Upcoming Events

Tap Takeovers, Tasting Nights, Beer & Food events at Beermoth Cellar & Café Beermoth.

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Torrside Dogs Of War Tasting

Thursday 13th December From 8PM Beermoth | 70 Tib Street 0161 222 4001 Twitter Instagram

To celebrate the launch of Torrsides Dogs Of War series for 2018 we're having a special preview tasting in the Shop.

The ticket covers pours of 3 of the barrel aged Dogs Of War series, as well as a couple of extras that Torrside are bringing down, and a talk from the brewers.

Your ticket also gets you 10% off any 750ml bottles at the Shop, as well as 10% off food and 20% off bottles at Café Beermoth on the day of the event.

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Exhibition Opening: Illustrations by DL Parker

Thursday 13th December 6-9PM Free Entry Cafe Beermoth | Brown Street 0161 835 2049 Twitter Instagram

Exhibition Opening: Illustrations by DL Parker for Backward Thinking Forward by Andy Grzegorski.

Exhibition running through December.


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Café Beermoth Monthly Bottle Tasting

Last Sunday of the Month From 7PM Café Beermoth | Brown Street 0161 835 2049 Twitter Instagram

Our Bottle Bottle Tasting is returning in a new Monthly format. Every last Sunday of the Month from 7PM.

With expert picks from our staff at both the Café and the Shop, expect to try some incredible, rare and delicious beers!

Anyone and everyone welcome, from beginners to experts and anyone wanting to broaded their knowledge of beer.

Your ticket also entitles you to 20% off any other bottles and food on the day, and also 5% off draught beer.

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Het Uiltje Tap Takeover

TBC From 5PM Free Entry Cafe Beermoth | Brown Street 0161 835 2049 Twitter Instagram

We're delighted to be welcoming Het Uiltje back to Café Beermoth for a Tap Takeover in the near future. We'll be bringing some of the latest and craziest beers from the brewery for you to try!

From the brewery -

Our mission is pretty much monomaniacal: to brew f*cking good beer. We call it craft-y beer because the owl's got a sharp, uncompromised tongue and a penchant for mischief.

On a typical day we toy with the familiar – unfiltered lager, silky hefeweizen and puckery American IPA, anyone? – but at night we explore the crafty beer extremes from our medieval watering hole Haarlem (That's Haarlem with two 'a's, the Dutch one, and the namesake of New York's single-'a'ed Harlem).

Really truly, our idea of fun is abusing the rauchbeer-Scotch ale-sour beer-oak-aged Imperial Stout-Barley wine clichés. The first rule of owl school: when using hops think in wheelbarrows and not buckets.

So enjoy us, drink us and by all means hop fans abuse us right back – ideally via our social media channels where we announce our very active new creations.


We will also have street food and music until late.