It's great to be able to write about one of our events on our new blog page, even if it has taken me three attempts to do it.
We'll be having an open day on Saturday 10th September, starting at 10.30am and going on until 4.30pm. During that time you can attend one of the brewery tours, there's one in the morning and one in the afternoon. There will be some music in the form of Jacqui and her saxophone but we're not, on this occasion, doing food so do feel free to bring a picnic or avail yourselves of the newly opened cafe on the estate or "Smiffy's Munch" snackwagon.
Beers will be priced at £3 per pint except for the Doublethink DIPA which will be £3 per half.
Ashcan Rantings (4.2%)
Red Spider Rye (4.8%)
Doublethink DIPA (8.6%)
Pig Cubed Mango Saison (4.8%)
Skylarking Session IPA (4%)
Slow Black Oatmeal Stout (5.1%)
One more tap TBA
We're only 5 minutes walk for High Brooms railway station so why not take the train into town (one stop) and find out why Tunbridge Wells is being talked about as the craft beer town in Kent.
Described as a Georgian Gem, The Mount Edgcumbe has a gorgeous garden as well as four beers on hand pump whilst The Pantiles Tap is a favourite haunt of local landlords and Pig and Porter employees. It's described as a "craft beer paradise" with six cask lines, eight keg and a wall or local artisan cider; an absolute must visit. Like beer, cheese, charcuterie, gin and whisky? Fuggles Beer Cafe is the place for you. Maybe oysters or burgers are more your thing, if so look no further than Sankeys on Mount Ephraim. Finally, and nearest Tunbridge Wells station, The Bedford sports 11 handpumps so definitely one for the cask beer lover.
We look forward to seeing you