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The Heritage, Sheerness

Pub added by E TA
19 Minster Road
Postal town: Sheerness
ME12 3JE

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Real Ale Ray left this review about The Heritage

A compact and well thought out micro, where they have maximised their seating and table space. All the timber work including the bench seating, along with the bar was finished in pine. The bench seating had some cushions and the walls were painted in a light peach colour.
The local barmaid on our visit was welcoming and chatty. Three ales Cotleigh IPA, Mad Cat Red Ale and Flipside Russian Rouble.

On 1st April 2018 - rating: 7
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Aqualung . left this review about The Heritage

This is a proper micropub with just mainly local ales, ciders and wines. It's a small split level room with the bar area on the left up a couple of steps and a lower area at the entrance which has four high tables and benches on the walls. The bar area has two low tables, a bench by the window and a few low chairs.
Five ales were on Charrington's IPA, Wantsum 1381, Mad Cat Mild Disobedience, Gadds Dr Sunshine's Wheat Beer and Brew Buddies George's Buddy. I had time to try the Gadds, Mad Cat and Brew Buddies beers all of which were £3.20 and in very good condition. The Charrington's IPA may seem an odd choice of beers but the landlady here has connections with the Charrington dynasty. They kindly gave me a taster and it bears no resemblance to the rather sweet rubbish from Birmingham that Bass Charrington pubs used to serve.
This is another fine micropub but watch the Friday opening hours in the winter months at least as they seemed to be closing just after 13:00.

On 3rd May 2016 - rating: 9
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E TA left this review about Heritage

This former post office was opened as a micro in Jan 2014. It sits between a couple of shops, opposite a small car park, on the main road across Sheppey. The frontage of the pub comprises two bar areas known as High Butts and Cosy Corner, the floor being on two levels. The cellar is behind the bar on the ground floor dispensing straight from the barrel. Four ales and three ciders were on this time. I had pints of Caterham Summer Perle and Canterbury Torpedo, both in excellent condition as one would expect in a micro. The staff are extremely friendly, and the customers are a decent crowd which includes many ale lovers who have traveled form the mainland specifically to come here. By far Sheppey's best watering hole.

On 7th June 2014 - rating: 9
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