Albert’s Schenke ‘bier halle and cook haus’ to open in Liverpool

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Albert’s Schenke ‘bier halle and cook haus’ to open in Liverpool

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A sister site to Manchester’s hugely popular German-inspired ‘bier palace, cook haus and bakery’ Albert’s Schloss will open in Liverpool this summer.

Called Albert’s Schenke, it is being launched by Mission Mars, the group behind food and drink venues Rudy‘s Neapolitan Pizza and Gorilla.

The venue is this time described as a ‘bier halle and cook haus’ and will have an extensive range of beer, with 20 on tap, including Munich and Bohemian pilsners, weiss biers and limited-edition Oktoberfest special editions. It will also list beers from local craft breweries, small batches and key kegs that will change daily.

The cook haus element will serve ‘a distinctly modern take on classic dishes served across Alpine Europe’. The menu will include a raclette burger; Black Forest ham, egg and chips; the roasted ham hock dish schweinshaxe; and sformato - a baked truffled mashed potato with melted cheese – as well as kebabs, schnitzels and sausages.

Named after Prince Albert, the Anglo-Bavarian prince and husband of Queen Victoria, Albert’s Schenke will open on the corner of Hanover Street, in the Grade II listed Casartelli Building. 

Its interior will be similar to that at Albert’s Schloss with reclaimed wood and open fires.

 

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