PUB and BEER TRAILS.....

Three to try in .......

In some places, larger towns mainly, only a few pubs have been visited and it seems a shame to ignore perfectly fine hostelries because of this. Therefore, as the title says, here are some to see during a quick visit.

The entrance to The Shakespeare is found down a lane off of the high street (many of the pubs in Kendal are found in 'yards') then up some stairs. It is a cosy pub, offering lunch time food, with an old feel to it - Inn since 1858. CAMRA (Westmorland) pub of the season.

Have a couple here

real ale : Tiger (Everads), London Pride, Directors, Flying Dutchman, Two Hoots, Old Peculiar
Botter : John Smiths
Lager : 1664, Fosters
Cider : Strongbow Guinness

The Rainbow is enetered down an alley and up the stairs. Carpeted seating area to the left, bar ahead and side bar, with pool, to right. Patio is off of the bar area. Trying to ofefr everything with one serving area.

Have one here

real ale : Landlord, Hobgobblin
Botter : John Smiths
Lager : Carling, Carlsberg, Stella
Cider : Strongbow Guinness 

Hidden down another alley , with no frontage to the main street, is The White Hart. There is some outsdie heating in the alley. Tall seating and pool to right, more comfy seats to left

Have one here

real ale : Old Stockport, Robinsons Double Hop, Hartley's Cumbria Way
Botter : John Smiths
Lager : Grlosch, Carling, Carlsberg,
  Fosters
Cider : Magners, Strongbow
  Guinness

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