Here is the latest news about pubs and beer in general in the branch area.

  • Factory Tap Beer Festival Monday 25 September 2017

    In lieu of the Westmorland Beer Festival not taking place this year, a beer festival is being held at the Factory Tap in Kendal between the 26th and 29th October. While this festival is not directly related to or being organised by the branch, it will be supported by branch members assisting with the running of the festival.

  • Halewood invests in second brewery. Monday 25 September 2017

    Halewood Wines and Spirits, which earlier this year took a controlling interest in Hawkshead brewery have now completed a second brewery investment deal, this time with Sadlers brewery of Lye in the West Midlands. More details here.

  • Fell Bar opens in Kendal Saturday 15 July 2017

    The interior of the Fell Bar, Kendal Kendal has a new real ale venue, as the Fell Bar has opened on Lowther Street. The bar is associated with the Fell Brewery of Flookburgh. Apparently open 16-23 Wednesday to Sunday.

  • 2017 : Mortal Man, Troutbeck Mortal Man, Troutbeck (nr Windermere)

    The Mortal Man at Troutbeck (Windermere)Westmorland CAMRA is delighted to announce that the Westmorland CAMRA Cider and Perry Pub of the Year for 2017 is the Mortal Man at Troutbeck near Windermere. This is the third year in a row for the pub, so congratulations to the team there.

  • Pub of the Season Spring 2017 Ring O' Bells, Kendal

    The Westmorland CAMRA Spring 2017 Pub of the Season is the Ring o'Bells in Kendal. Here is Westmorland CAMRA Vice Chair Marilyn with Su and Philip of the Ring o'Bells receiving the award.

    Picture showing the award of the Spring Pub of the Season to the Ring o'Bells, Kendal