Kent's Best Invicta Ale

Kent's Best Invicta Ale delivers the distinctive taste of the hop country, made with natural ingredients and mineral water from Britain's oldest county.

Pump clips for this classic hoppy Kentish bitter feature a white horse rampant, the symbol of Kent, which can be traced back to Hengist and Horsa the legendary leaders of the first Anglo-Saxon-Jutish settlers in Britain.

Brewed at the Court Street brewery, Faversham, where classic Kent ales have been made since 1698, Kent's Best Invicta Ale is a medium-bodied and well-balanced cask conditioned beer.

Beer Information

Kent's Best Invicta Ale

500ml Bottle, 9 gallon Firkin, 18 gallon Kilderkin

Tasting Notes

An ambient bitter, which successfully merges the biscuity sweetness of English malt with the fruity, floral bitterness of locally grown hops from the Kent countryside, to give a clean, satisfying and moreish drink ( to quaff, effortlessly, among friends).
Tasting notes by beer writer Ben McFarland


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