Albert's Schloss is a Bohemian bar in the heart of Manchester's Peter Street.
Based underneath the iconic Albert Hall, the venue labels itself as a 'bier palace' and offers the city's adventurous dwellers an irresistible range of international beers, delectable cocktails and potent spirits. Branding itself as a 'Schloss', you can be certain that this place is dedicated to debauchery and all the weird and wonderful excess of Germany. Dabble in some Bavarian nonsense here where the beers come big, bold and from brewing grounds afar.
This self proclaimed bier palace, lives up to its title as Manchester’s first Tankovna (a place home to copper tanks brimming with the freshest Pilsner). Inspired by eh Alpine regions of Bavaria, Albert's Schloss is a lodge of heritage beers on the taps, Alpine-themed cocktails, homemade Schnapps and a stinking wine list. Out of the bar and into the kitchen, Albert's cook haus is well seasoned in knocking out traditional foods like ze Pretzels, doughnuts and cinnamon knots from their very own bakery. Don't worry, there's all the authentic sausage and schnitzel to nosh on too.
Come and have a jolly in the mountains with Albert.
|Pint of Lager||£4.00|
|Bottle of House Wine||£16.50|
|Bottle of Champagne||£55.00|
|Food and Drink Menu||Download|
A word from the chef:
This German cook haus knocks out pretzel brunches, waffles, German specialities like Flammkuchen (£7.50), Schnitzel (£9.50) and all the Wurst (£9).
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