Brewing up a storm since 1997. The Marble Brewery is a microbrewery based in the heart of Manchester, UK. Specialising in modern classics, innovative cask beer, and revitalising historic British styles, Marble focus on putting quality first whilst defying trends. At the helm is Head Brewer James Kemp, who is set to celebrate the brewery’s 20th birthday in style with a series of collaboration projects, new brews and by bringing back a few cult-classic recipes.
The brewery was originally housed in the rear of The Marble Arch Inn, and comprised of a four-and-a-half-barrel plant, which was housed between a rear storeroom and the pub cellars. Due to increased production, the brewery expanded in 2009 to twelve-barrel capacity, seeing production up sticks and move to a railway arch a short distance away.
The Marble Arch Inn is now the flagship pub and taproom for the brewery. It is still the freshest place to enjoy Marble beers along with its sibling outlets 57 Thomas Street, a keg-focused bar in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, and The Marble Beerhouse, situated in the south Manchester suburb of Chorlton-Cum-Hardy.
Meet The Brewer, James Kemp (Head Brewer), Manchester Hub for London Beer City, The Marble Arch staff takeover The Duke’s Head bar. Wednesday 9th August.