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A sample was taken to Marston's laboratory in Burton and a sufficiently large batch was made to start the first few brews at Cockermouth.

By the time she had evacuated the entire staff a few hours later, the water was waist-high and vehicles in the car park alongside the rivers were bobbing around like corks.

As well as the visitor centre, the cooperage, the yeast store and the power system were destroyed.

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There's white smoke coming out of the chimney," Jeremy Pettman says with a relieved smile.

"Customers said they didn't taste the same as when they were brewed in Cockermouth – and that was music to my ears, proving that cask beers have a unique taste due to their location." Sneck Lifter, a dark Porter-style beer named after the catch, or "sneck", on a Cumbrian pub door, was brewed at Marston's and had the famous sulphury aroma from the Burton water, which is never encountered in the Cockermouth version. "They came in their wellies and old clothes and cleaned the brewery up," she recalls.

"BT fixed the phone lines within a week so the telephone sales girls could start moving beer again." There was sufficient stock in the system to enable Jennings to supply its customers until new beer was ready.

The company won't give a precise figure as insurance is still being negotiated but we're talking of a six-figure sum.

Jeremy Pettman and his deputy head brewer Rebecca Adams believe in using the finest raw materials for their beers.

A container-load of beer destined for bottling was retrieved and racked into casks for pubs.

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