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Old Dairy Brewery

Food & Drink

The Old Dairy Brewery is nestled deep in the heart of the 'Garden of England' just moments from the High Street in the picturesque market town of Tenterden.

Old Dairy Brewery started brewing in 2009 on a converted farm (hence our name) and we moved to our new larger 30 barrel brewery in 2014.  With glorious views over rolling countryside, the brewery is housed in two old World War 11 Nissen buildings next to the Kent & East Sussex Railway.

Old Dairy beers are instantly recognisable with the distinctive branding and a nostalgic play on coloured bottle tops for each individual beer.  Only the finest malts and hops are used to brew our beers and the majority of beers are brewed using English hops, which are grown on our doorstep just three miles away by Hukins Hops of Biddenden.  We brew with well known Kent varieties such as Challenger, Goldings and Fuggles.

Brewing a range of award-winning beers with a modern twist for different occasions takes Old Dairy customers through a taste journey of styles, seasons and speciality brews.

Red Top: a 3.8% abv 'classic' best bitter

Gold Top: a 4.3% abv golden pale ale

Blue Top: a 4.8% abv India Pale Ale

Order online - free local home delivery within 15 miles or Click&Collect

Book a brewery tour here.

 

Cycle Tour Packages

The Old Dairy Brewery and The Wider Experience have joined forces to offer cycle tour packages. Combine a trip to  Brewery with a cycle tour of the Garden of England. Choose from either a guided tour or a self led tour, you can bring your own bike or hire one, along with your equipment from The Wider Experience. Both Experiences include a Flight of Beer and a pie/scotch egg at the Old Dairy Brewery Taproom, either at the start or end of your cycle ride and for the under 18's a soft drink!

 

Ales & Rails in partnership with Kent & East Sussex Railway

On arrival at Tenterden Station at 11.30, you'll start your tour with a 45 minute Talk & Tasting Session at the Old Dairy Brewery in the comfort of the cosy Taproom. Then take the 1.15pm steam departure where, if you opt for it, you will be served a delicious ploughmans lunch while travelling through the beautiful Rother valley.

The relaxing return journey takes approximately two hours, which includes a brief stop at the pretty station of Bodiam, part of the former Guinness hop growing region, arriving back at Tenterden Town station at approximately 3.10pm.

 

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Address

Tenterden Station Yard Tenterden TN30 6HE

Opening Times

Winter Opening Times from 1st Nov Monday & Tuesday 10am - 6pm Wednesday - Thursday 10am - 9pm Friday - Saturday 10am - 10pm Sunday 11am - 4pm Spring Opening from March 2022 Monday - Thursday 10am - 9pm Friday - Saturday 10am - 10pm Sunday 11am - 8pm

Contact Us
Ashford Visitor Information Service. Tel: 01233 330383 Email: tourism@ashford.gov.uk