SSP launches barbecue and craft beer concept at Manchester Airport

20 April 2015 by
SSP launches barbecue and craft beer concept at Manchester Airport

Travel concessions operator SSP UK has launched a new barbecue food and craft beer brand called the Spinning Jenny's Brew House at Manchester Airport's T2.

Featuring a menu of smokehouse cooking, the restaurant will serve dishes that include 20-hour 8oz pulled pork burgers made from meat reared in Staffordshire, ‘proper' pork scratchings and buckets of chicken wings.

A selection of cocktails including a Bloody Mary range will be on offer alongside beer pythons that serve a range of craft and draught beers rising up from the cellar and dropping 14 metres to a long bar.

Taking inspiration from Manchester's industrial past and named after the spinning machine that transformed the textile industry in the 19th century, the new brand was designed to echo the spirit of a German beer hall crossed with Brooklyn, New York.

Simon Smith, CEO of SSP UK & Ireland, which has operated at Manchester Airport for more than 20 years, said: "In the time we've been operating here, the needs of the passenger at Manchester have evolved considerably.

"The Spinning Jenny's Brew House has been designed to reflect the very latest trends in modern casual dining and will give customers an inspired and exciting new location in which to relax before their flight."

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