One of Manchester’s bowling alley bars has launched a keg filled with cocktails in time for Easter.
The Easter K’egg comes from Lane7, which opened at the Great Northern Warehouse last May.
The huge vessel is filled with a whopping three litres of Cosmopolitan, the drink made especially famous by the hit TV show Sex and the City.
Each limited-edition keg has around 24 servings of the cocktail, which is made with Grey Goose vodka, cranberry juice, triple sec and fresh lime juice.
The grown-up Easter treat is priced at £120 and geared towards groups (obviously), working out £5 per cocktail.
Lane7 is home to beer pong tables, shuffle boards, interactive darts and shooting pods, as well as bowling lanes.
Graeme Smith, chief operating officer at Lane7 Group, said: “Part of the joy of spring and Easter is the opportunity to get out with friends and families. Normally Easter Eggs are reserved for children, but we thought we’d create something for the big kids to enjoy.
“At Lane7, we try to bring a unique spin on much-loved activities – be it bowling, UV ping pong, and now Easter eggs.”
It’s part of the Great Northern Warehouses’s wider Easter celebrations, which has seen many of the independent businesses launch special food deals.
Alex’s Bakery will be creating a Mini Egg Easter Cake, while Dormouse Chocolates will be serving a Bunny Snacks Bar flavoured with cinnamon and carrot-flavoured white chocolate. The chocolatier also makes its Eggs on Toast Bar – bread and butter milk chocolate topped with a white chocolate fried ‘egg’.
There’ll be an Easter egg hunt at newcomer gaming bar Pong & Puck, with hidden eggs concealing prizes like a £100 bar tab.
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