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A new hub on King St for lovers of craft beer and live music, Mash Tun is the newest addition to Manchester’s ever-growing craft beer and live music scene.
Mash Tun is the brainchild of Adam Regan, Scott Martin and head chef Nick Moore who between them have a wealth of experience in hospitality – including the kitchens of Michelin Star restaurants. Among their many talents they make their own Fundamentum bread and brew their own beer.
They believe that with Mash Tun they’ve got a truly unique offering for Manchester – a laid back vibe, great food and great beer and music until 4am on weekend nights.
As for the menu? As you might expect, it’s the £12.50 sausage and mash section that catches the eye.
You get to choose from 10 different sausages (including smoked beef brisket, chicken and cumin, pork and marmalade and roasted mushroom), 10 different kinds of mash (think three cheese, roast garlic and salsa verde and crushed sweet potato and walnut) and then add one of the 10 different gravies (including beef and red wine, redcurrant port and sage, short rib and stout).
There’s also an early menu served from 10am to 5pm including sandwiches, small plates and salads. The late menu (from 5pm to 10pm) will include bigger plates and steaks off the Inka grill.
For anyone heading along to watch live music on gig nights Thursday, Friday and Saturday, they will be giving away FREE hotdogs to have with your beers from 8pm to late!