A new real ale bar is preparing to open its doors in Preston city centre.Advertisement
Plug and Taps is the new drinking establishment that is launching at 32 Lune Street.
As a former a beauty salon, the premises were taken over by the owners of The Market Ale House micropub in Leyland, which opened in 2015.
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New owner, Adam Godwin, will open Plugs and Taps on Thursday 21 June.
He wanted to open a new real ale bar in the heart of the city centre as other new independent businesses have helped the area to boom.
Plugs and Taps will offer a range of crafts beers, four cask ales, a selection of gin and rum and a double fridge with bottles and cans to take out.
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A new seating area has been established upstairs, and there will be around four employees with the potential to hire more staff in the future.
Adam Godwin, 26, said: “We cannot wait to open. We have been delayed slightly but we wanted to make sure everything was right.
“We hope to attract a mixture of ages to the bar.”
Plugs and Taps will be open weekdays from 12.30pm – 11pm and on Friday – Saturday from 12.30pm – 1am.
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