Awards

Tasty Honour for Shepherd Neame Pub

30 January 2015

The Sportsman in Seasalter has been named as the best gastropub in Britain at the Budweiser Budvar Top 50 Gastropubs Awards. The Shepherd Neame-owned pub, run by brothers Stephen and Phil Harris, picked up the title at an awards lunch on Monday, January 26, after receiving the most votes in an industry poll organised by leading pub industry magazine the Publican’s Morning Advertiser.

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Shepherd Neame Shortlisted for the Taste of Kent Awards 2015

13 January 2015

Britain’s oldest brewer Shepherd Neame has been shortlisted for two categories in the Taste of Kent Awards 2015. The Faversham-based brewery’s Whitstable Bay Pale Ale is up for Best Kentish Beer, while The Kings Head in Wye, part of its tenanted estate, is up for Kent Dining Pub of the Year.

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Brewery Archivist and Historian Wins Beer Writing Award

09 December 2014

Shepherd Neame’s archivist and historian John Owen has been honoured for his success in confirming an oft-debated topic in British brewing history: who is Britain’s oldest brewer?

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Two Top Tourism Honours for Shepherd Neame Pub

24 November 2014

The 600-year-old Kent pub, The Woolpack in Chilham, has won two honours in this year’s Beautiful South Tourism Awards.

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Shepherd Neame Announces Winners of 2014 Pub Awards

09 July 2014

The Marine Hotel in Whitstable has been named Pub of the Year in the annual Shepherd Neame Pub Awards.  It was among 14 of the brewery’s 348 pubs and hotels across London and the South East honoured in a glittering ceremony at the Conningbrook Hotel in Ashford on Tuesday, July 8.

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