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The recipe of a legendry Kendal ale “ Laal Finkle”, has been lost for centuries, until now. An ancient map belonging to brewer Amber Reek has turned up.
A visit to the site of many of Kendal's pubs will reveal the hidden location of this brewing treasure, and possibly the key to a fortune as big brewers will pay handsomely for the recipe.
Kendal Pub Trail
It was once said that wherever you were in Kendal you could see the roof of a pub On this Trail you must find the answers to clues around the pubs of Kendal to see if you can find the location of the recipe of legendry ale “Laal Finkle” Whilst this is a fictitious tale, you may win a cash prize if you submit the correct answer to the mystery. The Trail starts at The Ring O’ Bells in Kirkland, taking in 20 pub locations along the way. The Trail has been set with clues outside the pubs, only two need to be entered. Please be aware this Trail has not been written as a pub crawl, it is a journey through Kendal’s past The route is not circular, but ends not far from the start. The Trail follows pavements; there is one step climb and descent, unfortunately making this trail unsuitable for wheelchairs users. Along the way are a number of opportunities to take refreshments at a number of cafes, pubs and restaurants if you need refuelling. This is a walking Trail of 2.5 miles which should take about 2 hours.
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