The New Inn
Premium real ales served in beautiful surroundings, right in the heart of historic Canterbury.
CAMRA District Pub of the Year
GOLD 2017 & 2018
CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide
opening up again!
I am thrilled that we are now open inside and outside in the garden for all our lovely customers. we have capacity for 60 outside and 40 inside, with social distancing. opening hours will be monday to thursday 12pm – 3.00pm, and 5pm – 11.30pm , friday and saturday, 12pm – 12.am, and sunday 12pm – 11.30pm. you may come through the pub, or enter via the garden.
we are so looking forward to seeing everyone!
KENTISH PIP CIDERS:
High Diver: 4.8% (Sparkling)
Craftsman: 4.8% (Still)
Forager 4% (Sparkling berry)
All In 7% (Still)
Vintage Pip 5.8% (Still)
Wild Summer 4% (Sparkling elderflower)
– Resting in the cellar –
Oakham: Inferno 4%
A light golden beer with a big personality, bursting with fruity hop flavours, citrus notes and a refreshing finish.
Redemption: Big Chief (5.5%)
Big hoppy IPA style beer, packed full of Kiwi hops with hints of honey and nectar and plenty of tropical citrus and floral notes.
Thornbridge: Jaipur 5.9%
A citrus dominated India Pale Ale, its immediate impression is soft and smooth yet builds to a crescendo of massive hoppiness accentuated by honey.
Greensand: Shere Drop 4.2%
This beer delivers an explosion of hops in every sense. A very special beer.
Musket: Flintlock 4.2%
Fyne: Jarl 3.8%
The epitome of a modern classic – an easy-drinking, beautifully balanced session ale bursting with flavour.
5 Points: Best Bitter 4.1%
Five Points Best is a single-hopped Best Bitter, brewed with Fuggles hops from Hukins Hops. Refreshing and smooth, Best has notes of caramel and biscuit, and a lovely grassy, herbal freshness that makes you want to reach for another one.
5 Points: Pale 4.4%
Our Five Points Pale is a fresh, zesty, aromatic pale ale brewed with malted barley, a little wheat, and Amarillo and Citra hops from the West Coast of the USA. It’s our flagship beer, and its citrus, resinous notes make it a perfect easy-drinking beer for any occasion.
Gadds: Seasider 4.3%
A mellow, easy drinking ale brewed with a little crystal malt and a lot of Goldings hops. Nothing flash, just a very decent malty body and a balancing hop flavour.
Burning Sky: Plateau 3.5%
Pale gold in colour, with a crisp malt edge and sharp bitterness. Plateau has been hopped at different stages of the brew, with a big mix of US & NZ hops to satisfy the discerning drinker.
Musket: Trigger 3.6%
An easy drinking, hoppy, Pale Ale that can magically transport you to rolling Hop Gardens, where wild flowers are in abundance and bees are pollinating the blackcurrant bushes. Evokes childhood memories of bygone summers!
Fell Brewery: Ghyll 3.7%
A Golden Ale available exclusively in cask, Ghyll is our nod to the great British Session Ale. It drinks easy with some pleasant intrigue from Amarillo hops. Ghyll keeps us grounded and reminds us that sometimes less is more.
Bellfield: Session Ale 3.8%
Citrus tones from the hops deliver flavour and aroma. The hop bitterness is balanced by fine malt character, making this beer very moreish.
Musket: Fife & Drum 3.8%
A Golden Ale which produces tantalising tastes and aromas of spice, honey, marmalade, floral and the merest hint of wild blackcurrant.
Kent: Quiet American 4.2%
A light and fresh American Pale Ale that is both floral and citrusy, with a hint of grapefruit.