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Pub and Brewery News

The last 3 month’s news

Chupito's (Lancaster) has changed its name to "Generation"

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The Bay Horse (Arkholme) has been sold to a villager.

The Taps on the Green (Carnforth) is closed for refurbishment and also for sale.

The Dragons Head (Whittington) is for sale.

The Highwayman (Nether Burrow) reopened on 15 September, little altered but no longer a Thwaites pub and with a better choice of beer.

The Kenlis Arms (Barnacre) has reopened, contrary to expectation.

The King’s Arms (Morecambe) is closed for refurbishment, reopening 23 November.

After some uncertainty, it seems that the New Inn (Clapham) is now being run by Craft Union, EI's management arm.

The Tap House (Lancaster) has been sold to Trust Inns.

The Station (Ribblehead) appears to be closed. Does anyone have any details?

Sphere Bar. (Lancaster) has been transformed into the Cornerhouse, with eight handpumps.

The Old Stables (Lancaster) has opened as "Accidental Brewery". Only brews cloudy keg but has two cask Hawkshead ales.

There is a new bar called V12 (Garstang) (near Aldi). All beer in bottles, some of it Farm Yard.

Horner Brothers Brewery: Have now started producing cask ales. Production has moved to Heysham.

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