East Coast Pale Ale
An island once sat within the grounds of the Brewery in Faversham Creek.
Over the centuries much strange cargo landed here, including 'one bear and his keeper'.
Bear Island salutes our great trading past blending Cascade and Amarillo hops imported from the US with native British Boadicea hops.
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Cascade and Amarillo hops imported from the US combine with native British Boadicea hops, in this deep gold American Pale Ale. Light caramel notes meld with a robust bitterness, boasting citrus, pine and fruit aromas.
|Bloomsbury Tavern, London||Star Inn, Guildford||Pier 5, Chatham|
|Duke of Wellington, Belgravia||Botany Bay Hotel, Broadstairs||Spanish Galleon, Greenwich|
|Duke of York, Southwark||Conningbrook Hotel, Ashford||Spitfire, West Malling|
|Freemasons Arms, Covent Garden||Dog and Bear Hotel, Lenham||Sun Inn, Faversham|
|George, Soho||Royal Hotel, Deal||Wharf, Dartford|
|Jamaica Wine House, London||Bricklayers Arms, Bromley||Albion Taverna, Faversham|
|Mabels Tavern, Kings Cross||Black Boy, Sevenoaks||Ye Olde Beverlie, Canterbury|
|Old Doctor Butlers Head, London||Bishops Finger, Canterbury||Limes, Faversham|
|Rose and Crown, Blackfriars||Singleton Barn, Ashford||Parrot, Canterbury|
|Tom Cribb, London||Manor Farm Barn, Southfleet||Royal, Tankerton|
|Westminster Arms, London||Millers Arms, Canterbury||Shakespeare, Canterbury|
|White Horse and Bower, London||Crown Inn, Chislehurst||Vine Inn, Tenterden|
|Britannia, Guildford||Crown, Blackheath|
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The iconic hop gardens of Kent surround our Faversham Brewery, inspiring our brewers to create award-winning, distinctive beer.
If you're looking for cask, keg or bottled ales, whether using traditional or perhaps more unusual ingredients, we have something that will intrigue and delight in equal measure.