09 September 2011
Bishops Finger, Shepherd Neame’s Kentish strong ale, has won a bronze award at the International Beer Challenge 2011, organised by leading drinks trade title Off Licence News.Shepherd Neame’s oldest beer brand, Bishops Finger, was blind-tasted by judges amid fierce competition from around the world.
04 September 2011
The Royal Albion Hotel in Broadstairs, Kent has won the ‘Best of British’ chef competition run by leading supplier to the foodservice industry, Brakes and master brewer Shepherd Neame.
08 June 2011
The Woolpack, in Banstead, Surrey, has been named Shepherd Neame Pub of the Year in the brewery’s annual pub awards.
Licensees Angie and Danny Irwin (pictured with Jonathan Neame) were commended for their warm welcome, excellent standards of food and drink and wide range of events and entertainment.
07 May 2011
Shepherd Neame brewery has been named Small Visitor Attraction of the Year in the Enjoy England Awards for Excellence 2011.
The national awards are organised by VisitEngland and recognise outstanding commitment to customer service and high quality standards.
14 April 2011
Asahi Super Dry has been voted the best keg lager in the world by a panel of experts at the Brewing Industry International Awards, the Oscars of the brewing industry.
The Japanese lager, brewed under licence by Shepherd Neame in Faversham, Kent, won the title after a double-blind tasting by more than 30 leading brewers from around the globe.