Open Weekend 24th – 28th August

Over 20 Different Beer’s
Craft Ciders, Lagers, Wines and Soft Drinks
BBQ food

24th – 28th August
Thursday/Friday 18:00 – 22:00
Saturday/Sunday 12:00 – 22:00
Monday 12:00 – 18:00

English Ale 4.1%

Top Dog 4.4%

Open Weekend 25th – 29th August

Lytham Brewery open day

Over 20 Different Beer’s
Craft Ciders, Lagers, Wines and Soft Drinks
BBQ food

25th – 29th August
Thursday/Friday 18:00 – 22:00
Saturday/Sunday 12:00 – 22:00
Monday 12:00 – 18:00

Where we are

Lytham Brewery, Cambells Court, Lord Street St Annes on Sea, FY8 2DF Tel: 01253 725440location

Ice King 4.4%

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The Middle Earth Beer & Music Festival 2016

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“…If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world…” J.R.R. Tolkien

Returns to Hurst Green Memorial Hall, Ribble Valley, Lancashire on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th June 2016. The festival features over 60 Cask & Keg real ales & 15 craft ciders from around the country during the event as well as food and live music each day.

J R R Tolkien spent much time at Stonyhurst College in Hurst Green and the area was, at least in part, his inspiration for The Lord of the Rings. The village is dotted with names that are familiar from the tale, and the surrounding countryside is magical.

Now in its 7th year the Middle Earth Beer & Music Festival is a favourite event locally. Join us to combine a love of great beer and the celebration of a great writer and a wonderful story.

Tickets available from The Ale House Clitheroe, or Tel: 07530-045365

 The Ale House 12-14 Market Place, Clitheroe, Lancs BB7 2DA

Buy Swing Commanders Tickets Online HERE

http://www.middleearthbeerfestival.co.uk/

Mark Menzies MP hails Lytham Brewery’s Parliament appearance

 March 23rd, 2016

phpybOjFTAMFYLDE MP Mark Menzies raised a glass after Lytham Brewery was chosen to provide a St Patrick’s Day tipple for Parliament’s famous Strangers’ Bar.

The brewery has become renowned for producing high quality fare for lovers of real ale since it was established in 2007 at the Hastings club in Lytham town centre.

And that reputation helped secure a guest spot in one of the House of Commons’ most exclusive watering holes, on the terrace alongside the river Thames.

Mr Menzies, who is a member of the All-Party Parliamentary Beer Group, said: “I am always telling my Parliamentary colleagues about the fine ales produced by this small brewery in Fylde so I was delighted they were able to sample the St Patrick’s Pale Ale this week.

“It is fitting that the beer was on offer during the same week the Chancellor was announcing the fourth consecutive freeze on beer duty in his budget, so people will be able to keep enjoying Lytham Brewery’s excellent output for a fair price.”

http://www.markmenzies.org.uk/news/mark-menzies-mp-hails-lytham-brewerys-parliament-appearance

Shovels Beer Festival (25th – 28th March 2016)

Good Friday till Easter Monday Beer Festival

  • 30+ Real Ales
  • *Live Entertainment
  • Best steaks around
  • Family friendly

*Easter Sunday and Sunday Evening “ON THE EDGE” Featuring Saturday.
Plus enjoy the best steaks around and our famous food challenges in a family friendly environment.

Address: 260 Common Edge Road, Marton Moss, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY4 5DH
Tel: 01253 762 702

 

Charity Beer Festival (Preston)

Date: Saturday 5th March
Time: 12 til late
Pub: Tom Finney 
Address: Central Dr, Penwortham, Preston PR1 0NL
Phone: 01772 751871

Come rain or come shine, it’s proving to be a busy Summer at Lytham.

Bar Runner

After its Regional SIBA Silver award, our Berry Blonde (4.1%) is selling very well. Our Head Brewer, Will, is half way through our new “Animal” range of themed beers (Golden Beast, Angry Bird, Ice King and Dingo amongst others) and Ice King will be appearing at CAMRA’s GBBF. Our August range will also include Summer Ale (a blonde 4% session ale with a hoppy and fruity aroma), Pilsner Radler (a 3.8% pale ale with a fruity strawberry twist), Golden Mild (a 4.3% golden ale with a sweet chocolate and caramel undertone) and British Pride (a rich 4.2% golden ale with English hops to celebrate British sporting achievement!). We are also working with the Bloomfield, who, as part of their current refurbishment, are aiming to brew their own beer using a wort supplied by us – but will also be stocking our beers. We are also producing a special

festival beer for the Lytham (Proms) Festival in August. Our party casks are doing well and the new bar at the brewery is proving successful with brewery tours. To celebrate this, we are having our first series of Open Days at the brewery from Thursday 27th August until Monday 31st August – with lots of cask beers and ciders on offer

(see our website for details).
What else? We plan to start bottling our beers towards

the end of October and commission an additional new fermenting room by the end of the year.

All of which promises to keep us very busy indeed for the rest of 2015! Julie Booker

http://blackpool.camra.org.uk/fa/Issue_91_Autumn_2015.pdf