Brookers Oast :: Shared Description

The triple round kilned oast house has been used as a public house since the 1990's. The kilns have been left well intact externally with no windows added, internally they are used as stores and the customer toilets!

The building once had two additional larger 20 foot kilns which were reputed to be the tallest in the country. However they became structurally unstable and were demolished.
by Oast House Archive
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TQ6747 : Public House sign by Oast House Archive
TQ6747 : Brookers Oast, Beltring, Kent by Oast House Archive
TQ6747 : Oast House by Oast House Archive
TQ6747 : Oast House by Oast House Archive
TQ6747 : Oast House by Oast House Archive
TQ6747 : Oast House by Oast House Archive
TQ6747 : Oast House by Oast House Archive
TQ6747 : Inside Brookers Oast by Oast House Archive
TQ6747 : Brookers Oast and Hop Farm Oast by N Chadwick
TQ6747 : Oast House by Oast House Archive
TQ6747 : Oast House by Oast House Archive


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Created: Sat, 26 Dec 2009, Updated: Tue, 6 Jul 2010

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