Beer

Media Reports Regarding Beer's Sugar Content

01 April 2014

Following media coverage of a new study regarding the amount of sugar in beer, British Beer and Pub Association policy manager Steve Livens explains why, in truth, a pint of beer typically contains less than a teaspoon of sugar.

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The Budget 2014 heralds another penny off a pint

19 March 2014

Commentating on another historic beer duty cut in today’s Budget, Shepherd Neame chief executive and chairman of the British Beer and Pub Association, Jonathan Neame, said: “This is exceptional news for the UK beer and pubs sector. Last year’s cut was warmly welcomed, but it is clear the Treasury accepts the position that sustained support of the industry will secure jobs and investment.”  

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New Year, New Beers and Bold New Designs for 2014 Cask Ale Calendar

29 January 2014

An innovative new cask ale collection, No.18 Yard Brewhouse, and a bold re-design for the established seasonal ale range are just a taste of what’s in store from Britain’s oldest brewer Shepherd Neame’s 2014 cask ale calendar. The calendar offers a choice of 14 ales throughout the year, including celebration brews and the brewery’s heritage ale brands - a beer for every month of the year and more!

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British Guild of Beer Writers Awards 2013

02 January 2014

Shepherd Neame was proud to sponsor the award for 'Beer and Food writing' at 2013's British Guild of Beer Writers awards. The winner was Mark Dredge for his brilliant book "Craft Beer World".

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Bishops Finger Re-branding Points In a New Direction

19 December 2013

One of the oldest British ale brands, Bishops Finger Kentish Strong Ale has been re-designed by brewer Shepherd Neame with a new look that celebrates its Kentish heritage. Originally brewed in 1958 as a celebratory ale after years of post-war austerity, 55 years on Bishops Finger remains a popular premium ale available nationwide.

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