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The Three Legs Brewing Company

Udimore Road | Unit 1 Burnt House Farm, Broad Oak TN31 6BX, England
+44 7783 973161
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Three Legs Good

What a find! Quirky industrial building and decor with the most knowledgeable staff and fantastic... read more

Reviewed 4 November 2017
bruno l
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Cranbrook, United Kingdom
what more can one say !!!

we are regulars now to this micro brewery and just love the atmosphere ,the beer ,and the excellent... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2017
lilyharveyandco
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Small batch craft beer brewery. We have a brewery tap where you can sample the range, drink in or take away in a reusable flagon or from the bottled range. Cheese and local charcuterie available for beer snacks. Everybody welcome!
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4 Nov 2017
“Three Legs Good”
23 Sep 2017
“what more can one say !!!”
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Udimore Road | Unit 1 Burnt House Farm, Broad Oak TN31 6BX, England
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Reviewed 4 November 2017

What a find! Quirky industrial building and decor with the most knowledgeable staff and fantastic beers. The wine selection is excellent too and we had a great couple of plates of charcuterie and carefully kept cheeses. Busy, buzzy place. A hidden gem in an area...More

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Reviewed 23 September 2017

we are regulars now to this micro brewery and just love the atmosphere ,the beer ,and the excellent selection of wines . I frequently cycle from hastings on a day off stock up with beer and wine . this week they brewed a new amber...More

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Reviewed 8 September 2017 via mobile

As a real ale nut this place is a must. Excellent, informative staff who are happy to advise and help. Meat and cheese boards are a must as well - happy days and a good way to end a short break in East Sussex 🍺

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Reviewed 2 September 2017

This was our second visit, and again there was a wonderful atmosphere at this unique venue. A great selection of beers and wines, and a kebab / burger van in the car park using home-cured meat. Only criticism; 1 unisex loo for everyone.

Thank Neil B
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Reviewed 17 August 2017

Visited last Sept 2016 whilst camping at Dogwood and we were so pleased with this place! We are off camping again this weekend and are looking forward to visiting the Brewery again to sample some lovely beer and charcuterie :)

Thank Danni_1785
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Reviewed 11 August 2017 via mobile

Not only great beer but great company, you meet with people that you would never usually have the chance to socialise with and have a fab evening! The guys that run this place are also amazing we can't get enough of the place!

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Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

But sells delicious cask and bottled ales brewed on the premises. There's a good range of strengths and styles. But they're all consistently high quality. My favourites are tge English Pale Ale and the Red. They just don't sell anything that's not good. Excellent wines...More

Thank Ignatius29
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Reviewed 25 June 2017

Wandered in after a woodland picnic, not knowing what to expect. The smell of cooking from the posh catering van outside is a good prelude but the main tap room is wonderful. There's nothing like this for many miles around and they do a fine...More

Thank Chris B
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Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

What a radical way to serve excellent beer. The guys run a great business which is reflected in amazing quality of their beers. All are full of flavour and character. It's a must if you're nearby by or even further afield. Go on, "hop" to...More

Thank Mark H
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Reviewed 15 May 2017

Lovely little micro brewery producing a selection of craft beers, the owners are very friendly and passionate about the products they produce. They also sell various products including wonderful bread, cheeses and smoked meats. If you love craft beers I highly recommend a visit but...More

Thank Dave W
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