Come and visit our brewery to find out more about us and the beers we make. Only a 2 minute walk from Keswick town centre, enjoy a beer where it’s brewed. The brewery tour includes sampling a selection of our beers. Discover how beer is made, how we use sheeps wool to brew award winning beers and what makes our beers green!
During your tour you will see how we make our beers. Find out how brewing dates back to around 1875 on this site. See what makes beers light, dark, mild or hoppy. Find out what makes our brewery environmentally friendly and how we are reducing our carbon footprint.
After your tour why not stay and enjoy a beer in our Flying Fox Bar and browse our Brewery Shop.
Brewery Bar - Fox Tap
Enjoy a beer at the Brewery’s Fox Tap bar where it is brewed. We have up to 6 cask and 4 keg beers available along with bottled and canned beers. We also have spirits, wines, ciders and soft drinks. So there is something for everyone.
The bar is dog friendly.
Open Tuesday – Saturday 12 – 5pm
Visit our beer shop selling bottled beers and cans, local gins and cider, merchandise and beer chutney. We have a great beer selection to drink in or take away.
Open Monday – Saturday 10.30 – 5:00 pm
|Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
* Brewery Shop - Monday to Saturday 10am - 5pm.
Brewery Tours - Tuesday to Saturday 11am and 2pm.
Flying Fox Bar - 3pm - 5pm.
Tours - £10.00 per person. Please note booking is recommended for all tours. Online booking is available on our website.
Tours last approximately 1 hour
We are located on Brewery Lane, just off Victoria Street, to the rear of Otley Road car park and opposite Bell Close car park. On foot from town centre walk through walkway, over Bell Close car park and across the road onto Brewery Lane.
On buses ask for stop nearest to Bell Close car park on Victoria Street. Accessible by Public Transport: Penrith station is 19 miles away.
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