Manchester’s Bierkeller Entertainment Complex has partnered with Yorkshire-based brewery Beer Monkey Brew Co. to offer a tasty new selection of beers in time for this summer’s World Cup.
Bierkeller was keen to add something unique to its offering in time for the World Cup in Russia, which kicked off on 14th June.
Beer Monkey Brewery, based in Skipton, brews a range of beers that include Bitter Revival English Bitter, Blonde Rogue Blonde Ale, Uncle Monks IPA and Evolution Pilsner. The brewery was founded in 2017 with the mission of providing niche, specialist ales that catered to the public’s demand for beers brewed with the utmost skill and attention to detail.
Unique to the brewery, all of its beers originate from its very own borehole water source, using state-of-the-art equipment to ensure a unique and tasty beer.
“Beer Monkey Brew Co. has a fantastic range of beers that cater to a range of tastes – and that’s what was important to us when we agreed to this partnership,” said Isaac Mayne, head of marketing and promotions at Bierkeller.
“Whether you’re a fan of lager, ale or bitter, this new range ticks a lot of boxes and is a must-try for beer lovers. We’re also excited to be hosting an exclusive World Cup beer, Three Monkeys, made especially for Bierkeller to celebrate this summer’s tournament!”
Visitors to Bierkeller, which consists of the Bavarian-themed Bierkeller, Around the World Bar and Shooters Sports bar, can enjoy a pint of Three Monkeys for just £2.50 throughout every game of the tournament.
Customers can watch all the action from the World Cup live on 20+ HD flat screen TVs as well as HD LED TV walls.
There’s also a range of special events taking place throughout the tournament including appearances from Bell and Spurling and Guinness World Record holder and football freestyler John Farnworth, as well as live DJs and singalongs and a comprehensive food and drink menu with a distinctly global appeal.
Those keen to guarantee the best seats in the house for this summer’s World Cup are advised to book in advance to avoid disappointment. A range of packages are available at each venue, guaranteeing a great discount on food and drink for every match.
Booking in advance also ensures table service so that fans can watch every pass, goal and dodgy decision without queueing at the bar.