Taking craft beer bars in Manchester city centre to a whole new level is Doghouse, a carbon-negative hotel dedicated to the stuff. Not only does the ground-floor taproom boast 30 different brews, but the boutique rooms also have booze fridges, mini-bars and taps for you to take advantage of.
Manchester's Best Craft Beer Bars
This alcoholic beverage is always making a ripple across hospitality, courtesy of the unique cans, kegs and pints whipped up by small, independent companies or industry giants. To keep you hoppy? Check out our guide to the best pubs, breweries and bars for craft beer in Manchester.
To get behind the scenes at some of our favourite craft beer breweries in Manchester? This tour doesn't only take you to the taprooms - have a guided look at each unique brewhouse while sipping through plenty of pints.
Boasting their very own craft beer, the Alabama Slim, across vending machines, this American dive bar offers up a unique late-night experience of craft beer in Manchester city centre. Topping it off? Pool, a graffiti wall you can sign and bespoke cocktails.
For some of the best craft beer in Manchester, hit up The Old Wellington. This traditional ol' boozer is not only quite the looker with its period features, like exposed beams and brick, but it's also got all the real ales you could ask for, alongside a hearty menu of pub grub.
To find your favourite brewery in Manchester, check out our guide to the city's local taprooms and pints. Whether you want home-grown lager or a local craft ale, this list has all the best places to drink.
The home of craft beer and food in Manchester, Bundobust is dishing out Indian veggie burgers, paneer tikka and egg burjhis. But drinks don't go unnoticed either, with a cracking selection of pints for all palates. We're talking cask ales, chai cider and rotational keg lines pouring different kinds of brews.
Formerly The Beer Studio, could you expect anything less than great drinks from here? Snagging their name as one of the best places to drink craft beer in Manchester, this charming favourite is churning out beloved and favoured names, alongside independent bottles.
Offering some of the most popular beer in Manchester is Northern Monk Refectory, who made their way down to the city from Leeds. These craft pints are second-to-none, and the rotating kitchen residencies have offered everything from huge wedges of lasagne to succulent chicken and waffles.
If the name wasn't a giveaway, this Manchester staple is famous for two things. Pie & Ale is situated in the Northern Quarter of this great city, combining a slick modern interior with traditional food and beer, so expect a selection from local micro-breweries paired with handmade grub.
The Marble Brewery is an institution in Manchester, and The Marble Arch is their original pub that delivers it all. With a bar pumping out fresh craft beer, it's the perfect place to grab a pint in the city. Expect cosy vibes in the winter and beer garden feels come summertime.
After craft beer near Manchester Piccadilly? Cloudwater Brewery Co is a local favourite and their taproom is no exception. Mosey on over for a range of unique sips fresh from the brewhouse, alongside cool events, collabs with big names and kitchen takeovers.