Opening in the former stomping ground of the Filthy Cow, Bock Bière Café is a new haunt opening in Manchester's City Centre. Specialising in Belgian beer, the venue has collated the products of some of Europe's leading ale and beer breweries, showcasing the best flavours of recipes on offer.
The venue is set to open this December. The bar boasts 10 beers on tap and 50 different bottled brands. Mad about all things Belgian, close attention has been payed to the various brewing processes and different recipes, with each beverage offering a distinctive taste. Alongside the Benelux's finest, the bar will also offer Germanic and Parisian drinks, created using a range of completely different staple ingredients.
To keep things on an even keel, the bar serves an impressive selection of continental sharing plates alongside its impressive line-up of ice cold beers. Guests can expect freshly made breads and pickled products, served alongside fresh vegetables and an effervescent selection of cheese.
A word from the chef:
The kitchen will offer a selection of continental sharing boards and European dishes.
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