Glasses Raised For New Micropub
Nestled on Penwortham’s bustling high-street amongst a host of lively eateries and bars lies Tap and Vine – one of Lancashire’s newest and most exciting micropubs, writes Victoria Bamber
Run by locals Debbie and Jason Colles, Tap and Vine opened its doors over the Easter weekend and has been enjoying huge success in the weeks following. With a focus on supporting local breweries as well as offering ales from further afield, Tap and Vine has created a warm, friendly environment and bustling atmosphere, keenly supported by the local community and customers of all ages.
Serving platters of local produce, scotch eggs, pork pies, chutneys, cold meats, cheese and bread, Tap and Vine has carefully crafted a menu that complements the range of drinks on offer from local independent breweries – Rivington Brewing Co. and Bowland Brewery, to national players Brewdog and Hop House.
Already becoming an established part of Penwortham’s lively social scene, Debbie Colles, owner and manager of Tap and Vine, commented: “The reaction to our venture has been wonderful and support from the community and businesses close by has been tremendous – better than we could ever have imagined. We are delighted that after five years in the pipeline, Tap and Vine has been brought to life.”
With bespoke fixtures and fittings from Preston-based JSJ Joinery, Tap and Vine is available for bookings seven days a week. Board games are available and suggestions around the ales on offer are encouraged.
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Tap and Vine
69 Liverpool Road, Penwortham PR1 9XD