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The Kent Barn , St Nicholas Court Farm, Court Road , St Nicholas At Wade, CT7 0PT
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About Watsum Brewery

Wantsum Brewery takes its name from the Wantsum Channel, the watercourse separating the Isle of Thanet and what was the mainland of the English county of Kent. During the time of King Henry VIII, this channel was the mooring place of the King’s Fleet. The brewery sits on what was one of the major tributaries to the Wantsum Channel. 


In 2009 James Sandy started brewing "Fortitude" the first of what has become and extensive range of beers all named after people or pivotal events in Kent's history.  
Today the brewery proudly produces 9 core beers all year round with many seasonal/special ales being sold to pubs and bottle outlets throughout the South

Product Description

Wantsum Brewery was originally a 6 British barrel brewery brewing 24 firkins a week, but by 2012 it had grown to a 12 barrel brewery with production rising dramatically to 200 firkins a week. We use British barley and a variety of hops from around the world including, of course, the excellent hops from Kent.

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