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Where's your local?
Crown & Anchor
Located next door to Manchester Cathedral, the Crown & Anchor is a city centre Manchester pub known for its real ales, great pub food and live sports. Retaining traditional stone clad features on the outside, inside you’ll find a modern pub, large bar area and plenty of seating to enjoy a meal. Currently serving fantastic stonebaked pizzas fresh from the oven.View Pub
The Chapel House is a great pub in Denton full of atmosphere and lovely, historic features. The bar is built from beautiful carved wood and stained glass with impressive tiling running throughout and outlining the traditional fireplace. To the back is a good-sized beer garden. At the bar you’ll find a choice of well-kept cask ales, three award-winning lagers and other beers, as well as a good choice of spirits.View Pub
The Fairways Inn is a welcoming, family friendly pub in New Moston serving superb food and great beers. Inside the pub has an open-plan, spacious feel to it with seating options depending if you’re eating, just drinking or watching the sport. To the front of the pub is a beer garden and seating area with overhead canopies.View Pub
Marsh Mill Tavern
The Marsh Mill Tavern is situated in the picturesque craft village of Marsh Mill in Thornton-Cleveleys. The Tavern offers a warm and homely atmosphere paired with a fantastic selection of food, beers, ales and homemade desserts. At the front of the pub there’s a large beer garden under the lovely backdrop of a grade II listed windmill. A fantastic range of pub food is available seven days a week plus an assisted carvery to enjoy.View Pub
Sir Charles Napier
The Sir Charles Napier is a friendly pub in the centre of Golborne, Warrington. Located around 1 mile from the prestigious Haydock Park Racecourse, the pub serves a wide range of Joseph Holt award winning ales and lagers as well as a good selection of wines and spirits. It is an ideal location to watch the match and live sports on the multiple screens dotted around the pub.View Pub
Coach & Horses
Dating back to the 1830s, the Coach and Horses is a historic pub serving Whitefield and the surrounding community. This friendly and welcoming pub is quaint and cosy with plenty of rustic charm and a good atmosphere. You’ll find well-priced and well-kept pint of real ale and lager, plus an excellent choice of bottled beers. Your dogs are more than welcome here too!View Pub
The Ostrich is a great little pub in Prestwich on Bury New Road. Located just over the road from Heaton Park and formally an old coach house, the Ostrich has a friendly, relaxed atmosphere with a cosy three-roomed interior and large beer garden with seating.View Pub
What do you fancy?
Good times are had down the pub!
All The Pub Classics
It’s time to head to the pub and discover our world of food. We are proud to produce a range of British classics with a Joseph Holt Twist, plus fresh, contemporary dishes and pizzas straight from the stone oven for you to enjoy with friends and family.
Great beer should be paired with great food, and that's exactly what we do at the Joseph Holt kitchen.
Where We Call Home
Our Brewery, at the bottom of Cheetham Hill Road, Manchester has been home to Joseph Holt since 1860. Over the years, it has evolved and grown to become the modern Brewery it is today. Still being housed at the original Brewery means we never lose sight of what’s important and we have remained faithful to the brewing traditions established by Joseph Holt back in the 1840s.Read Our Story
Who We Support
Since 1849 charity has been part of our family history, our legacy and our commitment to our communities. As an independent, regional family brewer, Joseph Holt places community at the heart of our charity activities. It forms part of our values, it runs throughout our company and it is instilled in the principles of our people who work for us.Read More
Four time Gold Medal Winners at the International Brewing Awards
Established Since 1849
Our iconic brewery was first established in central Manchester by Joseph Holt in 1849, just as the city was booming its way through the Industrial Revolution. After a successful start at two smaller breweries, Joseph Holt, the son of a weaver, and his ever-supportive wife moved their fledging brewery to Empire Street in 1860, the very same spot where we stand and brew today.Where Our Story Begins