We have invited some of our favourite breweries to come along to MBCF 2020 with their own bars where you’ll be able to meet the brewers and brewery staff while selecting your favourite drink from an expanded range.
Making great beers since 2012. Based in Manchesters Green Quarter tucked under a railway arch, boasting events and tastings in the beer garden.
Having entered into partnership with Manchester Metropolitan University Union to open the refurbished Salutation, Bollington bring their range of crisp, clear and utterly lush cask and keg beers back to MBCF.
Brewing excellence from Malton, Yorkshire. Pale, dark, vegan or gluten free, there's something for everyone. We know you like them - you've given them the People's Choice Beer Of The Festival award twice in last three years... Here Kitty, Kitty...
Great tasting, multi award winning beers from Radcliffe in Gr Manchester, including beers from their Wildside Collection
A long-time supporter of the festival, the Salford brewer has doubled capacity in recent years to keep pace with demand for their quality ales and lagers.
Born from a passion for brewing and an uncompromising approach to flavours RedWillow beers have become a common sight on bars across the region.
Over a quarter of a century since being established, Rooster’s remains an independent, family-owned and operated brewery and is still winning gold medals on the international stage, as well as closer to home
Located stones-throw from Victoria railway station and Manchester Arena this KeyKeg specialist open their brew tap every Saturday, also offering brewery tours and tastings.
After a successful home-brewing career, brewer Richard Conway launched his first commercial brew at MBCF in 2015. The Stockport based brewery are now firm favourites of drinkers across the city and a favourite of MBCF visitors.
The multi-award winning Derbyshire brewery Thornbridge return to MBCF, showcasing their passion, innovation and knowledge of excellent beer.
Award winning brewery from Newport, South Wales and the only Welsh brewery to win Champion Beer of Britain, with Cwtch in 2015. Winner of the 2018 MBCF Beer of the Festival with the now legendary Peaches & Cream on cask!