I liked the way the bar looked inside full of beer posters and memorabilia. The music being played on the juke box was good. I went on a thurs afternoon so it was a bit quiet, nice selection of cask ales and decent bottle selection mainly Belgian
Visited on 24th June 2017. Nice Belgian style bar in the Northern Quarter amongst a load of other places, decor is nice with a lot of brewania on the walls. Beer range is decent with a good range of Belgian beers plus a cask and keg beers on tap. Staff friendly, prices good. Worth a stop,
I was attracted to this place when I saw the various belgian beer signs outside and thought I’d stop off for refreshment on my way to the football museum. Really strong selection of belgian beers, plus cask ale and real cider. Was served straight away and found a brilliant jukebox. Could have easily have spent a whole afternoon here. Interesting decor.
Visited this quirky, lively pub on 30th September 2016. A real eclectic mix of characters in the clientele, friendly bar staff. The gentleman who served me even researched the brewery to answer one of my questions on a beer. Ales well-kept, and a good selection of Belgian and German drought beers are available together with a fair range of bottles. There was a great buzz to the place. Well-deserving of its GBG entry.
Quirky bar that is typical of the Northern Quarter in Manchester, it attracts a diverse range of characters. The bar itself contains among other weird things, a bat hanging from the ceiling, a motorbike and numerous empty Belgian beer bottles. My pint of Porter was good enough and not badly priced, worth popping in as part of a pub crawl.