December 7th saw the presentation of cheques by Steve ‘Sparra’ Harris to representatives of Rye Harbour and Hastings Lifeboats, each cheque was for the sum of £1,050 raised by the Beach Club at the annual Harvest Home Auction in September. Steve’s family and volunteers worked very hard collecting auction lots from the generous villagers of Pett and Pett Level who, each year, donate many wonderous items which are auctioned during an evening of fun when more volunteers act as auctioneers, porters carrying the lots and showing them off for very generous people to bid on and not forgetting our ladies who collect the money and give a running total during the evening. This was the 67th Harvest Home, the Club has raised thousands of pounds over the years and we all hope we can carry on and make even more money for the RNLI in the future.
AT THE NEW BEACH CLUB
Saturday 26th January 2019 from 7pm
Scottish Piper : Tot of Whisky
Traditional Three-course Dinner : £25 per person
Please book and pay in advance at the bar
Traditional dress optional
JANUARY 27th : A GROUP THAT PROVED VERY POPULAR THE LAST TIME THEY WERE HERE:
Regular event dates for January:
We have tried some new beers which have been very popular and we are proud to report that a recent visit from Cask Marque awarded us 100% for temperature, appearance, aroma and taste for our cask ales. Since then Natalie achieved five stars on her Food Hygiene Rating. Both inspections are carried out unannounced so the areas are seen as they are in normal use.
Please note, our Club is open to everyone not just members for a ‘daily membership’ fee of just £2, this takes care of the legal thing about only members being able to purchase alcohol, so if there is a group only one need pay the £2 but will have to buy the drinks, or why not take out full membership and enjoy all the benefits of the Club.
The Christmas Table Top Sale was held on Saturday December 8th with some really nice stocking fillers available, along with crafts, hand painted cards and some really superb paintings, etc. The Pett Level Preservation Trust’s Photographic Competition was judged and the winner was Mick Goswell with nine-year-old George Amos winning the junior prize.
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See our Food and Drink Page for a full selection of our range of stock lagers and ales
A dark, warming brew. Burnt sugars and roasted malts compliment the premium Maris Otter barley, supplanting the light bitterness of aroma hops. With hints of dried fruit and dates.
£2.50 a pint Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Our brewers still hand-select the ingredients that make our IPA a prize-winning beer. Carefully selected pale, crystal and black malts join with Pilgrim, Challenger and First Gold Hops to make a complex, refreshing ale. The beer is also tasted at every part of the brewing process to guarantee the quality and consistency, and we really take our time over it. It takes 4-5 days to brew Greene King IPA.
Amber in colour. Tropical fruit flavours from American hops with a hint of caramel from the roasted malts. Available all year. Kent Beer of the Year 2016 & 2017 (Taste of Kent Awards).
Members can use The New Beach Club as a FREE party venue
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