A ‘charming’ micro pub, known for serving a unique choice of ale and gin, is up for sale as the owners are set to retire.
Hop Micro Bar, on Bank Street, Rawtenstall, is in a ‘prominent trading position’ in the town centre which, in its five years of trading, has gained a loyal customer base.
The listing for the pub on Dalton’s says: “Since trading commenced in the town in 2016, the pub has quickly established an enviable reputation venue for offering a friendly service within a welcoming and relaxed environment.
“The business boasts a loyal and extensive customer base from throughout the Lancashire area with excellent online and TripAdvisor reviews, whilst also enjoying regular referrals and recommendations.
“The pub offers a selection of quality real ales, beers and ciders as well as a comprehensive range of gins.
“This is a successful and lucrative business which represents an ideal purchase for an ambitious couple who can continue to build on the solid foundations that have been laid enjoying the lifestyle and financial rewards a business of this stature generates quite literally on a daily basis.”
The pub has both inside and outside seating and takes an average weekly taking of £6000 and is up for sale for £295,000.
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