06 November 2014
Experience a delicious taste of the past with Shepherd Neame’s dark, creamy Double Stout.
The glossy black beer was first brewed in 1868 by Britain’s oldest brewer, based in the market town of Faversham, Kent.
22 October 2014
For this week's Shop Pick we dare you to try a truly bewitching brew...
17 October 2014
It’s National Curry Week – have you tried our India Pale Ale with a Tikka Massala?
27 August 2014
As the days get shorter, and nights get darker, it is the perfect time to enjoy Shepherd Neame’s Late Red Autumn Splendour Ale.The crimson copper-coloured seasonal ale is a complex, full flavoured brew, forging the perfect balance between rich, dark malt flavours and a citrussy hop finish.It blends pale ale malt and gently-kilned crystal malt with UK Cascade and Goldings hops.
09 June 2014
Get behind the England team’s bid for football glory this summer with a pint of 4-4-2.
Originally conceived in Shepherd Neame’s pilot brewery, the seasonal ale is now among a new collection of No.18 Yard Brewhouse beers available nationwide.
Named 4-4-2 after the popular football formation, the beer also has its own special line-up – in the form of 10 different hop varieties included in the brew.