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Temperance Street Brewery & Taproom

75 North Western Street
M12 6DY
Real AleFamily FriendlyGardenDisabled AccessCiderParkingSmokingDog FriendlyWiFiMember Discount Scheme
This pub is long-term closed.
Regular beers: Temperance Street Brewery --seasonal--, Temperance Street Brewery --varies--

See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.

Closed 24/9/2023 as business no longer viable; future uncertain. On 20/9/2023 they announced complete closure of the business, brewery, and tap room would happen on 24/9/2023. See the statement on their Facebook page. Became Temperance Street Brewery & Taproom following the sale and takeover of former Beer Nouveau premises. It reopened on 31/12/2022. Their primary purpose is, of course, to make beer, but it is also open as a taproom, where people can drink beer and cider that has been brewed or made on-site. History: In the Beer Nouveau days, as the name suggested, this was the brewery tap set inside the brewery itself, where drinkers would be served beers where they were brewed by brewer, Steve Dunkley. Situated in a railway arch near Piccadilly Station, in an area that has proven popular with the brewing community. The furniture and bar were made from reclaimed pallets, while all glasses are donated from customers collections from beer festivals around the British Isles. From late 2019 the premises was also home to Origami Brewery, and a "community brew space" called Temperance Street Brewery. The latter offered Brew Day Experiences and Vouchers to let keen tyros have a go.