What they say:
Manchester welcomes a new punter playground from the group behind London's Euston Tap. Taking the Southern physique North bound, Piccadilly Tap will reside on the station approach aiming to entice folk looking for a cheeky pre or post-commuting bevvy. The pub will house 25 taps of both cask and keg ales as well as showcasing the best local brews from Manchester's hopping beer industry.
What we say:
A station Tap never sounded more appealing. Adding more props to the Northern city's craft beer credentials, Piccadilly Tap will take the same route as it's Southern siblings and offer a wide spread of cask, keg and world bottles beers. With free reign to pull pints of whatever crafty brews they fancy, Piccadilly Tap is a pad to spread the hop-tastic formulas of Manchester's lesser known, microbrewery labels.