabs or a bus ticket as this ultimate Manchester beer hunt is fully city centre based. In less than 3km you’ll see where the Manchester Beer Week team have painstakingly handpicked and whittled down for you and your friends to sup in between Manchester Beer Week events.
This Beer Adventure starts conveniently in Piccadilly Gardens and snakes all around the city. In one day you’ll enjoy all the finest beers Manchester has to offer. Plus taste amazing food and get into some quality conversations with the locals.
Take in the thriving Ancoats district, drink in Victorian pubs with loads of character or rub shoulders with hipsters and quasi-hipsters in craft beer caves that are usually off the radar.
Whether you live in Manchester or are just visiting for the beer week, make sure you enjoy yourself on this day out around some of the UK’s coolest beer joints.
Everything you need to know about this Manchester Beer Week Tour:
Start Point: Bundobust (Piccadilly Gardens)
How It Works:
The Beer Adventures app acts as a magical mystery tour directing beer fans at the touch of a few buttons. Available on iOS and Android, we offer highly curated, built in itineraries in most major cities.
Download our Manchester Beer Week Tour on iOS or Android. Our app is free to download and you can purchase our ‘Manchester’ package in-app for £3.99 and gain access to 5 great tours for the price of one.
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