17 July 2015
Beers from Britain’s oldest brewer have been listed in the UK’s first Smith & Wollensky restaurant. First established in 1977, the Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group (SWRG) is an iconic collection of boutique American steakhouses.Its first London restaurant has just opened in the Adelphi building on John Adam Street, off The Strand.
15 July 2015
This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Broadstairs Folk Week, and as lead sponsor Shepherd Neame is celebrating the occasion with a special limited edition beer. The Broadstairs 50th Folk Ale (3.9% abv) is a golden ale, boasting a sweet malt flavour from crystal and pale ale malts combined with citrus and pine notes provided by Tettnang, Mittlefruh, and Boadicea hops.
18 June 2015
Shepherd Neame have unveiled a new look for our award-winning 1698 Bottle Conditioned Kentish Strong Ale. Originally brewed in 1998 to celebrate our tercentenary, 1698 is a dark amber-coloured ale with a robust hop character.
11 June 2015
There is less than a week to go until beer lovers across the country will be raising a glass and joining a nationwide toast for the UK’s very first Beer Day Britain. The national ‘cheers to beer’ is taking place at 12.15pm on Monday, June 15 - chosen as it was the date in 1215 that the Magna Carta was sealed.
09 June 2015
Enjoy a real taste of Kent this summer with new Red Sails Cherry Porter, flavoured with the Garden of England’s famous Morello cherries. Originally developed in the pilot brewery, the hand crafted seasonal ale is now among the collection of No.18 Yard Brewhouse beers available nationwide.