Two years ago my wife and I visited the Lake District in England. We spent one of our afternoons touring the Jennings Brewery in Cockermouth. The brewery has been on this site since the 1870's. It was quite a good time and the guide really knew about the beers. I forget %s but most of their beer goes out as cask conditioned, with some sent out by tanker truck to be bottled. I really liked all their beers other than Cumberland Ale, which I thought was a little bland, but it is a light bodied session beer.http://www.jenningsbrewery.co.uk/
30 barrel fermenter (I think) with yeast blowing off.
A peek in a fermenter
The mash tun
The old mash tun. They couldn't remove it without tearing out a wall so there it stays.
A truckload of casks on their way out.
Here I am, pretending like I can pull a pint through a beer engine. Sneck Lifter is a fantastic beer, btw. Dark, malty, slightly sweet. Northern Brown, I guess, if I I had to peg it to a style. I've got a clone attempt fermenting right now.