SEVEN BRO7HERS will be opening its brand-new beer house in the heart of MediaCityUK – with the brothers pulling their first pint as indoor restrictions lift for hospitality this May.
Nestled between the BBC and popular hangout The Botanist, the bar will open its doors on MONDAY 17TH MAY serving a host of the brewery’s popular family of beers.
The bar will offer indoor seating as well as occupying several greenhouses from the summer’s ‘Box on the Docks’ experience for those looking to book in groups.
The bar will operate under covid-19 practices; staff will wear PPE, screens, a one-way system and social distancing will operate indoors. SEVEN BRO7HERS will also use an app for table service orders.
Punters can grab food and a pint from Monday to Sunday from 12 noon.You can book yourself a table here:
Keith McAvoy, CEO of SEVEN BRO7HERS, said: “We are so pleased to finally be launching our MediaCityUK space after months of waiting for covid restrictions to ease. MediaCityUK is a fantastic location, especially in the Summer, so we can’t wait to kick off and be part of the buzz.”
The brothers currently run two successful beer houses, Middlewood Locks and Ancoats, in Manchester and run a bar out of its Salford taproom.
Keith added: “We reopened our three sites when the restrictions first lifted in April, and we have been overwhelmed by the support from customers. It is fantastic after months of closures and restrictions to be back doing what we love – welcoming people into our family for a pint.”
Chris Reay, MediaCityUK’s Property Director added: “SEVEN BRO7THERS brings a vibrant addition to our growing independent scene. SEVEN BRO7THERs famous tap room is just a stone’s throw from MediaCityUK and we’re delighted to bring this family-run and unique offering right into the heart of MediaCityUK for workers, residents and visitors to enjoy.”
The brewery will also be launching its partnership bar in Manchester Airport’s new terminal two when it reopens as part of a lucrative 10-year deal.
Speaking about the brothers next beer house projects, Keith said: “Due to covid-19 our beer houses in Liverpool and Leeds have been delayed but we hope to see them open later this year, we can’t wait to launch but it has to be the right time for us and our customers.”