Kendal Calling has revealed its Kendale Trail, an interactive route through great North West pubs, with a chance to win the ultimate music and ale fan experience at the festival.
The prize will include four weekend tickets, a £200 bar tab, and an on-site pub named after the lucky winner.
To celebrate 15 years of the festival, organisers have teamed up with Lancaster Brewery to launch the trail. The route winds its way around the North West’s best drinking spots, who will all now be serving the festival’s own Kendale IPA, with 10p of every pint sold donated to Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Ranging from The Old Post Office Ale House, in Castleton, all the way up to Kendal staple The New Union, or across to the Royal Oak, in Wigan, it’s a pub-lovers dream.
The Kendale Trail gives customers who buy six pints of Kendale IPA the chance to win the ultimate music and ale fan experience at Kendal Calling. All Kendale Trailers have to do is pick up a limited edition Kendale beer mat from one of the Kendale pubs, collect six Kendal stamps from selected pubs, and send a photo of your fully-stamped beer mat to Kendal Calling Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org by June 30.
There are six unique Kendale stamps available from certain pubs on the trail, named after six artists performing at the festival — Supergrass, Stereophonics, Foals, Primal Scream, Blossoms, and Dizzee Rascal. Kendale Trailers can find out where to get their stamps using Kendal Calling’s own pub finder, entering their postcode to see where their nearest Kendale pub is.
Licensee at the No 10 Ale House, Adam Morland, said: “The team at No 10 Ale House is so excited to be part of Kendal Calling’s Kendale Trail, to celebrate 15 years of the festival. Kendal Calling has a special place in mine and my wife’s heart, as we got engaged there at our first festival together!”