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LARKINS
BREWERY
Our Beers

 

Regular Beers

Larkins Brewery traditional bitter label
TRADITIONAL: ABV 3.4%

Our staple bitter and best seller. This smooth Kentish style tawny session bitter provides a pleasing balance of our own hops and malt, with a surprisingly plentiful character for a beer of such low ABV. An entirely sensible drink and a staple of the house beer pump in all the best local houses.
Larkins Brewery Pale Ale
LARKINS PALE: ABV 4.2%

A full flavoured Kentish-style pale ale, packed with hops grown on Larkins Farm and with not a hint of grapefruit! This latest addition to the Larkins range is the colour of malt whisky, and is available year round.
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BEST BITTER: ABV 4.4%

This rich fruity ale is slightly darker and sweeter than the Traditional. Notes of summer fruits and caramel give way to a long bitter malt finish.

Seasonal Beers

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Green Hop Best: ABV 4.0%: (October)

This seasonal delicacy is only available for a couple of short weeks in October. Made from hops that are brewed with on the day they are picked and therefore not dried, the fresh hops add unique qualities to the beer. A surprising and slightly astringent drink, despite only having been produced since 2013, Green Hop Best is already carving out a reputation for itself with a coveted 'Champion Beer of the Festival' award at the 2014 CAMRA/Spa Valley Railway event in Tunbridge Wells.
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Porter: ABV 5.2% (November-March)

The local beer with an international reputation! This rich, satisfying porter has won many an award and has the honour of being included in Roger Protz's acclaimed guide, '300 Beers to Try Before You Die'. The drink itself has an intense aroma of roasted grain, pungent hop resins and bitter chocolate. Dark dried and vinous fruits coat the palate, balanced by roasted grain and peppery hops. The finish is long, dry, bitter and satisfying. A beer to be taken most seriously!