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Robinsons Brewery, Stockport

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  • Booked a tour for my husband's birthday. We both thought it was great. It has its own free car park, however there is a pay and display round the corner and it's a short walk into Stockport centre. To...  more »
  • We really enjoyed the Brewery Tour which was led by Ken, our guide, who made it very interesting because of his comprehensive knowledge of Robinson's Brewery and the brewing process. For us, the tour ...  more »
  • Fantastic food, very tasty and plentiful at a good price. Pleasant surroundings, nice and clean and the staff are great. My only issue is that the beer is actually quite expensive, especially given th...  more »
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  • What a great hidden gem this place is. Been back so many times in last few years and never fails to dissapoint. Food is perfect. Regular menu changes always keep us keen in returning. The beer cannot be any fresher!! I almost want to keep this place a secret!! However credit where credit due and a well deserved 5*.
  • Today I had the absolutely worst experience at the Manahester Airport Pub in my entire catering career. We had originally been led to believe this was a must see place and so were not surprised about being told it would be 45 min to get a seat. However after 90min we had been completely forgotten about and were asked to wait for another 20min! When we did get a seat, the table was still dirty and abandoned with half eaten food from the previous occupants. After being forgotten again we had to chase the door attendant for drinks, then after being forgotten again we had to chase just to place a food order. By this point somebody else had been seated next to us AND served their dinner! When our food did arrive (after a very long wait) it was cold and hard. We asked if we could please have at least our chips redone as these were so cold and hard as to be inedible, in addition to which our order was wrong! After all was said and done we of course very disappointed and upset with this experience. We asked to speak to the manager, when he arrived he was nothing short of rude and aggressive. He offered absolutely no apology and told us that we had been rude, so had been deliberately left to wait so the waitress could complain about us to him, the manager! This was of course a complete lie, because when we asked what we had been rude about, we were told we had been rude to the waitress when ordering drinks - we hadn't spoken to the waitress to order drinks, we had spoken to the door attendant. He then assured us he had personally checked all the food as it came out and knew it to be perfectly fine - now how many managers check every bit of food leaving the kitchen? In short, the planes were of course a good see. But the service there was absolutely shameful and I would encourage anybody to bring their own sandwiches and drink if possible. I certainly will be publishing my own experience further. This is a place that has become fat on its reputation and forgotten about the very people who it is supposed to serve.
  • Graham was a great host, showed us round, told us the history, made jokes an absolute delight. Go for the gold package and it's well worth it!
  • Great brewery tour although it's a shame that they don't give you any beer as you go around. You get it all at the end instead.
  • Unfortunately their tenants are self-employed and therefore not directly responsible to Robinsons for the way in which they operate their businesses which is unfortunate as the Hawk Inn in Haslington used to be a nice place to visit.