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Epicurus

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The Hinds Head

March 5, 2020

The Hind’s Head has been been a place to eat, drink and regale for over 500 years... and the latest tipple being served up will be quintessentially English vodka; Broken Clock.

It’s thought that this ancient inn located in the sleepy Berkshire village of Bray was originally a hunting lodge or abbot’s guesthouse and today it still oozes with its rich history.

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Indeed the original wooden beams, old carved wall panelling, exquisite taxidermy and creaking floorboards seem to echo with the memories of past revelry and indulgent hospitality.

Over the years it has welcomed an illustrious list of patrons from holy dignitaries and A-list celebrities to various members of the world’s royal families.

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Indeed one of the most raucous gatherings to take place at The Hind’s Head was rather appropriately the stag party for Philip Mountbatten in 1947 - the future Duke of Edinburgh - before his marriage to Elizabeth Windsor.

Today The Hind’s Head is owned by world famous chef Heston Blumenthal and this Michelin star awarded gastropub serves up a menu of sumptuous, unashamedly British fayre along with the finest hand picked beer, wine and spirits.

Broken Clock is proudly being poured from next week as ‘Vodka of the Month’.