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57 Thomas Street, Manchester

Posted on 13. Feb, 2012 by in Pubs

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57 Thomas Street, Manchester

57 Thomas Street is a tiny Marble Brewery owned pub located in the Northern Quarter area of Manchester.

History and Interior

The small pub was opened in 2010 and was previously a shop. Converted into a one room pub the long bar dominates one side of the bar and a long table dominates the other side. There is a sofa at the front of the bar but essentially you will need to share that long table with others. This may be off-putting to some and could make it a little cramped. A few tables and chairs are located on the pavement in front of the pub should the Manchester weather be in your favour.

The Beer and Food

As the pub was once a shop, there isn’t a cellar. Still, you can expect to find cask beer being served via the casks on the bar. The beers are well kept and rotate between the Marble Brewery range. They also have a good selection of foreign bottled beers available.

The pub doesn’t have a full kitchen but they do have a great selection of Italian, Spanish and Polish meats, a wide variety of cheeses along with toasted sandwiches and pork pies. I can highly recommend the cheese.

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Venue Location

57 Thomas Street


M4 1NA

Tel: 0161 832015

(Twitter: @awv)

Beer Taster, Pub Attendee, Photo Taker

Robert Gale likes beer, pubs and beer festivals. He also likes to take photos of beer, pubs and beer festivals. Most weekends of the year you can find him travelling around the UK (and sometimes beyond) photographing and reviewing good quality pubs and beer festivals. He also has a day job in the form of a web developer for Ozum.

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