Food and Drink in Manchester

Food And Drink In Manchester

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Food And Drink In Manchester - Beer and Breweries
... Manchester is also famous for its beer, despite the closure of the Boddingtons brewery in 2005 ... Another Manchester brewer is Joseph Holt, whose Derby Brewery in Cheetham is just city ... Breweries in the cities of Manchester and Salford which closed within the last twenty years include Wilson's, whose Newton Heath brewery closed in the late 1980s, and Whitbread/Chester's in Salford ...

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