23 Sep 2021 - 03 Oct 2021
Various locations across Stockport
Everyone has been hit hard in some way by the pandemic and this is certainly the case for pubs, hospitality venues and breweries. So Stockport Beer Week is back for 2021 to encourage people to give them some support.
In conjunction with National Cask Ale Week, this celebration of beer and pubs runs from 23rd September to 3rd October and is being organised by volunteers from the Stockport & South Manchester Branch of CAMRA.
Some events are face to face, including a beer and food matching event with renowned beer sommelier Annabel Smith, a meet the brewer event with Thirst Class Brewery from Reddish and the popular pub cellar tours return. If you would rather do things independently, there is a cask beer Ale Trail and a Mystery Pub competition with beery prizes. Themed and local beers are also featured in some pubs with both Stockport Brewing and Thirst Class Ales brewing special beers for the occasion.
Organiser Chris Walkden said:
“After starting our Beer Week seven years ago, it has developed into a well-respected event in the town centre and as a showpiece for Stockport’s pubs and breweries. Many sponsors and partners now support the Beer Week to provide facilities, events and prizes.
“We all know the social and mental health benefits of going to the pub, so the Beer Week is designed to help people get back there safely. This could be either at face to face get-togethers or in their own time. There are plenty of events to choose from, so please support them if you can. If we don’t use our excellent pubs, we will lose them.”
Further details of events throughout the week can be found
Total visits this period:
Busiest time of the day:
12.00 - 13.00
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(Provided by Sept 2021 research)