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Good selection of beer, with good variety available, hard to fault but not my favorite of the bars in the area, but you have to go in and try it, as you might not agree me with me, and I wouldn't want you you to...More
I was introduced to Beatnikz on a beer tour. Since then I can't stay away.
The range of ales and other drinks is nothing short of wonderful and rather good.
If you're in the area, I'd definitely suggest swinging by.
I like this colourful place though it does have some astonishingly hogh prices for some beers: one for the equivalent of £18 a pint (for a 10% stout) is the highest I've seen in all the Manchester craft beer bars. So, excellent if you avoid...More
Date of experience: June 2019
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BeatnikzRepublicBar, General Manager at Beatnikz Republic bar, responded to this reviewResponded June 24, 2019
Thank you kindly for your review. Sometimes our higher end products cost more due importing and a higher alcohol content.
However to we try to price our board accordingly so that we never have to charge £18 for a pint.
Next time you...More
I first experienced this bar when invited by a gentleman from another restaurant to hear him Dee Jay.
Upon my arrival, I was in the mood for rum.
The barman(Sam) gave me a list. One of the rums was from Manchester. "A Manchester run? That...More
We visited the Beatnikz Republic bar at the weekend to attend their beer school as large group of 14 guys and it was a superb experience. Great value for money, and you get a proper tour through the different styles and tastes associated with the...More
New place on me only opened last month. Anyhow, an L-shaped bar in a converted part of a listed building. Minimalist. Coloured plastic tubing brightens the place. 14 beers on keg; 2 on cask. Excellent range of beers from 3.2% to 11%.