Keswick Adventures Blog

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Keswick Adventures Blog

News and information about our activities and the local area

Keswick Adventures Ale: A Beer for your Adventure


After months of planning, we’re delighted to reveal Keswick Adventures Ale, a fantastic beer to make your adventure a little more special!

It’s no secret that we love to stop off for a fresh pint after a hard day’s adventuring in the Lake District. Keswick has some brilliant pubs where you can sit by an open fire, relax in a beer garden, and select from large drinks menus.

But, we thought, what if our fantastic adventurers fancied a drink when they’re out and about? Maybe to celebrate the completion of a challenge, or to raise a toast to their stag or a birthday girl? So, after speaking with a local brewery, we came up with Keswick Adventures Ale, a full-bodied beer that’ll keep you refreshed once you’ve finished ghyll scramblingraft buildingkayaking, or any other of our excellent adventures.

Ale on your Adventure

Two men drinking Keswick Adventures ale

If you’d like to add something a little different to your day of adventure activities, then get in touch  to find out more about our ale add-on. You can order bottles for your group, to be opened at the end of any outdoor activity with us. We’ll pick the perfect spot for everyone to sit back in the countryside, admire the view, and discuss the day.

We also offer Prosecco as an alternative if you would prefer. Or mix-and-match the two so that everyone gets a taste of their preferred tipple.

These are particularly great for stag doshen dos and team building activities. A little something extra to round off a perfect day. What could be better!

Coming Soon

Keswick Adventures Ale is just the start! If beer isn’t your thing, then watch this space for Keswick Adventures’ very own gin. We’re looking forward to offering these exciting extras to make your Lake District adventure activity even more special.


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