Sherrington’s Bar opens to the public

After a soft-opening the night before, Sherrington’s Bar on Kenyon Road in Wigan was scheduled to open it’s doors to the public at 5pm on Friday, September 28th. However, due to the exceptional good weather, they opened earlier than planned (at 11.30am) so that customers could take advantage of the outdoor terrace. This fabulous new…
Source: Wigan Branch News

Boathouse in Appley Bridge closing down

The Boathouse Pub and Kitchen, in Appley Bridge, will pour its last pints and serve its last plates this Sunday, September 30, after brothers Jonathan and Grant Ainsworth made the tough decision to say goodbye to the borough after four successful years. The twins opened the canal-side venue in 2014, taking over the former Water’s…
Source: Wigan Branch News

Cherry Gardens becomes free of tie

From next week, the Cherry Gardens on Wigan Lane becomes free of tie on cask ales. Subsequently, they will be reviewing their prices and are anticipating a price drop of around 30-40p a pint bring their prices down to the £2.60-£2.90 region. Some welcome news for beer drinkers. The Cherry Gardens are keen to hear…
Source: Wigan Branch News

Real Ale Revolution sets opening date

The opening date of the much anticipated Real Ale Revolution Bar in Winstanley has been set as Thursday 25 October at 12pm. The bar will have 10 keg beers, 8 cask ales, 8 real ciders lots of world bottle beers, alcohol free drinks and quality shorts. The bar has disabled toilets, Sky sports, BT sports…
Source: Wigan Branch News

Sherrington’s Bar blocked by lack of wi-fi

A lack of software is delaying the opening of a former hardware store. The eagerly awaiting opening of Sherrington’s Bar on Kenyon Road in Wigan has been delayed by the lack of wi-fi which is required to operate the till.Once open, the bar will be offering up to 6 cask ales and 10 taps for craft beers. The initial beer…
Source: Wigan Branch News

Bolton microbars burgled on same night

The Nook and Cranny in Bromley Cross and Bunburys on Chorley Old Road in Bolton were targetted by the same burglars on the same night (14th September). Despite the obvious distress and devastation, both bars to their credit managed to re-open the following day. Although you can’t tell from the photograph, one of the burglars was…
Source: Wigan CAMRA News

New lease of life for Preston pub

The Hearts of Oak pub on Adelphi Street in Preston, in the shadow of the university, has been given a new lease of life. It’s been re-branded as the Vinyl Tap, which becomes a cafe bar and record store. It will have an independent cask ale offering six cask ale pumps and one craft beer…
Source: Wigan CAMRA News

GIbberish brewpub reduces opening hours

Gibberish brewpub on Caryl Street in Liverpool announced, via twitter, that it will be closing as a regular bar and devoting itself only to monthly beer events. Expect 12 new beers each month for a Thursday-Sunday mini fest, starting 27-30 September. The boutique brewpub was opened in December 2017 by Gaz Matthews, co-founder of Mad Hatter…
Source: Wigan CAMRA News