There’s nothing better than a good pint and a packet of crisps. Maybe I need to assess my life choices but it’s far more likely that I’m correct and that you’ll want to check out the best breweries in Liverpool to test out this theory. As the aroma of that liquid magic fills the air (no sticky carpets in these gaffs) you can savour the flavour of these delicious drinks and try something new while you’re at it.
The Ship & Mitre, one of the oldest pubs in the city, boasts an impressive assortment of ales, beers, and lagers. This pub is an absolute haven for beer enthusiasts. The knowledgeable and friendly staff are always on hand to provide valuable recommendations tailored to your preferences and the food menu is on point too!
📍133 Dale St, Liverpool, L2 2JH, United Kingdom
BrewDog Liverpool is a chain. There’s no denying that but it’s bloody fantastic regardless. You are probably already familiar with Brewdog beers and there they have the lot of them alongside some delicious food. This place welcomes dogs too so bring along your dog and enjoy a pint.
📍Manolis Yard, 8 Colquitt St, Liverpool L1 4DE, United Kingdom
The Dead Crafty Beer Company is a craft beer aficionado’s paradise. This tasty brewery boasts a remarkable array of beers. From zesty IPAs and tangy sours to robust stouts and fruity concoctions, there’s something for everyone. The staff are fantastic too and they’ll guide you through the menu.
📍92 Dale St, Liverpool, L2 5TF, United Kingdom
Love Lane Brewery, Bar and Kitchen offers an impressive selection of brews that are sure to satisfy. From hoppy IPAs to smooth stouts, there’s something for everyone. One standout is the Love Lane Pale Ale, a refreshing brew with hints of zesty citrus and a satisfyingly crisp finish. Another must-try is their Baltic Stout, a fantastic beer that’s super rich and will certainly leave you feeling a bit jolly.
📍62 Bridgewater St, Liverpool, L1 0AY, United Kingdom
Sometimes, a simple pint just won’t do (not that often, to be fair) but honestly, at these places, you can order your usual alongside something a bit fancy. Try one of those zesty pale ales in the summer and you won’t regret it. In the winter, stout is the way to go. After all, it’s basically a meal. Liverpool’s breweries are on hand to pour you a pint or a half of whatever your heart desires.