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Barlick Brewery

Barnoldswick, known colloquially as Barlick is where the brewery gets its name. The idea to set up a microbrewery stems from years of home craft brewing and the great responses from people who have tried it.

As a result, Barlick Brewery is the first brewery set-up in the Pendle area for around 30 years, and is already proving very popular with a regular beer on the bar at the Greyhound in Barnoldswick.

The aim of the brewery is not to try and compete with the big boys but to offer good quality locally brewed real ales to compliment the great varity we already have within this area, such as Timothy Taylors, Copper Dragon, Moorhouse's and Naylor's to name but a few, these are all top quality breweries which just means we have to make beers to the same exacting standards!

Address: Manchester Road, Barnoldswick , BB18 5PW
Maps: 1:25,000 | Street Map
Tel: 07722 388155
Web: Barlick Brewery
E-mail: Barlick Brewery
Regular Ales:
Barlicker Bitter (3.6%), Hare of the Dog (3.7%), Rag Albert (3.8%)
Specials:
Folly Blonde, Ghyll Guzzler, Magic Badger
  [updated 02/05/12 by PB]
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