We have held the Cask Marque Award since 2007
Larkin's and Harvey's Best Real Ales in Tunbridge Wells are always available
Larkin's was founded in 1986 using a 10 barrel brewplant, and former Kentish Ales brewery at Rusthall. They moved to their current location on the family farm in 1990 in
Chiddingstone some 3 miles away.
Larkin's Traditional Alcohol 3.4% vol.
Tawny in colour full tasting hoppy ale with plenty of character for its strength.
The name of Harvey has long been associated with the supply of beers, wines and spirits in Sussex. Records of 1794 recall the delivery of Old Red Port, Sherry and Claret within a
twenty mile radius of the medieval town of Lewes. However, it was under the management of John Harvey (1784-1862) that the Bridge Wharf Brewery was established on its present site by the River Ouse,
overlooking Cliffe Bridge, Lewes.
Sussex Best Bitter Alcohol 4.0% vol.
Winner of the First Prize Gold Medal at the International Brewers' Exhibition in 1980, this beer is brewed to an original gravity of 1036 - 1040 from a recipe which has evolved over
many years. It is a full, well-hopped bitter with a reputation that exceeds the borders of its native and adjoining counties.