Beer

New look for Shepherd Neame's bottle-conditioned 1698

08 April 2011

Shepherd Neame’s bottle-conditioned ale, 1698, has been given a new look, evoking the Faversham brewery’s rich heritage. The label has been redesigned in black, gold and cream with a collar bearing the three royal lions and the legend “Market Town of Kings”.

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Toast to William and Kate with Royal Wedding Ale

04 April 2011

Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer, is celebrating the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton with a limited edition cask beer to toast the occasion, Royal Wedding Ale.

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Shepherd Neame shows pride in British beer

18 March 2011

Shepherd Neame in Faversham, Kent, has lent its weight to a national campaign from the Society of Independent Brewers. Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer, was one of the 25 brewers to take a role in the short film featuring its head brewer David Holmes.

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Canterbury Jack is back!

16 March 2011

Shepherd Neame’s Canterbury Jack is back! It benefits from a light, floral citrus aroma, delivering a highly refreshing pale ale fit for the hot summer months. Canterbury Jack – named after an early hop grown in Kent – is the perfect accompaniment to fish, pasta and chicken dishes.

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Early Bird delivers the spirit of springtime

25 February 2011

Shepherd Neame’s Early Bird Spring Hop Ale delivers a boost of fresh, seasonal flavours to lift the spirits as the weather gets warmer. Deliciously floral in taste, Early Bird Spring Hop Ale takes its name from the Early Bird variety of East Kent Goldings hops, grown in the East Kent hop fields around Shepherd Neame’s brewery in Faversham.

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