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The Vine Inn, Manchester - pub details

Vine Inn
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Address: 42-46 Kennedy Street, City Centre, Manchester, M2 4BQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6387) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Manchester Oxford Road (0.4 miles), Deansgate (0.5 miles), Manchester Victoria (0.6 miles)

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Saturday afternoon visit to Manchester with the wife over Easter. Several pubs I wanted to tick but with the rain lashing down we got to the Vine Inn and stayed there for a couple.

The pub dates from the mid 19th century and has a fairly tired 1980s style interior. Apparently its on the site of Manchester's oldest brothel!

We stayed in the main bar area where there's 2 ales on draught and several European lagers. My pints of Cooper Dragon's Golden Pippen @ 3.9% were well kept and poured. In the Malt & Cask cellar bar there's a further 6 ales on and a couple of ciders.

Half full with punters, music playing from the juke box, TVs on silent, clientele is mixed with a few small groups of lads and lasses and several couples.

Decent enough city centre pub and a tick from the 2016 GBG.
lezford - 12 Apr 2016 14:00
Ok but characterless pub. Dull choice of ales. It's clean and comfortable, but not really worth a vsit.
berniestaples - 26 Apr 2015 13:11
My first visit to The Vine and I was very impressed. Very busy with people taking a break from Xmas shopping. Spread over 3 floors with 2 bars, there was a good choice of real ales and my Guinness was particularly good.
TREFONEN - 7 Dec 2014 14:56
This weekend saw my first visit to The Vine Inn since the opening of its Malt & Cask Cellar Bar. This has made a real difference to the place and makes it well worth a visit. Previously the ale selection in the bar has been a bit limited with just a couple of "safe" real ales available. Now downstairs in the converted cellar there are 8 hand pumps, all of which were available, and apart from Black Sheep and Greene King IPA, the remainder were all something a bit different.

As the name suggests it is also geared up for whiskey drinkers, with a vast range of malts and blends available, complete with little menu cards on the tables.

I didn't venture into the main bar on this trip, so can't comment on what is available up there these days, but I'd definitely recommend a visit to the cellar bar.
RealAleRobUK - 9 Jun 2014 15:26
Disappointing. Outstanding looking exterior. Inside just a normal, dull pub. Limited range of beers. Might be better early evening when the downstairs is opened up.
Beer_in_the_morning - 24 Oct 2013 13:44

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