Run Your Own Pub
As a small and longstanding family firm, Harvey’s Brewery is renowned across southern England for great beer, fine wine and sound business principles.
Our Tied Estate Houses are run independently but benefit from Harvey’s reputation within the community. We like to think of our tenants as our freelance ambassadors so we expect them to maintain high standards of quality at all our houses.
Harvey’s Brewery has just 49 public houses, so tenancy opportunities do not come up that often. However most pubs become contractually available within four years so we are always seeking good people to run them.
We are a member of the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) and the Independent Family Brewers of Britain (IFBB).
Available now to let under tenancy. Minimum capital request circa £40,000 – £50,000.
The Elephant’s Head is a rural country food-lead destination pub in Kent. This beautiful 15th century building has all the best features including low timber beams and a stunning inglenook fireplace. View full pub details here
Available now to let under tenancy. Minimum capital requirement circa £20,000
Warm and cosy, traditional Victorian building offering contemporary interiors, open fire, large garden and offers the only pint of Harvey’s available for miles. View full pub details here
Available now to let under tenancy. Minimum capital request circa £30,000.
The Two Brewers is a friendly village pub situated in a picturesque area of Kent. The pub boasts a good food offering and lovely large garden areas for customers. It is also situated in an ideal spot near the historic Follie at Hadlow.
To let under tenancy. Minimum capital request circa £35,000.
An excellent opportunity has arisen for an experienced publican to take on the tenancy of the Garland, a multi-award winning traditional wet led town pub serving the full range of Harvey’s draught beers. View full pub details here
Register Your Interest
Download, complete and send us your Tenancy Application form or complete the form below to register your interest: