Lakeland Brewhouse’s sister company is Lakeland Inns has expanded its portfolio of pubs over the last 18 months from three to six..
Work is ongoing to open The Tap Bar at the brewhouse’s new location on Lightburn Industrial Estate, close to Ulverston Railway Station, by the end of this year.
Kirsty, who is also regional director (North West) of SIBA – the Society of Independent Brewers, said: “The brewery is in an ideal location for the public and is easy to access from the station. We can’t wait to welcome people to the brewhouse and treat them to the whole experience.”
The brewing process will still take place in a 100 per cent renewably powered brewhouse as the business maintains its strong commitment to sustainability.
Kirsty said: “We make sure we produce 100 per cent proper beer through a sustainable process and customers can enjoy their pint even more in the knowledge that they are doing their bit for the planet in the process. Saving the planet has never tasted so good.”
The brewery was founded in 2008 by Stringers Beer head brewer Jon Kyme.