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Where Life Tastes Good

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Lancashire Cheese -

There are 10 Lancashire cheese makers all situated within 10 miles of Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. All the cheese makers make Lancashire Cheese in the traditional method using Lancashire milk.

The Lancashire Cheese makers in Lancashire range in size but all own and make the cheese themselves and in most cases they are second, third and fourth generation family businesses.

You can see cheese being made at Dewlay’s or enjoy a tasty cheese board made up of our local delicacies from any one of our pubs and resturants.

Beacon Fell traditional Lancashire cheese carries the ‘Protected Designator of Origin’ marquee. (made by Grandma Singletons)

Sirloin at Hoghton Tower -

The Sirloin cut of beef was created in Lancashire in 1617 when King James I stayed at Hoghton Tower and Knighted the beef he had enjoyed at dinner. Visitors can see the banqueting hall where James I dined and the menu from the famous ‘Sir Loin’ meal. For the full experience stay the night in the Irishman's Tower.

Morecambe Bay Potted Shrimps

Baxters of Morecambe have been producing Morecambe Bay Potted Shrimps since 1880 – and have retained the Royal Warrant since 1967.

Lancashire Ale

There are 23 breweries in Lancashire serving up a variety of award winning cask ales including Hen Harrier and Pendle Witches Brew. Real Ale fans can join the ‘East Lancashire Railway’s ‘Real Ale Trail’ sampling real ale at various stops along the route from Bury to Rawtenstall.

Freemasons at Wiswell-

Ranked #1 UK Pub in the Good Food Guide 2015 and ranked #6 in the 2016 Top 50 Gastropubs Awards, organised by the Publican’s Morning Advertiser. But don’t just take our word for it head over and sit beside the roaring log fires, take your time to delight in the menu and then compliment your choice of food with one of their cask conditioned ales or world wine from our cellar.

Read more about Lancashire's incredible variety of home grown, made and reared food and drink in the 2017 Lancashire Visitor Magazine

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