Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Craft Ale Pub Raises the Volunteering Bar ; NORTHERN QUARTER PARTNERSHIP SET TO OPEN THE PILCROW IN NEW URBAN NEIGHBOURHOOD NOMA

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Craft Ale Pub Raises the Volunteering Bar ; NORTHERN QUARTER PARTNERSHIP SET TO OPEN THE PILCROW IN NEW URBAN NEIGHBOURHOOD NOMA

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A NEW craft beer pub built almost entirely by volunteers will open its doors in Manchester's NOMA neighbourhood next month. The Pilcrow, which is taking shape in new public square Sadler's Yard, will be operated by All Our Yesterdays, a new partnership between the owner of Northern Quarter bars Common and Port Street Beer House, Jonathan Heyes, and the co-founder of craft brewery Cloudwater, Paul Jones.

Drinkers can look forward to a rotating selection of seasonal Cloudwater beers, alongside a house brew made in a barrel assembled by volunteers at the White Rose Cooperage in Wetherby, West Yorkshire. From the beer pumps to the tiles that will decorate the bar, everything inside the building has been handmade by members of the public using traditional crafts methods taught by local artists, designers and makers in a series of free workshops throughout this year. …

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