Kent CAMRA Beer Festival Guide 2015

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The official festival guide to Kent CAMRA's summer event. Contains beer and cider lists.

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Follow us on: CAMRA Kent Beer Festival @CAMRA_KBF41st Kent Beer Festival 3A very warm welcome to The Kent Beer Festival2015. The UKs second oldest CAMRA beerfestival this year is our 41st year and if last years40th anniversary celebrations are anything to goby, Im hoping that I can continue Gill Keaysfantastic work in keeping the Kent Beer Festivalas good as ever.We have our usual mix of great ales and cideralong with fantastic food and great entertainment.Our feature bar this year is The dark and fruitybar. As the name suggests I have attempted tosource a wide variety of dark milds, porters andstouts along with beer with added flavours. Thishad been done following feedback from previousyears, so I hope the range will be just the rightmix. If these beers are not to your preferencethen there are plenty of others to tempt you onour Kent bar (only beers sourced from the 32different Kent breweries) or from the Long barat the end of the barn, which has beers from allover the UK. Couple this with our fantastic Kentcider bar and our Foreign beer bar and this willgive you an unrivalled choice. Hopefully you willfind something new and interesting.I would like to thank all the volunteer staff fortheir support and assistance with helping me torun this festival, as without them there would beno festival. This goes for the organisingcommittee and the sponsors as well.Finally, a huge thank you to you! Our beer/ciderloving festival goers! I hope the 2015 festivalmeets and exceeds your expectations, and thatyou will come back again for many years to come.One sad piece of news is that this year we markthe passing of one of our most avid supportersand volunteers, Colin Soane. Colin worked onthe Kent bar as cellar man for many years andalways carried out his role without fuss and withgreat humour. He will be very sadly missed by usall. If you knew Colin then please join with us inraising a glass in his memory.Acknowledgements Thanks to Molly Clelandfor the Logo design and NattyMItchphotography for the photos used of last yearsfestival.Andy MitchellFestival OrganiserWelcometo the 41st Kent Beer festivalThursday July 23rd6.30pm to 8.15pmBreezersBlues BandBlues9.15-11.00pmThe Fabulous GrandadsCoversFriday July 24th6.45-8.45pmGypskazz Folk, Gypsy, Scar9.15pm to 11.00pmLost inMusic Covers party bandSaturday July 25th12.30pm - 2pmStringendo String quartet2pm - 5pmJuggle It All Childrens Entertainment 2.15pm to 3pm & 3.45pm to 4.30pmGreen Diesel Folk Rock5 to 7pmLandslide Country & Western7.15 to 9.00pmStraight Eight Jazz4 41st Kent Beer FestivalFestival EntertainmentThursday 23rd July18.30 - 23.005 (pay on the door or online)Friday 24th July12.00 - 16.00 Free Entry 18.30 - 23.00 8.00 (advance tickets only) Saturday 25th July12.00 - 21.00 5 (pay on the door)Admission Times & pricesThe terms beer, lager, ale and bitter are oftenconfused. To help you understand what theyactually mean and how varieties of beer differfrom one another, we have described how beer isproduced and the ingredients used.Water, grain, yeast and hopsWater is the main component of beer. Itnaturally contains dissolved salts that can affect abeers flavour: Soft London water makes goodstouts and the sulphur-rich waters of Burtonupon Trent are ideal for bitters.The usual grain for brewing is malted barley.Malting involves allowing the grain to just beginto germinate, starting the process of convertingthe starch into sugar. The germination isstopped by heat. By changing the temperatureand duration of the heat, a maltster can producelight malts, medium-dark malts with caramelflavour, or dark roasted malts. Other grains canbe used, such as wheat, oats, rye or rice.Variation in the grains and malts used will alterthe colour and flavour of the finished beer.Yeast is a single-celled organism that convertssugar to ethanol and carbon dioxide gas. In realale, this fermentation is the only source of gas inthe beer. The strain of yeast used can alsoinfluence the beers flavour profile, and manybreweries will guard their particular strain ofyeast carefully.Hops are the flowers of a climbing plant and areused in almost all beers made today. Theyprovide both bitterness and flavour. There aredozens of varieties of hops and the way they areused contributes to the beer's flavour.What is the difference between ale,beer and lager?These days, beer can refer to any style of ale or lager. In the past, ale meant a brew without hops,and beer one with hops. Now that hops arealmost universal, ale generally refers to beerproduced by 'top fermentation'. This isfermentation with a yeast that floats on top of theliquid, at temperatures up to 22C this createsthe rich variety of flavours. After primaryfermentation, the ale undergoes a slow secondaryfermentation in a cask. As it matures, the beerdevelops its flavour and a light natural carbonation. Lager is produced by bottom fermentation at lowertemperatures (614C). It is then stored for severalweeks or months at close to freezing, during whichtime the lager matures. Most mass-produced UKlagers are matured for very short periods.What is real ale?Real ale is a beer brewed from traditionalingredients (malted barley, hops, water andyeast), matured by secondary fermentation inthe container from which it is dispensed, andserved without the use of extraneous carbondioxide gas.Real ale should be served at cellar temperature(1114C), so the flavour of the beer can be best6 41st Kent Beer FestivalWhat isappreciated. You can recognise real ale in a pubas it is usually served using a handpump,although a number of pubs sell the beer straightfrom the cask using nothing but gravity as atthis festival.Real ale is also known as cask conditioned beer,real cask ale, real beer and naturally conditionedbeer. The term real ale and the above definitionwere coined by CAMRA in the early 1970s.What is the difference between realale and keg beer?Keg beer undergoes the same primaryfermentation as real ale but after that stage it isfiltered and/or pasteurised. No furtherconditioning takes place. The beer lacks anynatural carbonation that would have beenproduced by the secondary fermentation and socarbon dioxide has to be added artificially. Thiscan lead to an overly gassy product.What is craft beer?There is no definition of craft beer. Generally itimplies a beer from a smaller brewery with anemphasis on flavour, rather than a bland mass-market product. Craft beer has its origins in theUS microbrewery world our foreign beer barhas some fine examples from that side of theAtlantic. Many real ales are craft beer. What are bitter, mild, stout and porter?Ale style beers can be broken down further intovarious styles, although many beers are hard tofit into one of these categories. Weve chosen afew examples for each style.Milds are not very bitter and may be dark orlight. Although generally of a lower strength(less than 4%) they can also be strong. Flavourcomes from the malt so there is often a littlesweetness.Bitter is the most common beer style. Usuallybrown, tawny, copper or amber coloured, withmedium to strong bitterness. Light to mediummalt character may be present. Bitters arenormally up to 4% alcohol, whereas best bittersare above 4%.Golden ales are a relative newcomer, havingfirst appeared in the 1980s. These are paleamber, gold, yellow or straw coloured beers withlight to strong bitterness and a strong hopcharacter that creates a refreshing taste. Thestrength is generally less than 5.5%.India pale ale (IPA) originally appeared in theearly 19th century, and has enjoyed a resurgencein the past few years. First brewed in Londonand Burton upon Trent for the colonial market,IPAs were strong in alcohol and high in hops.So-called IPAs with strengths of around 3.5% arenot true IPAs. Look for juicy malt, citrus fruitand a big spicy, peppery bitter hop character,with strengths of 5% to much more. The recentappearance of Black IPAs has confused many,since they are definitely not pale.Porters and stouts are complex in flavour andtypically black or dark brown. The darknesscomes from the use of dark malts. These fullbodied beers generally have a pronounced bitterfinish. Historically a stout would have been anystronger beer, but the term evolved to mean astrong porter beer. In modern usage, the twoterms are used almost interchangeably, althoughstouts tend to have a roast character and be lesssweet than porters. They are usually 48% instrength.Barley wines range in colour from copper totawny and dark brown. They may have a highsweetness due to residual sugars although somebarley wines are fermented right out to give a dryfinish. They have an almost vinous appearance inthe glass and may have a strength of up to 12%.The fruity characteristics are balanced by amedium to assertive bitterness.What is beer?41st Kent Beer Festival 78 41st Kent Beer FestivalDark & Fruity BarKey for beer colour : Golden Pale Brown Dark Bexley Brewery ErithBlack Prince Porter 4.6%A rich dark ale with roasted vanilla aroma andchocolate /coffee flavoursBinghams BerkshireGinger Doodle Stout 5.0%A rich dark stout infused with root gingerHot Dog chilli Stout 5.0%A rich dark stout with accompanied with the warmafterglow of chilliCoffee Stout 5.0%Coffee compliment this rich stout to give a tasty mellowbeer Bristol Beer Factory BristolMilk Stout 4.5%Smooth chocolatey sweetness and bitter coffee with hints of berriesBurton Bridge Burton upon TrentDamson Porter 4.5%Damsons give this a good sweetness to bitter balance Canterbury Ales CharthamThe Merchants Ale 4.0%A smooth mild with gentle roast malts gives way to afruity finishCaveman Brewery SwanscombeShatkora 5.5%Made using the shatkora fruit (of Indian origin)grapefruit/lime flavoursCoach House WarringtonBanoffee 4.2%Lightly hopped beer with caramel and banana flavours Elland Yorkshire1872 Porter 6.5%A rich dark strong porter full of dark fruits and robustflavoursGoachers MaidstoneMild 3.4%Brewed with chocolate and black malts hopped withKent FugglesGoody Ales HerneGood Lord Porter 5.0%A rich full bodied Porter with a smooth coffee tingeand silky bitter finishGrafton WorksopMarmalady Orange 4.8%A deep golden ale infused with zingy marmalade Apricot jungle 4.8%Made with Beata Hops giving the ale its apricothoney/ almond tasteHumpty Dumpty NorwichLemon and Ginger 4.0%A crisp amber pale ale with a refreshing ginger andlemon tangKent Brewery West MallingZingiber 4.1%A light American hopped Ale with highlights of gingerBerry Mild Porter 4.8%A cross between a mild and a porter with more than ahint of berriesMad Cat Brewery BrogdaleMild Disobedience 4.0%A naughty little mild with fruits of the forest flavoursand mild bitter tonesMillis Brewing South DarenthKentish Dark Mild 3.5%A roasted malty dark mild with a smooth finishTheives n' Fakirs Porter 4.3%A Fruity full bodied dark porterMusket Brewery MaidstoneCock and Stock 4.0%A dark red ruby ale. Great malty flavours with goodlong bitter notes41st Kent Beer Festival 9Nelson Brewey Chatham DockyardBlackcurrant Mild 4.0%A dark mild brewed wil mild malts and freshblackcurrantsPursers Pussy Porter 4.8%A traditional London style porter hopped with Fugglesand GoldingsOld Dairy Brewery TenterdenDark side of the Moo 7.0%A formidable Imperial stout from the dark side. Silver Top 4.5%A smooth creamy stout with flavours of chocolatecoffee and liquoricePig and Porter Tunbridge WellsSummer Stout 4.2%Black and roasty with American hops to give an easydrinking beerSwan on the Green West PeckhamGinger Swan 3.6%A pale session beer with added root ginger for a nicespicy finishTir Dhn Dhlas DoverReal Irish Porter 6.1%Made from an old Irish recipe . This punchy stout isvery more-ishTitanic Brewery StaffordshireChocolate and Vanilla Stout 4.5%An rich opulent stout with added chocolate andMadagascan vanillaCherry Dark 4.4%A black bitter infused with cherries to give a longpleasing after tasteTonbridge Brewery East PeckhamEbony Moon 4.2%A quaffable porter with a pronounced rich maltinessWantsum Brewery HersdenBlack Prince Mild 3.9%A rich full bodied kent mild, smooth on the pallet with subtle hop notesGalgotha Stout 5.5%A broad malt base leads to hints of blackcurrant,liquorice and cedarWhitstable Brewery Graft GreenBlack Lager 4.7%Combines the depth of a stout with the lightness of aCzech lagerOyster Stout 4.5%A classic stout with chocolate /mocha flavours and avelvety finishRaspberry Wheat Beer 5.2%A deep red and naturally cloudy beer. Just burstingwith raspberries!Rockin Robin MaidstoneMildly Rockin 3.7%Using a blend of Kentish hops delivering a beautifulrounded bitternessShepherd Neame FavershamRed Sails Cherry Porter 4.0%This rich dark smooth porter is packed full of KentishMorello cherriesDark & Fruity BarAttwells St Nicholas-at WadeBitter Sweet Mosaic 4.2%American Style Pale ale has strong bitterness, sweetaromas and grapefruit tasteHoodeners 4.3%a very easy drinking Amber Ale with berry like flavoursfloral aromas and good depthBexley ErithBob 4.2%Bexley's Own Beer- Gentle bittering and a softsweetness gives this a great balanceCanterbury Ales CharthamWife of Bath Ale 3.9%A crisp spicy golden bitter. With Citrus hops and along dry finishCanterbury Brewers CanterburyCanterbury Pale 4.0%A refreshing pale ale with good bitterness and wellbalanced with good hoppingGalaxy 3.5%Heavily hopped using Galaxy hops with subtle bitternessLoco IPA 3.9%A Tongue ripper hoppy: session IPACaveman Brewery SwanscombeNeanderthal 4.4%Full of roast and caramel malt flavours and traditionalKent hopsRomney Marsh Brewery New RomneyRomney Golden 3.9%Spicy and citrus notes from Challenger and Pilot hopsRomney Amber 4.4%The brewery's "flagship ale" citrus and tropical flavourswith a hint of caramelG2 AshfordOtava 5.7%A well hopped fragrant beer with lovely malty overtones.Vela 4.2%A refreshing pale golden beer with spicy hop and citrusnotesGoachers MaidstoneSilver Star 4.2%Hopped with choice Kent Fuggles. Crisp and clean onthe palate with a dry finishFine Light Ale 3.7%A pale amber light bitter with floral hop character andsatisfying finish Goodey Ales HerneGenesis 3.5%Award winning ruby red single hopped beer, with fullflavour a good bitter finishHopdaemon NewnhamGolden Braid 3.7%A refreshing golden ale with hint of citrus andmarmalade leads to a clean crisp finishGreen Daemon 5.0%A golden Helles beer with lush tropical fruit andcrisp finishSkrimshander IPA 4.5%This copper coloured pale Ale is fruity with a hint ofspicy hop. A smashing pint!Hop Fuzz West HytheMartellp 3.8%A hoppy copper ale brewed with the fruitiest cascadehops and rich caramel maltsOld American Pale Ale 4.2%Notes of tangerine and grapefruit followed up with anice rounded bitternessIsla Vale Ale Smiths MargateGolding delicious 3.8%A light copper ale. Slight malty sweetness and plentyof East Kent Golding HopsCock a snook 4.6%This dark golden ale has good hop aroma and hints offruitKent Brewery West MallingBeers on the Dark and Fruity Bar - p8-9Larkins Brewery ChiddingstoneTraditional 3.4%A traditional tawny session ale. Surprisingly plentifulin character for such a low ABVBest Bitter 4.4%Notes of summer fruits and caramel give way to a longbitter malt finish10 41st Kent Beer FestivalKey for beer colour : Golden Pale Brown Dark Kent Breweries BarSponsored by:Mad Cat Brewery BrogdaleSpecial Relationship 4.8%British and American hops combine to give a hoppyspicy and fruity ale.Millis Brewing South DarenthGolden Wobbler 4.1%Pale golden mid strength hops . Light spiciness withgrapefruitMusket Brewery MaidstoneTrigger Kentish Pale Ale 3.6%An easy drinking hoppy pale ale with good flavour andlong after tasteMuzzleloader 4.5%A full bodied bitter which gives a faint spicy aroma ofwell seasoned logs.Nelson Brewery Chatham DockyardNelsons Blood 6.0%A strong malty ale. Slightly nutty and fruity with awarming aftertasteGemstone MaidstoneSunstone 4.1%A light golden bitter which is refreshing and satisfying.Perfect for summer drinkingOld Dairy Brewery TenterdenCattle Shed (Launching at KBF) 4.5%An extremely hoppy and delicious American Pale alewith distinctive citrus hop characterBlue Top IPA 4.8%A satisfying bitterness combined with caramel maltsand a hint of citrus - perfectPig and Porter Tunbridge WellsCrab and Winkle Pale Ale 3.0%Lighter in alcohol but still good flavours of lemon andhints of palma violetRamsgate Brewery RamsgateGadds No 3 5.0%A premium golden ale. Pineapple and spice on thenose with a dry zesty fruity tasteGadds No 5 4.4%A deep amber colour. A fruity, toffee/pineapple nosewith a dry bitter flavourFestivale 3.8%Tropical fruit dominate the nose white pale ale maltscreate a good structure and bodyRipple Steam Brewery DoverClassic IPA 4.5%With an aroma of newly mown grass. This full bodiedIPA has great depth of flavourRockin Robin MaidstoneReckless Robin ESB 4.5%An ESB that delivers a hoppy punch, well balancedwith soft fruitShepherd Neame FavershamMasterbrew 3.7%Toffee and hoppy on the nose with a dry bitter andfruity flavourKents best Invicta Ale 4.1%caramel and hops on the nose with a good depth offlavour and fruity bitter after tasteTir Dha Ghlas DoverPigs Ear Summer Ale 3.7%A refreshing and quaffable summer beerTonbridge Brewery East PeckhamTonbridge Traditional Ale 3.6%An easy drinking traditional ale with a light fruityaroma.A typically English aleWantsum Brewery HersdenRavening Wolf 5.9%Toasted biscuit and rye malt flavours support pinelemon and hop crispnessWesterham Brewery Crockham HillSummer Pearl 3.8%Floral, lemon and spicy aroma with a fresh zesty dry finish1965.. 4.8%fruity malty and apricot notes on the nose with awarming full dry finishGrass Hopper 3.8%Toffee malty and floral on the nose good intenseflavour with dry finishSpirit of Kent 4.0%A golden ale with hints of mandarin on the nose and agood earthy bitter finishWhitstable Brewery Grafty GreenEast India Pale Ale 4.1%A vibrant aromatic hoppy beer with good citrusflavours - a lovely beer!Swan on the Green West PeckhamChinook 4.5%41st Kent Beer Festival 11Kent Breweries BarAndwell Hook HampshireKing John 4.2%Chestnut brown with a fruity resinous hoppy nose andmature fruit and a malty dry finishBespoke Mitcheldean GloucestershireOver a barrel 5.0%A rich fruity strong ale with a generous peppery finishof Goldings hopsBeartown Congleton CheshireBear Ass 4.0%A ruby red beer which is fruity on the nose andsmooth and dry with a hint of fruit on the palateBlackedge Horwich BoltonSession Pale 3.5%A light golden fruity beer. Refreshing and easydrinkingBlack Hole Burton-upon-TrentRed Dwarf 4.5%A sweet fruit start, where the malt is push aside by thebig hop flavours which dominate Black Sheep Masham North YorksHoptacular 3.6%A Golden pale ale with a refreshing flavour and bighop explosion on the palateBox Steam Trowbridge WiltsPiston Broke 4.5%A hoppy and zesty golden Ale. Ideal for summerdrinkingBushys Isle of ManManx Bitter 3.8%A fine balance between malt and hops give a vibrantclean and fresh beer Cairngorm AviemoreSheepshaggers Gold 4.5%An exceptional continental style beer with good bodyand refreshing after taste.Concrete Cow Milton KeynesCock n Bull 4.1%A biscuity malty flavour. Nice balance between hopsand malt. A good traditional English aleCotleigh SomersetBarn Owl 4.5%Award winning copper beer with toffee and vanillaflavours and a nutty malt finishCumbrian Langdale 4.0%A refreshing beer with flavours of English fruit andmarmalade and a long bitter finishDaleside HarrogateOld Legover 4.1%Ruby red ale. A Citrus fruity and floral nose withmature fruit and dry finishDark Star Partridge Green West SussexHop Head 3.8%A delightful clean drinking pale golden ale with hintsof elderflower and a good full bodied flavourFilo HastingsCrofters Best Bitter 3.8%A fine quaffing amber ale with a refreshing nuttyflavour and just enough dryness on the finishFuzzy Duck LancashireCunning Stunt 4.3%An single hopped amber ale . Blackcurrant/herbalnose and full satisfying flavourHastings St Leonards -on-SeaSession Pale 3.7%A light and refreshing beer with good combination ofnew world hops gives a fruity/spicy flavourHepworth Horsham West SussexIron House 4.8%This densely flavoured premium bitter gives a fullrounded flavour with a good hoppy noseHop Back Salisbury WiltsCitra 4.0%A gold thirst quenching ale has citrus fruits and a crispdry bitterness on the finishNational Breweries Bar12 41st Kent Beer FestivalKey for beer colour : Golden Pale Brown Dark Summer Lightening 5.0%This straw coloured bitter has a fresh hoppy aromaleads to intense bitterness and a long dry finishMauldons Sudbury SuffolkMid Summer Gold 4.0%A light crisp ale brewed using East Anglian malt andFirst Gold hops to give a refreshing beerOakham PeterboroughInferno 4.0%This light Ale flickers complex fruits across the palateleaving a dry fruity bitter finishJeffrey Hudson Bitter 3.8%A golden beer beautifully citrus on the nose balancedwith good dry hoppiness on the palatePortobello LondonWestway Pale ale 4.0%A clear deep golden coloured ale. Aroma and flavour ismalty with fruity and grassy hop notesReedley Hallows Burnley LancashirePendleside 4.0%Aromas of grapefruit, citrus and pine are evident inthis blonde ale with fruity citrus flavoursRCH Western-super-MarePitchfork 4.3%A golden ale with floral hop aromas. A hoppy fruitytaste that is slightly sweet yet moreishStrathaven Ales StrathavenAvondale Amber 4.0%An amber ale with stunning floral aromas and subtlebitter finishSt Georges WorcesterBy George 3.6%A pale golden ale, gentle on alcohol yet full bodied andflavoursome with strong floral and citrus notesThree Castles Pewsey Vale WiltsSummer Daze 3.6%A blonde beer with stacks of ripe juicy flavours andvibrant fruity aromas with a fine dry finishTring HertfordshireFanny Ebbs Summer Ale 3.9%A crisp refreshing Ale both crisp and dry with citrushop aroma from the Saaz and Cascade hopsTwickenham Fine Ales TwickenhamNaked Ladies 4.4%An outstanding hoppy beer Chinook, Pilgrim andCeleia hops used to give a full flavour and good bodyWoodfordes NorwichWherry 3.8%Fresh and zesty with crisp floral flavours with abackground of sweet malt and citrus bitter finish41st Kent Beer Festival 13National Breweries BarPlease note all out beer contains Gluten andpossibly other allergens that may effect certaincustomers. Food Concession will also haveallergens present in their menus. Please if you haveany doubts regarding the content of any food ofdrink contact a member of the organising staff orthe concession concerned prior to purchase.AllergenInformation14 41st Kent Beer Festival10% OFFCAMRA MEMBERS!all Canterbury Brewers beers atCanterbury Brewers at the Foundry Brew PubWhite Horse LaneCanterbury CT1 2RUwww.thefoundrycanterbury.co.ukCity ArmsReal Ale, Real Food,Real Pub7 Butchery Lane, Canterbury, CT1 2JRwww.thecityarmspub.co.ukPlease ask the serving staff for Alcohol By Volumeinformation or check the box ends at the bar.Beardspoon AshfordCiderfect 7.0%KC Tribute 6.0%Undeciderd 6.5%Biddenden BiddendenBushells 6.0%Kentish Cider medium 8.0%Dry 8.0%Big Tree MeophamAppley Ever After 5.8%Lisping Cowboy 5.8%Broomfield Orchard HerneSweet 7.0%Medium 7.0%Core Fruits CharthamRaspberry Cider 5.5%Strawberry Cider 5.5%Hardcore Cider 7.5%Double Vision MaidstoneSweet 7.4%Medium 7.4%Dry 7.4%Perry 6.0%Duddas Tun DoddingtonSweet 5.5%Original (Medium) 7.5%Pear O Duddas (Perry) 5.5%Disco 5.3%Dry 5.5%East Stour Cider Co MershamDry 6.4%Medium 6.4%Perry 5.8%Cherry Perry 5.0%Gibbet Oak TenterdenFalstaff Bramley (Dry) 6.0%Tenterden Cider (Dry) 6.0%Russet Cider (Dry) 7.5%Perry (Medium Dry) 5.7%Green Oak Wladershare DoverPearsons Pride (Medium) 6.5%Scrumpylicious 7.0%Mulled Cider 7.5%Johnsons SheernessMarsh Monkey 7.5%Summer Daze 7.8%Kent Cider Company CanterburyStrawberry Cider (medium Sweet) 5.0%Russet Cider (Dry) 8.0%Bramley (Dry) 6.0%Blend 23 (Medium) 6.0%Discovery (Medium) 5.0%Elderflower (Medium) 5.5%Gala (Medium Dry) 6.0%Spiced (Medium Sweet) 5.5%Toffee Apple (Medium) 5.5%Pear Cider (Medium) 6.0%Kentish Pip BeksbourneCraftsman (Medium Dry) 5.5%Ginger (Medium) 4.0%Elderflower (Dry) 4.0%Vintage (Medium Sweet) 6.0%Forager (Medium Berry cider) 4.0%Kingswood Kingstone Brain Biter (Medium) 6.8%Brain Biter (Dry) 6.8%Blackcurrant 6.0%Cherry 6.0%Chilli 6.0%Ginger 6.0%Cider & Perrycontinued overleafSPONSORED BY:16 41st Kent Beer FestivalEstablished in 1604, The Unicorn Inn has since been a main featureof Canterbury in its many forms. 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