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Open 2017

Donna's Ale House

Open 2020+

20 West Street


Donna's Ale House 2019

Above photo 2019.

Donna's Ale House bar 2019

Above photo 2019. At present names of people not known.


Classed as a micro-pub and also known simply as Donna's. First opened in 2017, but closed for the duration of the Covid 19 pandemic, reopened again on 4th July 2020 with partitions installed, a one way system and table service in the garden available.


From the By Lauren MacDougall, 21 December 2019.

The 33 pubs in Kent you have to drink at in 2020 according to CAMRA.

In total Kent has heaps of pubs listed in the guide and, while 33 of these are new entries, others have appeared in previous editions of the guide.

A total of 33 pubs from around Kent make up the new entries that feature in the 2020 edition of the Good Beer Guide.

The guide is produced annually by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), the independent guide to the best boozers in the UK that is researched by unpaid and independent volunteers nationwide.

Tom Stainer, CAMRA’s chief executive, said: “For nearly five decades, the Good Beer Guide has been a comprehensive guide to the UK’s breweries, their ales, and the best outlets to find them in across the country.

“What makes the Guide unique is that all the entries are compiled and vetted by a huge volunteer team, based around the country. We work hard to ensure that all areas of the country are covered and, unlike with some competitor titles, inclusion in this book is dependent only on merit, not on payment.

“The Good Beer Guide has always had an important role in acting as a barometer of the beer and pub industry. We believe information gleaned from the Guide is absolutely vital in the drive to save our pubs from closure and campaign for policies that better support pubs, local brewers and their customers.”

This pub is included in the 2020 list.

Donna's Ale House, Sittingbourne.

What the guide says: "This micropub, opened in 2017, has a contemporary decor with seating at high benches, tables and stools.

"Handpumps dispense ales with an emphasis on Kentish makers, and occasionally out of county. A blackboard gives a description of the beers on offer."




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