An existing The Head of Steam pub
Camerons Brewery has announced it will open a new The Head of Steam pub in Didsbury early next year.
This will be the 12th The Head of Steam pub operated by Camerons brewery, who acquired the brand in 2014.
The former Sanctuary venue, which has been closed for four years, will be the home of the new pub, and the brewery will start work on it December this year.
The Head of Steam will have 19 keg lines, with a selection of rotating craft beers, cask ale lines and a selection of premium cocktails, spirits and soft drinks.
The food offering will include British pub classics with a focus on fresh, local ingredients.
Chris Soley, chief executive at Camerons Brewery, said: “We have been looking at a number of venues across the North West and we identified the Manchester area as one of the key places we wanted to open a new site in.
“Didsbury is a very popular town and we feel our The Head of Steam venue will be another excellent addition to the fantastic range of bars and restaurants in the area.
“We are currently viewing a number of other potential sites across the UK as we look to continue our expansion of our retail pub estate.”.
The news follows the North East brewers latest opening of their The Head of Steam Liverpool venue on Hanover Street on the 21st September plus the recent refurbishments at the Brewery Tap, Leeds and Eagle & Child, York.
The new pub is due to open in February 2018.