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Three Hats, Milton Regis

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A decent locals pub with good ale - quite possibly the only one in the Swale District.
anonymous - 6 Apr 2014 07:56
totally agree a warm welcome and a friendy feel about this pub. used it from the early 70's and many a good evening had here

tomkat - 25 Nov 2011 15:45
Looked really good from outside but let down by a tired Rudgate. Very quiet on a Saturday lunchtime. Probably worth a 2nd try.
mtaylor40 - 28 Jun 2011 00:08
Top quality real ale with rotating guest ales. Recently featured include Hopdeamon Incubus, Golden Braid, Skrimshander, Cottage Whippet Strikes Back, Sharps Doombar, Moorhouse Black Cat, Weltons Old Cocky and many more.
Plenty of dart teams, great reasonably priced food and a cracking atmosphere. Miserable sarcastic landlord who is strangly amusing.
lutonmalc - 31 Aug 2009 14:49
What a cracking friendly village pub this has turned out to be. All credit must go to both Malcolm and his wife for their efforts they have put into this place.

Over the last 8mths this has gone from a pub serving occasional guest beers outside either Young's or Sheps Master Brew to having regular rotating micros on. The introduction of a third hand pub 3 months ago is a real plus point.

To give an example of the range of beers that have been on, courtesy of the impressive Enterprise Inns stock have been Sharps Doom Bar and Eden Ale, Skinners Betty Stoggs, St Austell Tribute, 1648 brewery, Whitstable Native, Moorhouse Premier Bitter to name a few.

The beer is keep extremely well and the price is very reasonable at 2.70 a pint regardless of the brewery or strength. The food is of a good quality and standard and as with the ale is also excellent value for money - best bacon baguette this side of London (2.00). The pub also has regular themed nights and local live acts on either a Friday or Saturday. It also has a good stocked duke box and Sky Sports is always on in the background (with the sound turned down most of the time).

He has recently introduced the Locale initiative to the pub and also joined SIBA. The local CAMRA group is also now aware of the pubs presence and the range of beer available to him - subsequently holding their monthly group meeting in the pub.

Sittingbourne has very few real ale pubs so I can honestly say that the Three Hats stands out in the crowd and in my view is a worthy contestant for the 2010 good beer guide.

Well down Malcolm and keep up the good work.

andrewkitney1973 - 19 Jun 2009 11:49
Warm friendly local. A working mans pub that welcomes all walks of life. Good age range mix. pleasant staff and good beer. Nice garden and childrens area
anonymous - 3 Nov 2005 13:20

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