A LAKES brewery is back up and running and serving its hugely popular beers once again.

Jennings Brewery has began brewing again after nearly a four-month closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The famous Lakeland water was drawn once again as the brewery got up and running.

The Covid-19 crisis brought brewing to an abrupt halt in March, but the reopening of pubs this month has brought the team back together to supply the Lake District’s pubs with their favourite beers.

Jeremy Pettman, Head Brewer at Jennings, said it has been a 'strange time' for staff but it is 'great to be back brewing again'.

He said: “It’s been a strange time for us all over the last couple of months, but it’s great to be back brewing again.

"We’ve all missed being on site and look forward to supplying our customers and pubs with our beers. We can’t wait to get out and enjoy a pint or two at our favourite pubs around the Lakes.”

All of Jennings beers are made with pure Lakeland water drawn from the brewery’s own well.