Jennings Brewery Tour
Take a tour of the brewery and finish off by sampling some of Jennings' superb Lakeland ales in the Old Cooperage.
What makes it special
- Brewery tours
- Superb Lakeland ales
- Perfect for real ale lovers!
March - October
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 1.30pm
February, November and December Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 1.30pm
Adults - £9
OAPs (over 60) - £8
Children (over 12 years only) - £4.50
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