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2016 is set to be a landmark year for our venture and we hope to expand our horizons and bring some exciting new beers to you all.  We shall also be recruiting a panel to help our development and encourage you to use Untapped App. to rate our beers and help us benchmark progress.

We appreciate your feedback.

the Oxted Beer Festival 

was a huge success with over 500 pints of Godstone beers being consumed - well done to the organisers.

next stop, a selection of Thanet's finest micro-pubs for 

Pondtail Pale and Bitter Entropy - time to visit the seaside.

The Hovelling Boat - Ramsgate.

Ales of the Unexpected &

The Two Halves - Margate.

A range of our bottled beers are available from the HopStop in Oxted in the local legends section near the entrance and Priory Farm in Nutfield.

Trenchman's Hop is a bitter ale brewed to balance maltiness with hops from around the world and was created to celebrate the story of John Trenchman our local Pirate who died in the Fox & Hounds in 1687 where you can drink it every day - not just beer festivals!.

Pondtail Pale has recently been tweaked to soften the bitterness and supercharge the aroma.

All year round refreshment when the sun shines, and makes you smile when it doesn't.

Polly Paine's Porter

named after the legendary medieval witch that lived in the Enterdent. This is a feisty beer, not for the feint hearted.

Another batch has been set free.

watch out for Rusty's Ale

has completed hop evaluation to ensure it is at its predatory best. Our new recipe proved very popular at Love Oxted event.

Limited bottles - Bitter Entropy.

A strong smooth bitter ale, celebrating the years when Godstone held the monopoly for supplying gunpowder to the state using all English Hops - will return for beer festivals including Oxted in July.

Not So Black & White Stout [our AMBER ALE] has arrived and made its debut in Cask at the Guildford Beer Festival and will re-emerge in time for Tatsfield Beer Festival in September.