Watch The Euros With An Ice Cold Beer At This Huge Sun-Trap Of A Beer Garden

By Laura Rogan

It’s almost time for the Euros!

After a year-long delay thanks to the pandemic, the Euros is finally set to grace pub screens – bringing the beloved football culture back to Manchester, hopefully once and for all.

And cracking out the big screens for the occasion is Manchester’s favourite beer garden and pub, The Oast House, which is set to play host for the championship – providing refuge to football fans and non-football fans alike for the upcoming matches.

Credit: The Oast House

Promising a ‘Summer of Sport’ after missing so much throughout 2020, guests will be able to enjoy The Oast House’s fantastic alfresco atmosphere, accompanied by huge screens throughout the venue to watch the games on. Like that wasn’t good enough for footy fans already, the venue will also be unveiling a new squad of draft lagers – with Spanish lager Madri leading the refreshing new line-up. Guests will be able to order via the app for table service, meaning that nobody needs to leave the table during those all-important crunch clashes.

Alongside the new lagers, guests will be able to enjoy The Oast House’s signature cocktail list – which includes Pornstar Martinis, Aperol Spritz, Strawberry Mojitos and more – as well as a lengthy selection of wines and beers from all over the globe.


Credit: The Oast House

For Sunday games – including this week’s England v Croatia match, the venue will be serving up their much-loved Sunday roasts, which come complete with absolutely massive Yorkshire puddings, succulent roast meats and all the trimmings.

Bookings are not required, however, due to the anticipated demand for the England matches, each England match will be ticketed at £10 – with a complimentary pint of Madri included. Find out more and book here.

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