Craft Beer Pubs in Liverpool

Finding craft beer in a city full of pubs doesn't have to be hard, and even better it's not. Liverpool is home to many great craft beer spots, whether you're someone who enjoys its humble origins or just its great taste. If you think you've seen it all – from the best craft beer pubs to the best imported selections – you haven't. Be sure to check out our list of recommended craft beer pubs for even more great options in Liverpool.

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Cains Brewery

When it comes to craft beer in the Baltic Triangle, Cains Brewery is a firm choice. Head inside this cosy hotspot for its signature 'Liverpool in a pint' which was first served in 1858, alongside a boozy bottomless tour of this hoppy hub and top-notch large group booking options.

The Dead Crafty Beer Company

While their name's a dead giveaway of what you can expect, The Dead Crafty Beer Company will keep you on your toes with their rotating tap and hundreds of global and local brews. You can count on having the best craft beers in Liverpool at this spot, but you can also expect the delightfully unexpected.

Fly in the Loaf

Great atmosphere or reasonably priced drinks? Fly in the Loaf doesn't make you choose. You can have it all and more at their prime nightlife location in Liverpool with a grand selection of craft beers, wines and real ales and a delicious menu of easy go-tos. Recently renovated with comfortable indoor and outdoor seating, you can't go wrong with this crafty craft beer bar.


If you want to feel like a badass and drink good craft beer in Liverpool at the same time, 81LTD is your place with their by-appointment table bookings. This venue has a great selection of drinks and a cool dark atmosphere perfect for your private excursions. 

Motel Bar

What's craft beer without a place to kickback and enjoy it? Motel Bar is an industrial-themed bar that offers a wide selection of delicious craft beer as well as other delectables. Its upstairs movie projector is fit for football with your mates or even a private date. If you were looking for where to drink craft beer and real ale in Liverpool or maybe just a quirky alternative to a traditional pub experience, this is your place.