Little Telpits Farm
|County (see footnote)||Ceremonial|
Much moved brewery started brewing in December 1995. Initially they were bases in an industrial unit in Milton Regis, Sittingbourne. They moved in early 1997 to a larger industrial unit also in Sittingbourne where a 15BBL and a 2½BBL plant were used. Moved from Sittingbourne during the second part of 2000 to Parsonage Farm, Seed Road, Newham, Kent and changed their name to Tun, Vine & Press. Moved once more during Summer 2001 to Little Telpits Farm, Grafty Green, dropping the Tun, Vine & Press name, it was reported that some of their beers may be brewed by Freeminer of the interim period. Beers were seen during Summer 2002 badged as Swale and North Weald Brewery. Brewery closed during the first quarter of 2003. The brewery was sold on to become the Whitstable Brewery. Since then some beers have been seen being brewed under license by Archers.
We do not maintain a list of beers brewed by each brewery. There may be a list on the brewery's own website. For historical information, we suggest you also visit the brewery page on the unfortunately no longer updated Beermad.
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Last Updated : 4th August 2008