Liverpool is the newest venture from the Salford-based seven brothers
It’s been a long time coming, but Seven Bro7hers Brewing Co is finally ready to launch its brand-new beerhouse in Liverpool. The new opening is the fourth beerhouse in the Salford-based Seven Bro7hers growing portfolio.
We are very proud to show the people of this great city our brand-new space.
Seven Bro7hers was founded in 2014 by McAvoy brothers, Guy, Keith, Luke, Daniel, Nathan, Kit, and Greg, inspired by their dad’s home-brewing in their cellar at home. The brothers currently run successful beerhouses in Middlewood Locks, Salford and Ancoats, in Manchester.
In July 2020 they opened their partnership bar at Manchester Airport's new T2 departure lounge and in May 2021 they opened in the heart of MediaCityUK. The brothers also run a bar and kitchen in Halifax's Square Chapel.
The Liverpool beerhouse will open its Wolstenholme Square doors for a soft opening on 27 May, following more than six months of delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Priding itself on being a North-West business and striving to keep it local, the brothers will be recruiting for chefs, bar staff and managers across the Merseyside area. The beerhouse is also on the hunt for local suppliers for food and drink, calling for local beers, spirits, grocers, butchers, and bakers to get in touch.
Keith McAvoy, CEO of Seven Bro7hers, said, “The Liverpool site has been a long time in the making, but we believe it will be worth the wait!
"We have worked through a series of setbacks following the COVID-19 pandemic, so it feels like a huge achievement for the whole family to open our doors this month.
“We are very proud to show the people of this great city our brand-new space and can’t wait to kick off and be part of the Liverpool buzz.”
Nestled on Parr Street, the bar will host on tap the brewery’s popular family of beers and beer specials, as well as offering a menu of hearty, delicious pub grub. The brothers have commissioned local artist, Jazz Stan, to do a stunning mural in the beerhouse space.
The new Seven Bro7hers venture will be a welcome addition to the independent vibe of Wolstenholme Square, already home to Clockworks, Stonecutters, Patterson’s and PINS Social Club, as well as the famous art installation, Penelope, by Jorge Pardo.
Speaking about Seven Bro7hers’ new home in Wolstenholme Square, Keith added: “We have built the bar from the ground up to make sure it is integral to Seven Bro7hers house style but loyal to its city roots.
“It is important to us to recruit local talent in the city, and we want to work with Merseyside suppliers as we grow into this new neighbourhood. We are passionate about family and can’t wait to bring Liverpool into the fold.”
Punters can grab food and pints seven days a week. The bar will offer indoor and outdoor sitting, with space for bookings and walk-ins from 12pm.
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