Baltic Market Liverpool

FOOD - THE BALTIC MARKET

Likely the most popular hangout for foodies in Liverpool, the Baltic Market is one of the latest and greatest additions to the Triangle. A close neighbour of Hinterlands, the market has helped bring the Cains Brewery Village to life since opening in June of last year, welcoming tens-of-thousands of visitors through its doors every month.

The market contains street food from around the world, with mainstay favourites including; Hafla Hafla with their irresistible halloumi fries, and Little Furnace with their classic Italian stonebaked pizzas. The space is home to eleven different street food vendors, with residencies in the market lasting eight weeks at a time. The best part? All the vendors are local, independent businesses…

The market’s bar serves up a range of creative cocktails, in addition to stocking a healthy selection of locally-sourced craft beers, spirits and soft drinks.  

Customers can enjoy a whole host of entertainment throughout the week; including DJs, live bands and seasonally-themed shows - there’s always something interesting happening.

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Binary Festival 2018

CULTURE - BINARY FESTIVAL

Taking place on March 22nd, Binary Festival 2018 is coming to Hinterlands...

Now into its second year, Binary Festival is a celebration of Liverpool’s growing tech and digital industries - showcasing the city’s best and fastest rising “innovators, inventors, leaders, makers and creators.”

Last year the festival, and its surrounding ‘gatherings’ featured 18 different events by the likes of Mando Agency, vTime and Liverpool Girl Geeks. Subjects discussed ranged from crowdfunding to virtual reality, the future of YouTube, 3D sound and an introduction to coding.

This year, the festival will feature speeches from a number of local and national innovators  including; Natalie Haywood (LEAF), Paul Smith (Hyperloop One) and Liverpool Metro Mayor, Steve Rotheram. More speakers, including keynote slots, are to be announced at the end of January.

An ambitious project, set to showcase Liverpool’s digital and tech revolution, designed to attract new business, ideas and creators to the sector.

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Sort Rehearsal Rooms

MUSIC - SORT REHEARSAL ROOMS

Nestled away in the Cains Brewery site is SORT. A rehearsal rooms space designed to help musicians make it in the industry. State of the art, and built with 20 years experience guiding their vision, SORT is the perfect environment for musicians to simply plug in and play.

In 2017, the company launched the Sort Your Priorities campaign - dispelling their marketing budget and instead spending it on helping to produce and promote three upcoming local bands. Reaching over 70,000 people - the campaign was a resounding success, with more plans along these lines touted for 2018!

Our nearest Baltic neighbour, we look forward to collaborating with SORT over the coming years...

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Higsons Brewery Tap Still

DRINK - H1780 TAP & STILL

The Baltic Triangle is awash with creative energy - It should come as no surprise then that the area is home to a one-of-a-kind brewery, distillery and late night bar!

It’s all in the name! The H of H1780 stands for Higson’s and 1780 is the year Higson’s was first brewed at its then Dale Street premises.

Built within a former warehouse space, H1780 Tap & Still is a place to eat and drink beside an active urban brewery and distillery. Enjoy Love Lane ale? This is where it’s brewed! The newly opened bar and restaurant also marks the return of Higsons, a legendary local beer producer.

Open midday until 11pm every day, take yourself a long lunch break with their menu of locally-sourced produce, or stop by for a late night drink and soak in some of that unique Baltic Triangle atmosphere.

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Vtime Liverpool

TECH - vTIME

vTime is a VR social network that allows anyone, anywhere to spend quality time with family and friends in virtual reality...yes, really!

One of the Baltic Triangle’s most famous tech companies, vTime has made international headlines with its futuristic software and outlook on human interaction. Using either a smartphone, or VR headset, their programme enables you to meet, chat and interact with friends, old and new, near and far, in breathtaking virtual locations.

Built by Clemens Wangerin and Martin Kenwright, two minds whom together have contributed to games like Lemmings and Motorsport, vTime is certainly set for a future of virtual reality world building.

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