BIER HALLE AND COOK HAUS COMING TO LIVERPOOL SUMMER 2019
Named after Prince Albert, the Anglo-Bavarian prince and husband of Queen Victoria, Albert’s Schenke will bring a Bier Halle and Cook Haus to the city, opening on the corner of Hanover Street, in the Grade II listed Casartelli Building.
First things first – Who is Albert?
Prince Albert was the Anglo-Bavarian prince who was Queen Victoria’s main squeeze.
The two lovers spent their time creating for a few grand buildings here and there so – of course – Albert’s Schenke, much like sister venue Albert’s Schloss in Manchester, will be taking inspitation from the royal couple.
What is a Schenke?
High German (Noun) meaning pub or Tavern, to pour.
Albert’s Schenke will very much be about its extensive range of bier: guests can sip by the schooner, pour by pint, or take a tour of the taps with a range of bier flights.
Alongside the unique bier offering, the drinks craft will continue with premium High G&Ts, cocktails, magnums of prosecco and artisan schnapps.
Albert’s Schenke wouldn’t be complete without it’s very own Cook Haus.
The Cook Haus will offer a unique and modern take on dishes from all over Alpine Europe.
Albert will be serving up authentic, rustic dishes such as haus signature the Schweinshaxe (pork knuckle); schnitzels and of course lots of sausage.
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