Confidentials.com | 28 August 2018
YOU wait in the Baltic for an Irish pub – and then five come along at once.
Well it was only a matter of time wasn’t it? And with it, the circle of regeneration seems complete.
For years the Brewery Tap was the only place you could buy a pint if you found yourself, for some unfathomable reason, in what was a lonely part of town. It was a good pint too: Cains, house ale of the eponymous Victorian brewery to which the pub was attached.
Yet a flow of hip and happening bars and venues turned the Tap into a turn off. Read More
Liverpool Echo | 23 August 2018
Punch Tarmey’s is now set to open inside the iconic Cains Brewery on Stanhope Street, Baltic Triangle.
The brewery closed in 2013 and the site, formerly Higsons, is now home to a thriving market development.
Founder of Mikhail Leisure announced a £7 million investment this year, for the Cains licence and brand, to redevelop the former Cains buildings and create around 200 jobs over four phases of development.
Up to 50 jobs have been created so far in the first £2 million phase of his plan to turn the location into a massive Irish pub. Read More