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 5.30pm – 11.30pm , friday and saturday, 12pm – 12.am, and sunday 12pm – 11.30pm. you may come through the pub, or enter via the garden. From the 19th july we will return to service at the bar only. staff and customers are no longer required to wear masks.
we are so looking forward to seeing everyone!
– Resting in the cellar –
Skinners: Betty Stogs 4%
She’s brazen, golden-hearted and more than a little fruity! Betty Stogs has been flying the flag for Cornish ale since we unleashed her in 1997; if only we knew then the things she’d get up to…
Butcombe: Best Bitter 4%
Created from Maris Otter malt and a secret blend of English hops. Meticulously crafted before ‘craft’ was even a thing. Its distinctive bitter, clean and refreshing flavour has been Bristol’s go-to for good times since the 1970’s.
Black Sheep: Best Bitter 3.8%
Brewed with whole flower English hops, Best Bitter packs a genuine spiky bitterness with big character. Challenger, Goldings and Fuggle hops blend to create a beautiful aroma and flavour with kicks of grassy freshness and a big peppery punch. The Maris Otter malt offers a light sweetness that balances against those big bitter characters.
Nene Valley: Release The Chimps 4.4%
An IPA for everyday drinking. A pale malt base gives a crisp mouthfeel that allows late addition and dry hops to come through with a punchy bitterness and a good deal of hop flavour in such a light beer.
Nene Valley: Big Bang Theory 5.3%
Wonderfully balanced pale ale with a huge hop aroma giving way to malty sweetness and a gentle bitter finish
Kent : Nutcracker 4.8%
A dark, mysterious and nutty ale with a hint of ginger. No nuts involved!
Snake Eyes: Two by Two 4.7%
Low bitter tropical hop juice, Mosaic single hopped.
Brewsmith: Comet IPA 4.5%
Very light with a citrus and butter forward flavour. Bitterness at the back end gives a little sharpness and dries to keep things fresh and thirsty. Great session brew.
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)
St Austell: Trelawny 3.8%
This full-bodied, malty beer is a great partner to robust flavours. A delicate apricot aroma is followed by peach and toffee on the palate and a toasted bitter finish.
Oakham: Below Zero 4.1%
A zesty winter pale ale with complex aromas of mango and elderflower leading to plenty of soft tropical fruit flavours and a balanced bitterness on the finish. Winter isn’t just about dark and sumptuous fireside beers – we think you’ll enjoy partying with this full-of-flavour session Winter Pale Ale.
Hop Back: Summer Lightning 5%
A trendsetter in the brewing industry; the original Summer ale, brewed all year round, using East Kent Goldings aroma hops. An extremely pleasant straw-coloured beer with an intense bitterness, leads to an excellent, long dry ﬁnish. Probably the most awarded cask ale in Britain!
360: Tacoma 4.5%
Easy drinking APA. Brewed with caramelised and crystal malts, and a triple addition of Cascade. Expect citrus, spicy and floral flavours, complemented by a subtle bitterness.
Dark Star: American Pale Ale 4.7%
Crisp and citrusy with a signature dry finish, our classic American Pale Ale is brewed with a liberal dose of US hops: Cascade, Chinook and Centennial. A stellar combination.
Oakham : Citra 4.2%
Light gold in colour, bursting with citrus and tropical hop flavours and sensationally refreshing. The original UK Citra.
One of our range of single hopped beers brewed only using Kohatu hops from New Zealand. Described as: “Pale blonde with a fruity herbal aroma, medium bitter taste and a clean crisp bitter finish