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Buy 2x 250ml glasses of wine on Wednesdays and receive the rest of the bottle free. (Available on wines sold by the glass)
Round off the week with 20% off bottles of prosecco
Enjoy two delicious sirloin steaks and a bottle of wine on Saturdays for just £29.99.
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Monday 7th January - Monday 16th December
HONEY BLUES DANCE GROUP
07:00PM - 11:00PM
Welcome to our weekly blues dance class in Manchester!
Come & learn how to dance to blues music! Classes every Monday night starting at 8pm - all suitable for complete beginners, your second class is a free bee!
For more information or to book click the link
Friday 1st March - Sunday 31st March
Joining our pumps this month is:
Juicy Pale Ale - Hop forward pale ale with a plethora of tropical grapefruit flavours.
Friday 1st March - Tuesday 30th April
New Seasonal Ale
Rock 'N' Roll Star is a proper pint with a flavour that doesn't pull punches. Plenty of blackcurrant and loganberry aromas with full bodied, spicy bitter flavours and rich undertones. This outstanding bitter hits all the right rock 'n' roll chords
Monday 4th March - Sunday 10th March
British Pie Week
12:00PM - 06:00PM
Everyone love's a good pie. Why not join in British Pie Week with us and try one of our amazing pies. Whether your a meat lover and enjoy a nice Steak & Ale pie or Steak & Kidney pudding or if you fancy something different try our homemade Three Cheese & Onion pie or amazing fish pie. We have something for everyone.
Sunday 17th March
St Patrick's Day
It's the one day of the year when everyone becomes Irish and joins in the celebrations of St Patrick. So dig out those shamrock hats, ginger wigs, green jackets and join us with a traditional festive pint of Guinness or Jameson's Whiskey
Wednesday 27th March
National Whiskey Day
It was Celtic monks who brought the art of distillation on their long way to Ireland in the 11th century.
Almost no wine grew on this rainy, stormy island. People had to be content with beer made from fermented barley. But after a few hundred years of cultivation the barley yielded well, and in 1494 whisky was first mentioned and today Whiskey meaning "water of life" is enjoyed everywhere.
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