Uniting Communities Through Beer Since 1849What we're are all about
Where's your local pub?
The Legh Arms is a popular and friendly pub on the outskirts of Sale town centre. Inside the pub is spacious and up-to-date while retaining a number of original features and touches. There’s plenty of space for eating and drinking as well as relaxing in the beer garden just next to the bowling green.View Pub
Located in the historic part of Bury town centre, the Wyldes is a welcoming and cosy pub serving a specialist pizza menu. It’s within easy walking distance to the tram and bus stations and across the road from the Met Theatre. Inside the pub spans over three floors where it has a contemporary style bar area, open-plan lounge and dining area.View Pub
New Grove Inn
The New Grove Inn is lovely traditional pub with a great, friendly atmosphere. On Bury New Road in Whitefield, the New Grove pub has a cosy feeling and fantastic central timber bar with etched glass that serves the lounge and vault.View Pub
Ye Golden Lion
Ye Golden Lion situated on Old Market Street in Blackley Village is described as the ‘hub of the community’ in the Good Beer Guide and has been previously been awarded CAMRA status in their guide for several years.View Pub
Situated on the outskirts of Ormskirk town centre, the Hayfield is a beautiful, country pub with everything you could possible want – brilliant beers, fine food, a great atmosphere and a superb setting. Inside this characterful pub, you’ll find plenty of dinning areas, snugs and open fires.View Pub
The Brigadier is a cracking community pub in Sale with a friendly atmosphere and very well-priced pint. The pub has a real community feel with darts, a pool table and great entertainment at the weekend.View Pub
What do you fancy?
Good times are had down the pub!
Pub Classics & Fresh Dishes
It’s time to head down to one of our fantastic food houses to discover how pub food should be done! Fresh, contemporary, home-made pizzas - you can enjoy all with friends and family.
We're proud to produce a range of British classics with a Joseph Holt Twist. We believe great food should be paired with great beer, and that's exactly what we do at the Joseph Holt kitchen.
Where We Call Home
Our Manchester Brewery 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 Victorian brewery means we never lose sight of what’s important. We have remained faithful to the brewing traditions established by Joseph Holt back in the 1840s.
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.
5-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 brewery locations, Joseph Holt, the son of a weaver, and his ever-supportive wife, Catherine, moved their fledging brewery to Empire Street in 1860. This is the very same spot where we stand and brew today.