Filthy Cow's Getting A Makeover - In The Form Of A New Belgian Beer Caf

Think fondue and sumptuous waffles...

Belgian Cafe

Mancunians seem to have developed quite the appetite for Belgian beer of late - and the newest addition to replace the city centre's former Filthy Cow beer and burger palace won't disappoint in this vein.

The MEN did some digging to discover that a new continental-style Bock Beer Cafe is set to join Cooper Hall and The Bouncing Czech, armed with the largest selection of Belgian beers anywhere in the city centre...

The 72-cover space is to offer 10 taps and around 50 bottled Belgian beers alongside a selection of American craft ales, wines and spirits to boot.

Iain Hoskins, the brains behind the outfit and owner of Liverpool’s Ma Boyle’s and Ma Egerton’s pubs said, in an MEN interview:

“We’ll be stocking stuff which you can’t find anywhere else, so if you try something you like you’ll be able to come and buy it to take home like a bottle shop."

Soak it up

Continental-style sharing boards and desserts (think waffles and choccy fondue) will be the order of the day in this cosy, relaxed Belgian-style caf.

When and where?

The cafe is set to open early next month - hop over to @BockBiereCafe for the latest news and updates.

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Amy

Loves eating cake and baking (skilled at the former, not so great at the latter.) Discovering the vibrant city that is Manchester one burrito at a time.

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