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1887 The Brew Room ( formerly The Blue Room)
Blackpool’s first brewery pub will be opening on Friday December 15th at 6pm. This isn’t a pub owned by a brewery, but a pub with a brewery!
10 cask ales, 10 craft beers, chocolate bar milkshake cocktails and real smokehouse food.
This is the beautiful old building famous as the Stanley Arms and especially as the Blue Room. All it’s best features are still in place.
This is the place where Blackpool FC was formed in 1887 and we have a special commemoration of that event inside the pub.
Everyone is welcome to come to the opening, especially the Mayor of Blackpool who will open officially open “1887 The Brew Room”


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Best of luck to them.
01-12-2017 03:29
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RE: 1887 The Brew Room ( formerly The Blue Room)
(01-12-2017 03:29)GynnSquarePhoenix Wrote:  Blackpool’s first brewery pub will be opening on Friday December 15th at 6pm. This isn’t a pub owned by a brewery, but a pub with a brewery!
10 cask ales, 10 craft beers, chocolate bar milkshake cocktails and real smokehouse food.
This is the beautiful old building famous as the Stanley Arms and especially as the Blue Room. All it’s best features are still in place.
This is the place where Blackpool FC was formed in 1887 and we have a special commemoration of that event inside the pub.
Everyone is welcome to come to the opening, especially the Mayor of Blackpool who will open officially open “1887 The Brew Room”




Best of luck to them.

They'll need it.
01-12-2017 06:51
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It’s going to be amazing. A great craft beer pub, the only craft beer pub in Blackpool. Every other area across the uk has craft beer bars and pubs except the fylde coast. It’s taken it that long to reach here. Blackpool’s like a black hole when it comes to quality beer Smile this is good for craft beer drinkers. It means no more long trips to Crewe or Lancaster or Manchester just so you can get a craft beer Smile it’s a,so great news for real ale drinkers, as there isn’t much choice in Blackpool for real ales at the moment, or well kept real ales. most places I’ve been in, in town the temperature is upto 1 degree out for the real ales which is bad , or have turned and they are still trying to sell it (I’m looking at you Wetherspoons on that one)

And with the hop shut down, the Edward closing down, and the landlord of Gillespie murdering his girlfriend stopping it from opening it’s nice to see a pub open up in Blackpool instead of closing down.

This will do well catering for a style of drinker that isn’t catered for in Blackpool normally. One where the quality of the beer and the range of beer styles is important. It’s not just for getting pissed cheaply.



And when poulton gets its bottle shop with on and off licence the fylde coast will be starting to catch up to the rest of the country Smile

Also it’s not just going to be a pub it’s going to be a community where like minded people can go and enjoy and discuss their beer, and a greater community for locals who will hopefully use it as a friendly hub, were. They see the patrons not just as customers but as friends. There will be board games, an arcade machine and a Football table.

It to mention the home of Blackpool F.C., and the history of the place for fans to come see Smile
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Good luck, I hope it takes off.

The landlord of Giles' Pies murdered his girlfriend?
01-12-2017 10:42
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Allegedly, Yeah was due to open this week too, so I’ve heard anyway
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Fair enough.

They can be fucking annoying.
01-12-2017 10:44
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Outcast, The Bloomfield is a craft beer pub!
01-12-2017 11:06
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(01-12-2017 11:06)TheSteed Wrote:  Outcast, The Bloomfield is a craft beer pub!

I’ve been there. It’s really not. It has a Guinness made fake craft beer on hop 13, and the beer it brews isn’t great quality, and it’s craft bottle selections puts it on par with the bootleg. As in I questioned the girls on the beer and they couldn’t tell me anything. Smile the Bloomfield could be a craft beer bar if it tried but they don’t seem to have the inclination Smile and whenever I’ve been in their and tried their own beer it’s been full of acetic acid, and it’s bottle and can selection isn’t enough to cal, it a craft beer pub. I’d say it’s a pub that has a small selection craft beer in it. But I believe it’s catering to the football crowds and try8ng to be an all round pub to appeal to everyone
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01-12-2017 11:16
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If I would class the Bloomfield as anything it would be a nano brewery tap house (breweub). This isn’t an attack on the Bloomfield, but there is a difference between real ale pubs, craft beer pubs, taprooms/brewhouses, and pbs hat sell craft. Beer Smile
01-12-2017 11:21
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I don’t hold much hope for them. Its not the best position is it?
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(01-12-2017 11:31)Qblock87 Wrote:  I don’t hold much hope for them. Its not the best position is it?

That actually might be in its favour. If they’re targeting craft beer fans, they’ll travel to it but being slightly out of the way they’ll hopefully avoid the pissed up stags and hens looking for Stella.
01-12-2017 11:40
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Where is Stella these days?
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(01-12-2017 12:22)Magic147 Wrote:  Where is Stella these days?

I think it's rebranded as 'foreign muck' in Yorkshire mate. Wink
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(01-12-2017 11:40)munkle Wrote:  That actually might be in its favour. If they’re targeting craft beer fans, they’ll travel to it but being slightly out of the way they’ll hopefully avoid the pissed up stags and hens looking for Stella.

Unfortunately most real ale fans are tickers. They just want to sample as many different beers as possible and move on. The best draw for any real ale pub is another one close by. Blackpool doesn't have the real ale following that a lot of other places have.
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Craft beer pubs and bottle bars tend to do better out of the centres of towns. Look at beerdock, kill the cat, house of trembling madness (moving to a more suburban area). People who enjoy craft beer prefer it to be more obscure it fits in with the culture Smile

The pub will be targeting craft beer fans and have a larger range of craft beer than real ale Smile but as they are similar style of drinkers (except targets age range craft tend to sit and discuss their beers a bit more than real ale drinkers and tend to drink more)
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