Charlotte Hargan, one of Lakeland Inns’ general managers, with the new Stringers bottles and mini-cask
Stringers Brewery is set to launch its beers in bottles and mini-casks after striking a deal with Cockermouth-based Bottled in Cumbria.
The move will also see a stout added to the brewery’s range.
Kirsty Mackenzie, managing director of Lakeland Inns, which owns the brewery, said: “Since Lakeland bought Stringers just over a year ago, we have invested huge sums in the brewhouse and in marketing the fantastic range of ales created by head brewer Jon Kyme and his team.
“We are now at a point where we are able to keep up with growing demand for our cask products, so we are looking at ways in which we can make our beers more accessible than ever.
“There has been plenty of feedback from our customers about what we should do next, and by far the most frequent of requests has been to make our beers available in bottles and also in mini-casks.
“So we will be doing just that. Our beers will be available to buy in bottles over the bar at all Lakeland Inns pubs, and also at pubs and retail outlets across the North West and beyond which decide to stock them.
“We will also be selling gift packs and mini-kegs in each of Lakeland Inns’ four pubs, and at local festivals.”