A physical bar has been a long time goal of Shureshot owner, James Campbell, and, opening very soon, the space will bring a range of craft beers to its brewery site behind Piccadilly station.
The aim is to brew beer and sell cans to take away, as well as hold tasting events and brewery tours for fans of the mighty, hoppy beverage.
We’re already spoiled for choice with breweries seemingly popping up on every street corner at the moment, much to the joy of us pint guzzling, crisp munching monsters, and Sureshot wants to bring us more joy in the form of beautiful beer.
The brewery’s aim is to bring joy to beer, and to the people drinking it – one brew at a time. Sureshot’s motto is ‘always independent, always fresh, and always with a smile’, so we’ve got a lot to be excited about when it opens its doors later in the year!
Joining the likes of Manchester Union Brewery, Seven Bro7hers, Cloudwater and Track, Sureshot aims to bring beer fans into the experience, providing an intimate, exclusive look into the brewing process, as well as opportunities to sample beers.
I love a brewery because you get a proper good chance to have a nosey around and see exactly how our beloved booze is made, usually with a pint in your hand, too!
There’s no official opening date just yet, but it’s looking to be around summer time! And if you can’t wait until then, you can buy beers directly from Sureshot’s website below!