Upcoming Events

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

Bottle Club Rare Mags St Mars of the Desert
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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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Rare Mags Bimonthly Pop-Up

2nd Sunday every two months Free Entry From 5PM-9PM Café Beermoth | Brown Street 0161 835 2049 Twitter Instagram

Rare Mags of Stockport are holding a stall at Café Beermoth on the first Thursday of every second month where they will be selling hand-selected magazines, books and prints from their collection.

Expect rare, hard to get hold of products, limited releases and more.

Confirmed Dates:

June 6th | August 1st | October 3rd | December 5th

From 5pm-9pm.


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St Mars of the Desert Tap Showcase

11th May Free Entry From 5PM Café Beermoth | Brown Street 0161 835 2049 Twitter Instagram

Café Beermoth is excited to be hosting Sheffield's St Mars of the Desert brewery for a showcase of their beers on Saturday 11th May from 5PM.

As well as the beers being poured the brewers will be in attendance to talk about their beers and their approach to creating beer.

From the brewery:

"All of our beers are brewed by us, Martha & Dann in a 1,000 litre infusion brewhouse manufactured by Moeschle UK. We have a gas fired kettle and a koelschip that we’re using primarily for “koel-hopping” at the moment and general cooling, though one day soon we hope to begin inoculating fresh wort using it… so stay tuned for that. Our 2,000 litre fermentation vessels are rated to 3 bar and are equipped with Handtmann “spunding” valves which enable us to carbonate our beers using the CO2 produced during primary fermentation – this locks in precious volatile characteristics and achieves a creamy body in the final product. We have recently added a 1,200 litre reconditioned oak foeder to ferment and age beers."