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Pie and Ale, Manchester - pub details

Address: Unit 1 and 2 The Hive, Lever Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester, Manchester, M1 1FN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 44478) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Manchester Victoria (0.5 miles), Manchester Piccadilly (0.5 miles), Manchester Oxford Road (0.8 miles)

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With many pubs in Manchester closed on New Year's Day, we ended up in a rather poor bar called the Crafty Pig. But then we found the Pie & Ale open. It was doing a busy trade of both food and drink. Whilst they have stopped selling a real cider, they still have a good ale range - Black Edge Black & Cascade, Rooster's Wild Mule, Cwrw Ial Call Em As Icy Em, Pig & Porter Lilac Time & Great Heck Trafalgar. Bar staff were cheery and the mince pies were complimentary. Certainly one of the best bars in the Northern Quarter.
blue_scrumpy - 2 Jan 2020 21:06
The Pie & Ale was my last stop before heading to the football. But this was my favourite pub of the day in Manchester. It doesn't look like a pub from the outside and it doesn't feel like one inside. But there is plenty of seating space over 2 floors with a fairly trendy drinking/eating environment. If you turn right as you enter, you'll find a good selection of ales. On Saturday, these were Siren Under Current, Hawkshead Cumbrian 5 Hop, Black Jack American Amber & Gold Coast Pale Specials & Thirst Class Porter In A Storm. The cider was Hogans Wild Elder. The number of pumpclips on the walls, suggest they have stocked many decent ales. They presumably sell pies too. Although I didn't see any. They offer a CAMRA discount too. So good, I returned after the game for more.
blue_scrumpy - 18 Oct 2016 21:27
If your not from the area you may just walk past this place,and even then as you enter the premises and look to the left you may think you have gone into the wrong place. The place itself has some different ales on with one named as the bars own priced at £2 pound ish a pint which is basically bombardier. Other beers are from around the world in the fridge and can be quite pricey. Overall I wouldn't go out of my way to go to this place, only if passing.
Caskales - 1 May 2015 16:04

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