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Like all BrewDog bars, their 2 floor Manchester bar on Peter Street features their characteristic ‘industrial’ interior with a brick bar and exposed brick walls.

The funky interior of The Font, a pub/music venue near Oxford Road station in Manchester city centre.

A third of beer (possibly Bitches Brewing) at the excellent Independent Manchester Beer Convention held on October 5th and 6th, 2012.

Mr Thomas's Chop House is Manchester pub that dates back to 1867. The fabulous Victorian interior is one of the best in the city. There are two small bars at the front of the pub and a Chop House at the rear that is decorated with a larger amount of glazed jade green and brown tiles.

The beer cage at the rear of 57 Thomas Street where all the best bottled beers are stored.

57 Thomas Street is a small bar located in the Northern Quarter in Manchester. It's owned by the Marble Brewery and features a few ales served directly from casks in stillages on the bar as well as a good selection of foreign bottled beers.

This fabulous grade II listed pub is operated by the Marble Brewery and was built in 1888. It has a high glazed ceiling, ceramic walls and a mosaic floor. As well as serving 10+ ales, many brewed on-site, they also sell excellent cheese plates.

A fantastic cheese plate from the Marble Arch Inn, Manchester. You can choose from around 20 different cheeses and it comes complete with a your own mini loaf of bread.

You can always recognise a Wychwood Brewery pump clip. This pump clip for a Ginger Beard ginger beer was spotted in Manchester, England.