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Immerse yourself in a food & drink experience in Lancashire. Whether it be a themed cookery course, artisan bread making, a cocktail masterclasses or a brewery tour, we’ve got a host of experiences to try and new skills to learn. All taught and led by Lancashire’s finest craftsmen, chefs, teachers and experts. Don't forget to also see our Lancashire Food & Drink Events pages for demos, tastings, supplier talks and more food and drink experiences.
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A hands on experience with the opportunity to make some delicious cocktails whilst having lots of fun. You will be treated to a prosecco Bellini on arrival to get comfortable and prepare for what's in store.
Dewlay was founded in 1957 by George Kenyon and over the next 50 years earned a reputation for producing the very best range of Lancashire cheese available. Today, the company is managed by 3rd generation owners Nick & Richard Kenyon.
At Stratos they provide a range of cocktail master classes to suit your party’s needs. Whether it be you’re celebrating with friends, a special occasion or entertaining a corporate group,… they've the perfect package for you.
Established in 2005 and situated on the city's most cosmopolitan street in the elegant Georgian Winckley Square area, Forum has a focus on high quality drinks, food and service in a relaxed, informal and stylish environment.
Moorhouses Brewery - take a tour around a local working brewery.
The brewery started life in 2003 when the founder decided to follow his dream to establish a viable micro-brewery. Over the next ten or so years the Bowland Brewery went from strength to strength picking up lots of awards and commendations along the way.
Bradley Fold, Bolton
Red Bank Cider produces a refreshing range of award winning Real English Ciders & English Fruit Wines on the southern edge of Lancashire’s West Pennine Moors. If you enjoy wine, or fancy a change, visit Red Bank Cider to taste the difference.
The Old School Brewery is a microbrewery situated at the foot of Warton Crag in North Lancashire. Simply mixing top quality ingredients with patience and a respect of their beautiful environment to produce first class, hand-crafted beers.
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The Northcote Cookery School offers a variety of courses, from skills and techniques; entertaining; themed classes; and premium master classes, with a choice of half days and full days.
Artisan Bakery producing slow fermentation breads, sourdoughs, artisan pies, handmade cakes and traybakes for retail and wholesale. Also the leading provider of educational classes for bread making and pies in the area.
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