Published: 00:00, 16 August 2014 |
Updated: 11:41, 16 August 2014
A new micro pub will be serving up a host of locally brewed beers, ciders and great wines when it opens its doors this weekend.
What will be called The Wrong Turn got its name because people making their way to what was the old wooden art studio in Barfrestone would often get lost.
The venture is being set up by Ginny Timm, who will be helped by daughters Victoria and Emily and Emily’s fiance, Jamie Kemp.
Mrs Timm said: “We’re not applying to hold any events and there will be no live music license, unless there is a special event – and then we would apply.
“It will be like a pub used to be, where people play cards and board games rather than a juke box and fruit machines" Ginny Timm, owner of east Kent's newest micro pun, The Wrong Turn.
“It will be like a pub used to be, where people play cards and board games rather than a juke box and fruit machines.
“People can come and jam with their penny whistles, that sort of thing.
The Wrong Turn won’t just serve locally-brewed beers –there will be many from across the country.
The emphasis is on good ale, she said.
“There will be no pumps, all kegs, cider and good wine.”
The building has seen a complete renovation.
“This has been made possible thanks to help from local tradesmen and neighbours, especially Derek Wall, from Envirograf, who helped with getting the building and land ready.”
You can find The Wrong Turn opposite Envirograf House, Pie Factory Road, Barfrestone CT157JG.
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