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Accidental Brewery, The Old Stables, Bulk Street, Lancaster
Accidental Brewery was formed in late October of 2018. The owner Mike Dent, had been a keen home brewer for a few years previous to this and had a desire to bring some exciting and modern beers to the centre of Lancaster.
It is located in a converted stables building, which dates back to the 18th century. The intimate and quirky bar is located on the first floor above an Apple repair shop.
They have a total of 10 craft keg lines and two cask, real ale pumps, and serve a selection of their own fresh beers, brewed on site and other guest draught and cask beers.
Guild Ale House, Lancaster Road, Preston
Guild Ale House is a warm and casual micropub located close to the iconic Victorian market and the bus station in Preston. They specialise in all forms of beer, from traditional cask to the modern craft and a large range of Belgium bottle beers.
They source most of their range direct from the micro breweries themselves therefore guaranteeing quality and building trust. To source the continental range they use the best specialist distributor in the country. And they leave nothing to chance in the knowledge they will provide you with the best beers possible.
Visit https://www.guildalehouse.com/ for more information.
No. 16 On the Hill, Liverpool Road, Penwortham
With a passion for the very best in cocktails, gin and cask ale, No.16 On the Hill in Penwortham opened. Relax in the booth, by the window or near the bar to see the team mix up a variety of cocktails or pull a pint of the best casks and draught lagers from around the world.
The Ale Station, Chapel Street, Chorley
The Ale Station is a family owned micropub situated in prime position at the heart of Chorley, opposite the bus station and train station.
The Ale Station specialises in cask conditioned ale, sourced from a variety of regional breweries. You will find craft lager, ale, real cider, a variety of spirits and wine presented alongside the handpulls adorning the Station’s bar ensuring there is something for everyone.