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Lancashire has a fantastic choice of exceptional breweries, micro-breweries and distillers .
Real ale is a natural, living product and there are over 5,500 different real ales brewed regularly in the UK. With such an amazing range of different beer styles, such as bitters, golden ales, milds and barley wines, there has never been a better time to appreciate our traditional British drink.
You will soon realise what beers most appeal to your taste buds, whether they are chocolatey stouts or light, floral blond beers.
Take a look below for some of the many great places to taste Lancashire's award winning local ales.
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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.
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.
Moorhouses Brewery - take a tour around a local working brewery.
Brewing since 1865; their products have won recognition at the Brewing Industry International Awards and the Champion Beer of Britain. Their Premier Bitter, Black Cat and Pendle Witches Brew have won numerous awards.
The Old School Brewery was founded in 2012 by Ian Walsh and Ren Wallbank. Initially something of a hobby, the brewery grew into something much more. Now delivering to a huge variety of pubs and bars across the Cumbria and Lancashire area.
Lancaster Leisure Park, home to GB Antiques Centre, Original Factory Shop, Lancaster Brewery, Countrystyle Meats Farm Shop, Giggles Play Centre, Marshalls Self Drive, Turning Point Dance Studio & Cheryl Mulqueeney portrait photographer.
Set in over 2 acres, the working brewery offers guided tours, special events in the bar and entertaining area, as well as brewing their delicious beer, lager and cider on site.
West Bradford, Clitheroe
We source apples from Lancashire and our own orchard, which we press and ferment naturally to produce a traditional additive free cider. We have some new varieties for this year including a single variety Dabinett, a dry cider.
Today the brewery is run by Daniel Thwaites' great great grandson. The brewery supplies beers in to retailers across the country, and has a number of pubs in the estate. They also offer brewery tours, four days a week.
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