Harvey’s Brewery teams up with Noble Jacks to create beer for album launch
Celebrate English Tourism Week with a Food and Ale Pairing Evening in the Belle Vue restaurant at British Airways i360, in association with Harvey’s Brewery.
Harvey’s is to re-introduce keg beer after a
gap of more than 15 years.
This year we combined the Floral Awards and the
Silent Customer Awards into one big celebration.
Thank you to Ian Whitmill and his staff at
the Red Lion, Stone Cross for hosting this year’s
award ceremony and to everyone who attended.
Starting the fifth leg of our SDW journey, Amberley to Steyning, it seemed to us that as we had passed the half-way point. We were sort of, nearly, getting to the home stretch.
The new look will be officially unveiled at the trade session of the Great British Beer Festival on Tuesday 9th August.
We are sorry to say that there’s no South Downs Way blog this month. Just to show that we haven’t abandoned our duty completely here is a related piece (see part 3) about something that was once considered one of the ‘Seven Good Things of Sussex’.
The day has come where you can finally drink Harvey’s Sussex Best Bitter 450 feet up, with stunning surrounding views of the South Downs and Sussex Coast.
It was fitting that the walk that took us to the half way point of the SDW was a day of two halves. The first half was cold, threatening rain and began with our departure delayed at a boot sale. The first thought was one of forced march, heads down, with everyone feeling sleepy. This was to change as you shall see.
We are pleased the announce the launch of our
new ale, Sussex Champion. Sussex Champion is
brewed solely with Andrew Hoad’s ‘Sussex Hop’
from Salehurst in Sussex.
On this leg of the SDW from Buriton to Cocking, we found the time to look at the church. St Mary’s has a very welcoming sign on the door proclaiming the church to be open during the day and inviting people to come in at their leisure.