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Relaxed and family friendly, the Fiveways is a fantastic food orientated pub in Hazel Grove, Stockport. This spacious pub is modern and well-decorated with plenty of dining room, plus comfortable areas if you’re just looking for a drink.
You can make the most of a pub quiz every Wednesday and live music every other Friday at the Fiveways. There's also a pool table to make the most of. The pub caters for all functions and group bookings.View Pub
Located next to Cheadle Hulme train station, Platform 5 is a trendy, food-serving Holts pub in the heart of the town centre. With plenty of floor space, there’s room for dining and drinking with several distinct areas focussed around the large central bar. There’s also modern, multi-level beer garden looking on to the station.
Platform 5 serves a wide-range of excellent food seven days a week, plus a great choice of hand-made pizzas freshly baked in our pizza oven which can also be taken away. On the bar there are five cask ale handpumps, as well as award-winning keg beers, lagers, bottled beer and a delicious gin and rum menu. Equipped with Sky and BT Sports, Platform 5 is a great place to watch live football and other major sporting events throughout the week.View Pub
Derby Brewery Arms
The DBA is an open plan pub just a 10-minute walk from Manchester Victoria train station. Almost next door to the brewery, there’s no doubt that you’ll get a very well-kept, well-priced beer in a friendly pub atmosphere. Being so close to the brewery there’s also plenty of memorabilia around the pub recognising its heritage.
The Derby Brewery Arms consists of three main rooms with plenty of large TVs equipped with Sky Sports and BT. There’s a pool room and dartboard, plus conference room and function facilities with option for a buffet.View Pub
The Sidings is a cosy and friendly pub in Levenshulme, just outside Manchester. As soon as you walk in you feel as if you have walked into someone’s home. The plush red seating in the vault and snug give it a club feel.
A large pool table and darts area take precedence in the main lounge area with TV screens featured throughout the pub to watch all live sports on Sky and BT. Live entertainment and karaoke are a staple feature every weekend in the Sidings and at the monthly tribute acts are fantastic.View Pub
Perfectly placed in Knutsford town centre, the Angel is a fantastic, dog-friendly pub with great beers, delicious food and en-suite accommodation. Just a couple of miles from the historic Tatton Park estate, the Angel is a spacious, open-plan pub with a number of separate dining areas, cosy armchairs and real fires.
There’s a great selection of food at the Angel with the menu catering for vegans and vegetarians, as well as offering pub classics, burgers and lighter bites. Upstairs the Angel has eight beautifully presented en-suite rooms for a relaxing overnight stay ranging from premium super king to twin rooms.View Pub
Recently done up, the Eagle Inn is a hidden gem of a pub located close to Victoria Station and a five-minute walk from Manchester Cathedral. This Grade II listed building contains a number of small snug rooms and central bar with detailed wood panelling and traditional tiling.
This great pub has been recognised as a top music location with regular weekly shows and performances from upcoming talents in the 80-capacity adjoining events space equipped with stage and light rig. Alongside the full music calendar is comedy, spoken work and theatre. The main pub area has a working jukebox packed with classic albums and Manchester heritage.View Pub
The Edington Arms is a warm and welcoming real ale pub in Hindley, near Wigan. It’s a real gem for those seeking a traditional pub to relax and socialise with friends and family. To the front of the pub, also known as the ‘Top Ale House’, is a cosy lounge, with a games room to the back that has a great view of the superb beer garden.
There's a good entertainment offering with live music every Friday, a midweek quiz and live Sky and BT sports showing on the three big screens. There’s also a pool table and dartboard.View Pub
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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 1840’s.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
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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