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Eventbrite - MyCheekyDate presents Singles Night Event In Manchester. Dating back over years, Ordsall Hall is one of the region's finest Meet the revolutionaries . Become a speed demon at one of the Go Karting tracks Beneath the iconic Albert Hall lies Manchester's Bavarian Beer. Pictish Brewery were one of the pioneers of the microbrewery revolution in Manchester whose unashamed hop forward beers provided.
I swear this could be just the thing to cure my little chest problem! Big chewy malt base that these hops dance on that fruitiness is ever-present and fades only slightly into a big sticky resinous aftertaste. Oh bloody hell this is good! That gooseberry upfront is bloody tart in this medium bodied belter. The fruitiness dries out almost immediately making me pocket my lips and suck in my cheeks like a Les Dawson housewife sketch!
Wow that is dry! That arid fruitiness is backed up by a bracing bitterness too and the whole is tied up with a resinous bow of an aftertaste and finish. I had this as one of my beers at MBCF this year. That was good, but this is so much better!
Smokehouse Porter — Cheshire Brewhouse Congleton — 6. It was worth it! A big dark brown almost black beer with a creamy beige head and an aroma full of chocolate and dark fruits with just a hint of wood smoke.
This is a proper beer. Full bodied beer this. An initial chocolate sweetness slides into a chewy fruitiness full of dark fruit. This, in turn, yields palate space to a little salty tang before that smokiness pushes to the front.
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At this point, my gums are tingling. A second mouthful and the dates make their chewy fruitiness more felt, merging and blending with the chocolate to make more than the sum of their parts. This is one hell of a beer. And one which feels as if it would just love to be drunk along with a slab of rich fruit cake.
And I have another bottle. To go with…… Bloody gorgeous stuff. I spoke to Malcolm Bastow shortly before his retirement from his career as a mental health nurse. He was going to focus on brewing full-time. Obviously, this required commemorating with a beer, so he arranged a collab with the fellow hop fiend Stuart Neilson of the North Riding Brew Pub in Scarborough.
This Amber coloured beer has a light white fluffy head with a full aroma of mango and peach tropical fruitiness. Oh me oh my!!! This is a bar room bully!!! Full bodied is an understatement, this is certainly a big beer. Christ on a bike, there is a bit of everything in here! Chewy malt, with a little toffee biscuit sweetness, meets a hop store used without restraint.
This is bloody gorgeous.
Just a big juddering, knee-trembling beergasm! The best bottle so far this year. Thus began my love affair with the music of Bill Nelson. Eventually, over a number of retrospective purchases, I acquired his entire oeuvre to that point.
The man can play guitar. He made a guitar sound like seagulls, trains, space ships. His playing entranced me. There is a wedding cake showroom, chocoholics dream shop, as well as dining room. There is also availability to try your hand at chocolate making in the Slattery School of Excellence. Housing a spacious bar and canal-side restaurant as well as the auditorium, this hugely popular venue showcases some of the best comedic talent from around the world.
With a handful of great bars also surrounding the area, Deansgate Locks is a buzzing venue to spend the evening eating, drinking and dancing until the early hours. Bowl your friends over With late-openings at many bowling lanes located in the heart of the city such as All Star Lanes and Dog Bowlthese truly entertaining venues also come equipped with a fully licensed bar and restaurant to help or hinder your bowling performance.
Party in an old publishing house Once the largest newspaper printing house in Europe, the aptly named Printworks is now a buzzing entertainment complex located in the heart of Manchester.
Grab your An coat and check out Cutting Room Square Ancoats is fast becoming the new place to eat, drink and relax. Set just on the edge of town, backing onto the Northern Quarter, this once industrial destination is now a hotspot for all things food and drink.
From Seven Bro7hers beerhouse which was born off the back of the brewery of the same name and ownership and is actually owned by seven brothers! A firm favourite is The Factory — based in the old Factory Records offices, this place is iconic. Fifth Avenue and 42s are also common stomping grounds for students, with cheap drinks and late night openings.
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Ensuring the goods are unique, original and designed to inspire, the makers source, grow, rear, bake, make, and create the products they sell. Check out our top 5 Greater Manchester Markets Shop for everything at Manchester Arndale With over stylish stores to explore, Manchester Arndale is your city-centre hub for everything from technology to health and beauty.
With a fantastic calendar of events including magical Christmas treats and student socials, the Manchester Arndale is certainly worth a visit!
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The Avenue in Spinningfields showcases some of the best international fashion collections, including Armani, Paul Smith and Oliver Sweeney. Levenshulme Market Levenshulme Market is a community-run social-enterprise market that operates every Saturday, with an eclectic mix of artisan crafts and fresh local produce. Barton Arcade Barton Arcade is a gorgeous example of Victorian iron and glass architecture.
Altrincham Market Altrincham Market is a popular award-winning market based south of the city centre. Open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the market encompasses local produce, antiques, farmers and flowers, food, and craft, and has a new market square open with regular food pods. Bury Market Located in the heart of Bury town centre, the Bury Market attracts locals and visitors alike. Packed with numerous independent traders selling everything from fashion and footwear to books and electrical goods, the market is also the place to go for the famous Bury Black Pudding.
Head to the UK's leading family entertainment arena With the tallest standing indoor slide in Europe, as well as a full indoor laser tag arena, go-kart track and exhilarating zip wire - Play Factore is an extremely popular local attraction and guaranteed thumbs up day out for the kids.
Explore the picturesque town of Bury via the power of steam East Lancs Railway is a star attraction for families, with tonnes of themed events ranging from Thomas the Tank Engine to Pirates and Princess Adventures. Combine this with the excitement of boarding a steam train and you have yourselves a day out the kids will never forget. Experience the UKs longest indoor ski slope Perfect for rainy days or even to escape the hot sunny daysChill Factore is a large indoor winter paradise for snow lovers.
Be inspired Bolton Central Library and Museum offer a wide range of activities including trails, themed weeks and talks, with special events at weekends. You can visit the popular on-site aquarium featuring freshwater fish from all over the world and learn anything from Egyptian mummies to local history and wildlife at the museum.
Best of all, it's free entry! The tour lasts about an hour and a half, suiting ages 6 to 11 years - don't forget your camera too as there will be loads of photo opportunities. Explore acres of Parkland Tatton Park is an idyllic place for a family day out, with 4 attractions to enjoy!
You could pay a visit to the animals at the farm, hire bikes to explore the parklands, discover the fascinating mansion or pack a picnic and let the kids go wild on the Adventure Playground. Visit a working farm! Set on 70 acres of rolling countryside is the family run Smithills Open Farm.
Meet and learn about animals such as goats, cows, pigs and sheep to reptiles and more unusual species like Burmese pythons. Out in the grounds enjoy a tractor and trailer ride, a donkey ride or watch the cows being milked! If your children still have some energy left over then the bouncy castle, assault course, adventure playground and sand pit should sort that out while you grab a chance to relax with a well-deserved cup of tea!
Meet 15, animals, in acres of award-winning zoological gardens Chester Zoo is an incredible place for a family day out, packed with interesting seasonal events for inquisitive minds. Hold a crab or touch a starfish at their interactive Rock Pool experience and observe creatures including sharks, seahorses, octopus, jellyfish and rays. End your visit by letting them run off the excitement with a session in their popular soft play area, and if that's not enough, Legoland is just next door!
If being spooked is your thing then make sure you join one of their ghost tours! Do nothing, or do it all at Haigh Woodland Park Discover a magical place for all the family! For the more adventurous there are various activities; fly through the treetops on a high ropes adventure, enjoy a game of crazy golf or simply have a play on the free adventure playground.
Check out our top 7 family friendly countryside walks Their maize maze, planted to a different design each year, is open in July and there are lots of extra activities including a barrel train, climbing wall, inflatable slide and bouncy castles, trampolines, straw mountain and laser quest for the summer.
Keep your eye out for seasonal activities! If you fancy another amble around Oldham, check out our top 5 walks in Oldham A forest of feasts for the fearless at Tree Top Trek You can now get to enjoy the sights and thrills previously reserved for squirrels and bats as you take on 35 exciting obstacle challenges at a jaw-dropping height of 15 metres!
Pit your wits in the tree top canopy along balance bars, swinging logs and rope bridges, not to mention 24 zip wires! Go Ape at Go Ape Set amongst the rugged hills and bustling wildlife of Lever Park, Rivington, Go Ape challenges you to take on a trek through the woods with a difference! Take a dip in the Quays Take to the water in style by choosing from a wide range of wet and wild activities at the Helly Hanson Watersport Centresituated on Salford Quays.
You can even take the plunge and swim in the open water of the quays. Climb up high Fully kitted out with a 20 metre lead wall and 75 climbing lines of all shapes and sizes, Manchester Climbing Centre isn't for the feint-hearted. Whether you're a lifelong climber, or it's your first time, there's the opportunity to try it all.