More pints could soon be pulled at Rushden Lakes under plans to open a craft beer bar there.
The vacant unit L8 at the retail destination, near the cinema, currently has planning permission to be a restaurant but a bid has gone in to change its use to a drinking establishment.
It is intended that, if permission is granted, that the unit will be occupied by a craft beer operator.
The Hopmaster General, who already have a bar in College Street, announced on social media they would be bringing a second Hopmaster to the retail park.
The bar will offer a "range of bespoke and individual beers, ales and other beverages" with a small seating area at the front of the 279 sq m unit.
It will also sell snacks and a limited range of hot meals.
A planning statement said: "The proposed craft beer operator will provide a high quality drink and food offer catered towards visitors and staff at Rushden Lakes, complementing the contemporary and mixed-use character of the leisure building."
If approved the bar would sit alongside big-name restaurants including TGI Fridays and Nando's as well as the family-run Blue Mountain Yard.
It would open seven days a week from 10am to midnight.
Plans added: "The unit will be the first of its kind at Rushden Lakes and help establish a wet led offer at the site."
Plans for a large extension to the west of the retail park, to be called Rushden Living, are currently under consideration.