27 July 2016
Three Shepherd Neame pubs have been shortlisted as finalists in this year’s Great British Pub Awards. They were chosen from hundreds of pubs from across the UK that entered the prestigious national competition, which has been running for more than a decade. The Compasses in Crundale near Canterbury is one of six shortlisted for Best Food Pub.
14 July 2016
Shepherd Neame’s chief executive Jonathan Neame has received an honorary doctorate from the University of Kent. Jonathan Neame, who was appointed chief executive of the Faversham-based brewery in 2003, and is also a Deputy Lieutenant of Kent and chairman of Visit Kent, was presented with the degree of Doctor of the University in recognition for his services to business and Kent. The ceremony took
15 June 2016
Shepherd Neame’s award-winning Visitor Centre has won its fourth Certificate of Excellence award from the world’s largest travel website TripAdvisor. The award celebrates hospitality excellence and is given only to establishments which consistently achieve outstanding reviews on TripAdvisor. It is the latest in a string of awards in recent months for the Visitor Centre and its staff, which include
28 April 2016
The Sportsman in Seasalter has been named Best Pub in the GQ Food and Drink Awards 2016. The Shepherd Neame-owned pub, run by brothers Stephen and Phil Harris, picked up the title at an awards ceremony hosted in London by TV presenter Claudia Winkleman on Tuesday, April 26.
05 March 2016
Shepherd Neame’s Visitor Centre has been awarded a VisitEngland 'Best Told Story' Accolade. The brewery has received the award in recognition of its innovative and effective tour, telling the brewery story in a way that captures the visitor’s imagination. Shepherd Neame’s Visitor Centre is set in a beautifully-restored medieval hall house on the historic brewery site.