Pub’s pints will help RBL funds
A landlord who served in the Army for four years is giving back to the armed forces by raising a pint.
The Knoxbridge, near Frittenden, is the only pub in Kent which will be serving a special edition Royal British Legion (RBL) beer, Hope and Glory, this Remembrance weekend.
Punters at the Cranbrook Road pub can enjoy a pint for £3.50, with 50p from each pint going to the RBL. They need to be quick however, as once the four barrels are gone, they’re gone.
Tony Jones, the pub’s landlord who served for four years in the Royal Green Jackets, said: “We’ll be launching the beer today (Thursday) and will have representatives from the Royal British Legion here, as well as military vehicles parked outside. We hope people can join us to raise a glass.”
The launch will start noon, with the beer available throughout the day.