The Circus Tavern is a tiny pub located in the centre of Manchester.
It is considered by CAMRA to be one of the Top Ten Real Heritage Pubs in Britain due to its unspoilt interior.
The Independent Manchester Beer Convention was held over the first weekend of October, 2012 in the stunning, and very unique, Victoria Baths in south Manchester.
57 Thomas Street is a tiny Marble Brewery owned pub located in the Northern Quarter area of Manchester.
The pub serves a selection of Marble beers straight from the cask on the bar. They also have a good selection of foreign bottled beers.
The Old Wellington Inn is a Nicholson’s owned pub located near Manchester Cathedral.
It is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and one of Manchester’s oldest buildings.
Up to 8 ales available and breweries such as Jennings, Fullers, Sharps, Elgoods and Brentwood have featured there.
The Port Street Beer House offers one of the best selections of beer in Manchester with a huge selection of cask, keg and bottled beers from around the UK and beyond.
Expect to find 7 cask ales, a dozen or so beers on keg and two large fridges filled with impressive beers from around the world.
The Crown and Kettle is a 19th century Grade-II listed pub located in the Northern Quarter of the city. The interior contains a very interesting ceiling.
Four ales are usually available at this Good Beer Guide listed pubs and you are likely to find beers from local breweries.
Perhaps the smallest ‘pub’ in Manchester, the aptly named Micro Bar is located in a stall in the food section of Arndale Shopping Centre.
Owned by the Manchester based Boggart Brewery, three ales are usually available and there is also a small bottled beer shop.