St Peter's Brewery

The St. Peter’s Brewery company is based in an attractive range of traditional former agricultural buildings adjacent to St. Peter’s Hall. The brewery was created in 1996.

Siting the brewery at St. Peter’s was ideal because of the excellent water quality from their own deep bore-hole. Locally malted barley is used, together with Kentish hops to produce a range of classical English cask-conditioned ales. In addition the company produces a range of superb bottled beers.

The brewery brew 'traditional' beers - bitters, mild etc. - as well as some more unusual beers such as honey porter and fruit beer. (They are replicating what was common practice up to the Nineteenth Century to add fruits and honey to beers to create special seasonal brews.) Thus blackcurrant and gooseberry beers would be brewed when soft fruits were readily available while at Christmas-time dried fruits, spices and orange peel would be added to ceate a special Christmas Ale.

At St. Peter’s Brewery they aim to carry on traditional brewing practices but hope always to have something new and exciting for you to try.

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