Fleur-de-Lis

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HIGH STREET, LEIGH, KENT, TN11 8RL

Drinks

We offer a selection of fine ales including our Four Jays house ale together with regular favourites such as Old Golden Hen. Our wine cellar offers a good selection of European and Worldwide wines, together with Sparkling wines and Champagne.

Coppernob, Tonbridge Brewery (3.8%)

Fairly dry ale with a light maltiness and a light hoppy flavour

Pearl of Kent, Whitstable Brewery (4.5%)

A gorgeous, easy-drinking Golden Ale where tropical fruit flavours come to the fore ahead of a subtle yet rewarding bitterness.

Pravha, Staropramen (4.0%)

Pravha was created by the legendary brewers of Staropramen, who were inspired to create a lighter tasting pilsner.

Landlord, Timothy Taylor & Co. Ltd (4.3%)

The drinkers' favourite, a 4.3% classic pale ale with a complex citrus and hoppy aroma

4 Jay's, Greene King (3.9%)

Our staple bitter and best seller. This smooth Kentish style tawny session bitter provides a pleasing balance of our own hops and malt, with a surprisingly plentiful character for a beer of such low ABV.

Greene King IPA, Greene King PLC (3.6%)

An easy drinking, refreshing IPA with a hoppy taste, and aroma to give a clean dry finish

Amstel Lager, Amstel (4.1%)

Beautiful golden color with a mildly bitter taste and cheerful character.

Fosters, Heineken (4.0%)

A pleasant, fruity, lighter-styled quaffing lager

Guinness Draught, Guinness (4.1%)

Guinness is an Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness at St. James's Gate, Dublin. Guinness is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide.

Kronenbourg 1664, Heineken (5.0%)

Kronenbourg 1664 is a lager with a noble history, characterized by its fine taste. Its golden hues and delicate bitterness come from selecting the best hops (the Strisselspalt), and the unique know-how of one of the French master brewers.

Harry Sparrow, Aspall Cyder (4.6%)

Harry Sparrow Classic English Cyder was created to honour the man who was Aspall’s Cyder maker for over 50 years from the early 1920’s. It reflects the rich and diverse styles of cyder Harry enjoyed both making and drinking.