The name of Harvey has long been associated with the supply of beers, wines and spirits in Sussex. Records of 1794 recall the delivery of Old Red Port, Sherry and Claret within a twenty mile radius of the medieval town of Lewes. However, it was under the management of John Harvey (1784-1862) that the Bridge Wharf Brewery was established on its present site by the River Ouse, overlooking Cliffe Bridge, Lewes. www.harveys.org.uk/


Harvey’s Christmas Ale

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A-le Coq Imperial Extra Double Stout

The style "Imperial Russina Stout" and "Albert Le Coq" are synonymous. In the early 1800s, the Belgian Le Coq exported imperial stout from England to...

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