Seasonal Draught Beers

In 1990 we were the first brewery to publish a seasonal brew programme having taken the decision to brew Tom Paine each July.

These beers can be purchased on draught in our brewery shop in Lewes or in bottles online.

Brewed to celebrate the return to Lewes of Rodin’s world famous sculpture The Kiss in 1999. The brew also marks St. Valentine’s Day. A light coloured honeyed brew from a…

Harveys Porter is brewed from Henry Harvey’s recipe dating from 1859. It contains Pale Ale Malt, Crystal Malt, Black Malt, locally grown hops and our own spring water and yeast….

This intensely hoppy, ruby ale was first brewed in April 2010 for St.Georges Day. However, the label actually commemorates a lesser known hero, Dr Gideon Mantell, the original Father of…

This ruby coloured light mild imparts a delicate hop fragrance on the nose. Originally brewed in 1995 to celebrate the 21st anniversary of this local women’s team of Morris Dancers….

Knots of May Pump Clip
May

Copperwheat is a wheat beer brewed with malted wheat, malted barley and English hops. Harveys own brewing liquor and yeast strain is employed but the result is a very continental…

Tom Paine is a premium dry hopped bitter named after the celebrated radical who lived in Lewes in the late eighteenth century. Brewed to commemorate the bicentenary of Thomas Paine’s…

Best Standard Dark Ale in the 2008 World Beer Awards. A traditionally full, malty ‘Brown Ale’ with a creamy head. Mild hop notes with a lingering biscuity sweet palate give…

This is an all-malt single hop brew, using freshly harvested Sussex fuggles together with our own spring water to give a ‘taste of the South Downs.’

This premium bitter is reminiscent of our successful Tom Paine ale. It was first brewed to mark the Eastbourne Beer Festival in October 2004 and best served chilled. A strong,…

Harveys first brewed and bottled Bonfire Boy (then ‘Firecracker’) as a tribute to the emergency services following the fire in July 1996 which destroyed the brewery shop and offices. We…

Voted ‘World’s Best Dark Barley Wine’ at the World Beer Awards 2012. This strong dark barley wine is reminiscent of the strong ‘stock ales’ drunk during the eighteenth and nineteenth…

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