It was a typical British summer’s day when I visited the Lakedown Brewing Company in a beautiful family farm in East Sussex. Typical, in that it was belting it down with rain. Less typical was being interrupted mid-interview by Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the Who, with ruminations about countryside management and the proper (and improper) role for government.
This isn’t an article about Daltrey though. At least, not that one. It’s an article about his son Jamie Daltrey and his brother-in-law Chris Rule. However, the ‘lake’ in Lakedown refers to the fishing lakes that Roger Daltry built on his farm, and my meeting with Jamie and
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