Brew Haus Beer Hall To Bring Some More 'Oompah' to Manchester With Venue Overhaul

Plenty of beers on the cards

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Beer halls may be the new burger restaurants, if the latest licence application ion Manchester is anything to go by.

A new application has been made for a licence for Brew Haus which promises to be a Bavarian beer hall set at 36 Peter Street, the site of the former Bar 38.

The licence application was submitted by FAC251 Limited - the owners of Manchester’s Factory 251 and South nightclubs.

The brand will be known to visitors to Lincoln, Huddersfield and Bradford, where the Brew Haus banner overhangs a booze selection made by award-winning Manchester bartenders, The Liquorists. 

With a menu of pies, pizzas and poutine, the other venues have also hosted meet the brewer events, beer festivals, pop-up markets and traditional oompah band entertainment.

The application, to be reviewed by licensing bosses later this month, includes overhaul on multiple points of the internal architecture of the building.

Downstairs in the building, a Manchester branch of Tokyo’s Newcastle nightclub Tup Tup Palace is set to open soon.

Said to be a favourite of big names like Kanye West and Drake, the Newcastle venue describes itself as a "bohemian world of escapism, luxury and exotic eastern finery" - with indoor waterfalls, champagne snugs, and privately serviced tables.

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Kirstie McCrum

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