Hawkshead Brewery, based in Staveley Yard, near Kendal, is set to grow further.
The brewery has agreed to an investment deal with Liverpool drinks company – Halewood Wines and Spirits.
Under the deal, Hawkshead will build a new brewery, expand production and find new routes to market its popular beers.
The brewery, founded in 2002, by former BBC Correspondent Alex Brodie is going from strength to strength..
The much-loved Lake District brewery currently brews one million litres of beer a year.
In 2006, the brewery moved from its original base in Hawkshead to Staveley near Kendal and built its well-loved beer hall.
Subsequently, the business opened a further facility at Flookburgh, Cumbria.
As a result, they built the very popular beer hall (pictured) winning numerous brewing awards along the way.
Hawkshead Brewery is preparing to open its doors again to the public following the Covid lockdown.
The beer hall is set to open on April 12th in line with government guidance.
It has been announced that the Lakeland brewery has launched a range of locally made spirits, distilled at Hawkshead brewery.
The spirits, aged in barrels that previously held ale and porter, have added a distinctive and unique flavour.
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