To support the NHS Test and Trace team respond to any local Coronavirus outbreaks, pubs are now required by the government to collect contact details from all of thier customers aged over 16, including those only using the external areas. We would be grateful if you could fill in your details to help control the virus as you enter our pubs.
Your details will only be stored for 21 days, in a GDPR safe environment and not be used for any marketing purposes. The only time they will be accessed if requested by the NHS test and trace team.
Our local community has always been important to Palmers Brewery. Events of the past year have made things hard for so many people around us. It has been an honour to give something back and to show our support in times of need in the area.
We were delighted to find out last week that Palmers 200 had won the GOLD award in the ‘Premium Bitters 4.5 to 6.4%’ category, with Tally Ho! also winning GOLD in ‘British Dark Beers 4.5 to 6.4%’ group.
Palmers ales are brewed in one of Britain’s oldest and prettiest breweries and have been since 1794. The only thatched brewery in the UK, Palmers sits adjacent to the river Brit just a mile from Dorset’s Jurassic Coast. All our fine ales are brewed using water from our own naturally rising spring.
Our Head Brewer uses only the finest Maris Otter malt and carefully selected whole leaf hops to produce ales in a way they have been made for generations. Palmers historic brewhouse has a traditional Mash Tun, an open top Copper, along with top fermentation, this is the way ale should be brewed.