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  • What do Kentish Ales have in common with Exmoor Blue Cheese?

    16 October 2012

    What does Kentish Ale have in common with Exmoor Blue Cheese, Whitstable Oysters or Melton Mowbray Pork Pies? Well apart from the fact that they all go together well to make a not quite traditional ploughman’s lunch there is a more significant relationship – all of these products have PGI status So what is PGI? 

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  • Cabaret Night at the Regency Matches Live Music to Great Wine

    15 October 2012

    Would you serve a robust Rioja with the Rolling Stones or a mellow Merlot with Manilow? Customers at the Regency Tavern in Brighton will find that pairing wine to food is a simple task compared to the complexity of matching wines with classic rock and pop songs.

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  • Shorncliffe Community Pub Benefits from £120,000 Investent

    13 October 2012

    Community pub The Nailbox, Shorncliffe, Folkestone has re-opened after a four-week, £120,000 transformation by brewers Shepherd Neame. 

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  • Pub of the Week - Cock Inn

    11 October 2012

     The Cock Inn, Boughton Monchelsea,is a picture postcard Elizabethan Inn. With oak beams, inglenooks, and wonkyfloors this is your quintessential English pub.

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  • Salutation Ale

    10 October 2012

    The Salutation at Sandwich celebrates it’s centenary this year. To commemorate the event  Dominic Parker from The Salutation came to the Brewery to brew  a special beer with me in the Pilot Brewery.I designed a recipe that would produce a traditional, old style, full, malty  flavour.

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