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East Lancs Breweries

East Lancashire is fortunate to be the home of over half the real ale breweries in the whole of the county with nine lying with the confines of the branch. They range in size from large national suppliers such as Thwaites to smaller micro-breweries like Hopstar, Moonstone and Red Rose. Between them they brew many fine cask conditioned ales including some former Champion Beer of Britain winners.

The map below shows the locations of all nine East Lancs breweries and by clicking on their names you can discover further information such as contact details, regular and seasonal beers, etc. Alternatively, use the links on the right to go to the separate brewery pages.

East Lancs Breweries Bowland Garthela Fallons Moonstone Moorhouse's Thwaites Three Bs Hopstar Blue Buzzard Worsthorne Pennine Barlick

Latest Brewery News
Thwaites Brewery update - News of our region's biggest brewer [posted on 26/06/2009]
Brewery Information
Find out more about each brewery in our branch using the links below
Barlick Brewery details
Bluestone Brewery details
Bowland Brewery details
Hopstar Brewery details
Jubilee Tower Brewery details
Moonstone Brewery details
Moorhouse's Brewery details
Reedley Hallows Brewery details
Rossendale Brewery details
Snaggletooth Brewery details
Three B's Brewery details
Thwaites Brewery details
Worsthorne Brewery details
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