Bundobust Brewery is finally opening this month.
Following huge delays at the hands of the pandemic, Bundobust is finally set to open the doors to its fourth site this month, after finding success in Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool. Announcing the new site in February last year, the venture marks the chain’s first-ever brewery, where guests will be able to enjoy an array of craft beers combined with their signature Indian Street Food dishes.
Located on Oxford Street within the Grade-II listed St James’ building – a former indoor car park and cartway for horse-drawn carts – the taproom and restaurant will serve its first pints on 16th September from 4pm, with 200 free pints up for grabs for every customer who purchases food.
Celebrating two years of hard graft creating the brand new venue, the opening offer is the perfect way to check out not only the space, but Bundobust’s very own offering of craft beers, which includes something for all beers lovers – from pilsners and porters to lagers and pale ales. Created on-site at the Oxford Street brewery, the 150-seat venue will have the capacity to brew 20,000 pints per month, meaning there’ll be plenty to go around for beer-lovers to enjoy.
Speaking of the new venue back in 2020, co-founder Marko Husak said: “The Oxford Street site will offer the same food menu as every other Bundobust and will have a familiar vibe – but with the major addition of an on-site brewery,”
Adding: “This build is our most exciting and ambitious Bundobust so far. We’re incorporating a lot of original features from the building, but it’ll be recognisably Bundo. We’ve sourced some unique materials made from recycled plastic bottles and reclaimed wood that fit in with the design and sustainability ethos shared across all Bundobust sites, but Manchester Oxford Street will have its own unique look and feel.”
Open 7 days a week, Mancs will be able to check out the Bundobust from 16th September at 4pm at Bundobust Brewery, St James Building, 61–69 Oxford Street, M1 6EQ.