A new restaurant and bar destination is coming to Manchester city centre this autumn, and they’ve announced a partnership with Forever Manchester.
Store Street Craft Bar is proud to announce that they’ll be working with Manchester brewery, JW Lees, who’ll be supplying a cracking range of their very best and most iconic brews for the bar and restaurant. This will include Manchester Pale Ale, the sale from every pint of which will include a 10p donation to Forever Manchester.
Manchester Pale Ale is a golden ale made from all-British malt, Liberty and Mount Hood hops. With such a popular beer selected for this charitable partnership, the bar expect this to add up to a great contribution to the charity over the coming years.
Store Street Exchange and Store Street Craft Bar will be situated on the ground floor of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel at Piccadilly, and will represent an exciting and unconventional, day to night, social den of fine food and drink.
The venue is set to open in late September and will be a standalone drinking den with a focus on craft beers and cocktails. There’ll be a dazzling array of brews including plenty from Manchester’s own fabulous breweries and microbreweries.
Forever Manchester is a charity that raises money to fund and support a huge range of community activity across Greater Manchester, helping young people, older people and disabled people, as well as homelessness, sports, environmental, education, and cancer support projects, plus everything in between; meaning that Store Street’s donations will be invested into local communities and neighbourhoods.
Colette Sherry, Sales Director for DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Piccadilly commented: “We’re delighted to be partner-ing with such a wonderful local charity as Forever Manchester. We’re completely invested in this city – it’s our home and we will continue to be an even bigger part of it as we launch this next chapter with Store Street. Forever Manchester was therefore the natural choice for us, as this partnership will allow us to invest in the most grass roots and local community projects possible. And all just by buying a beer!”