Our Suppliers

When ever possible, we try to source our food and drink locally. Below are just a view of out British products available for you to enjoy at The Freewheel.

Rosie Lea Teas at the Freewheel Cycling Cafe

Rosie Lea Teas

A cup of Rosie Lea is much loved by all our visiting cyclists. Loose Leaf Tea from Rosie Lea Tea is Award winning, unique, sometimes quirky, high quality and great value. We are hoping they will develop a Pedallars tea soon!

Kentish Cheese/Kingcott Cheese

Kingcott Cheese based in Staplehurst, Kent produce fine hand-made cheeses using milk only from its own herd of pedigree Holstein Friesian cows. Their famous Kentish Blue cheese is delicious and is a firm favourite of the Freewheel team.

Winterdale Cheese at The Freewheel Pub

Winterdale Cheesemakers

Winterdale Cheesemakers are based in Sevenoaks, Kent. They only use the freshest milk to make their cheeses and aim to get the milk in the Vat 20 minutes after the cows have been milked.

sausages and ham at The Freewheel Cycling Pub

Monkshill Farm

The Royal School for Deaf Children Margate purchased Monkshill Farm in 1995. They produce high quality beef, pork, lamb, free range meat and chickens.

Emily's Kitchen at The Freewheel Cycling Pub

Emily's Kitchen

Our popular raised pies and vegetarian produce is produced by our friend Emily who is based in Whistable and runs a local catering company and pop up cafes

Locally Sourced Produce at The Freewheel

More of our local suppliers

At the Freewheel Pub we love working with local suppliers because we want the best for our clients. Here are some more hard working farmers and food suppliers that look after our catering demands;
Cheesemakers of Canterbury
Oscars Bakers
Mallards Farm - Fruit and Vegetables
Nice Buns - cakes
White Hill Farm - Jam
Quex Park - Rapeseed Chilli Oil
Colin the Bee Man - Honey
Bespoke Bakers and Ali who produces our delicious Elderflower Cordial

Kent Crisps

These award winning crisps are made using 100% locally grown, Kentish potatoes, come in a range of five mouth-watering flavours: Ashmore Cheese & Onion, Sea Salt & Biddenden Cider Vinegar, Oyster & Vinegar, Sea Salt and Roast Beef & Spitfire Ale.

Bibendum Wines

Bibendum was born when a group of wine-loving friends started selling a mixture of classed growths and unusual bottles to private clients. We are one of the only pubs in the area selling their famous and delicious Frizzante on tap!

Simply Ice Cream

Award winning Kent based simply Ice Cream believe that simple, natural food tastes best. They have created a range of ice creams that are made using natural locally sourced ingredients (where possible), home-made flavours and free from additives or preservatives.

Fresh Coffee at The Freewheel Cycling Pub

Caffeol Micro Roasting

Freshly ground coffee - at its best - based in Faversham, Ozgur Kamas has an artisan coffee roasting approach, cultural heritage and willingness to explore the coffee bean varieties allowing him to produce some delicious blends that our customers love!

Duskin Farm

Kent is often referred to as the garden of England, with good reason. Duskin Farm are privileged enough to not only live in this Garden of England but also to bottle it. Kentish apples grown, pressed and bottled in Kent.

Green Oil

Green Oil UK was founded by Kent born Simon Nash during his last year at University. This award winning plant based product is great to work, doesn't harm the environment so thumbs up to Green Oil!

Ramsgate Brewery

Started in 2006 Ramsgate

Canterbury Brewers at the Freewheel Cycling Pub

Canterbury Brewers

These guys, Jon & Tom have been absolutely pivotal in getting the pub up and running. They sorted out the problems we had with the cellar and lines, organised suppliers and taught us how to properly keep & serve beer - and they make great beer! The lager is particularly special as the hops come from Syndale just the other side of Faversham.

Kent cider at The Freewheel Cycling Pub

Kent Cider Company

Marcus & Serena are based locally in Oare and use apples which are grown in a local orchard in Graveney - their ciders are delicious!