Thorny Devil craft beer: Craft Revolution

Thorny Devil craft beer: Craft Revolution

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Stockport-based High Peak Beer and Didsbury’s The Ale Man are both setting up shop in the area in the run-up to Christmas

New Craft Beer revolution is coming!

The craft beer revolution is coming to Heaton Moor with not one but two new specialist ale bars set to open before Christmas.

Stockport-based High Peak Beer is opening a bottle shop and bar in Shaw Road next month while Didsbury wholesaler The Ale Man will launch a similar venture nearby soon.

Both businesses are already popular with locals, having been familiar fixtures at the monthly Heaton Moor Market in Shaw Road.

Corin Bland, of High Peak, which also has a stall at Stockport Market, said: “We have customers who already come here from Heaton Moor and it’s got quite a vibrant scene already so it seemed like the natural choice.”

Like the Stockport Market stall, which is staying put, the new shop will stock around 260 bottled beers from breweries all over the world.

Corin, 45, who lives in nearby Reddish, said: “We’ve got one made with squid ink at the moment and another with star anise that tastes like apple pie.

“The sheer range of flavours and tastes is phenomenal. There’s never been a better time to be a beer drinker.”

Customers, who will be able to drink in or take away, will also have up to six different draught beers to choose from.

Corin also plans to hold tutored beer tasting sessions, meet the brewer masterclasses and food pairing nights, supporting neighbouring businesses such as Pokusevski’s deli and the Kushoom Koly curry house.

The Ale Man – real name Damian O’Shea – will have a similar offering at his new shop, the location of which has yet to be announced.

It will serve cask ale and a vast array of bottled beers, as well as produce from fellow market traders.

The area is already served by The Beer Shop, in nearby Heaton Mersey’s Kingsleigh Road.

But Corin, whose business is about to undergo a major rebrand ahead of the opening, said a little friendly competition would be good for everyone.

He said: “As far as I’m concerned it will be beneficial to have these places close to each other – it will make Heaton Moor a destination.”

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