'The Last Drop'
from Friday 28 November
(available only in cask in Rolvenden)
Before leaving our Rolvenden site and moving to Tenterden, The Old Dairy Brewery brewed a special one off beer called The Last Drop, which was the very last beer we brewed at Rolvenden – making this beer a very special one-off.
The Last Drop is a 5.8 Pale Ale and will only be available in cask in the two pubs in Rolvenden – The Star (which took the very first cask of Red Top from the brewery when it started brewing) and The Bull from Friday 28 November for approximately one week (or until the beer has all been drunk!). Each pub has 2 firkins of The Last Drop – so why not pop down to Rolvenden to sample this special one off brew – while stocks last.
To celebrate The Last Drop, the following will be happening in Rolvenden:
- Friday 28 November – The Star will be offering a pie (made with The Last Drop) and a pint of The Last Drop for £5 and for every pint sold they will be donating £1 to the Kent Air Ambulance.
- Saturday 29 November - The Bull will be offering the a special offer on their Pizzas. Buy a pint of Last Drop and get 25% off a pizza.
- The Star and The Bull will be selling the Last Drop at £3.10 and there will be a 50p discount on this beer for card carrying CAMRA members.
- The Last Drop will be available in bottles (bottle conditioned) in the shop in Rolvenden as from 28 November – Linklaters. The bottles will be on general sale and in our Brewery Shop as from Monday 1 December.
So look forward to seeing you in Rolvenden to sample some of our Last Drop.
Brewery Shop open: Monday – Friday – 10 am – 4 pm - Website
Old Dairy Brewery
Tenterden Station Yard
Tenterden, Kent TN30 6HE
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