Beer

Re-Born in the USA

25 July 2013

Britain’s oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame, has signed new agreements with Canada’s oldest independent brewery, Moosehead Breweries, to act as their distributors for the US and for Canada.

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European Beer Bloggers’ Conference 2013

16 July 2013

Last weekend saw the third annual European Beer Bloggers’ Conference in Edinburgh and Shepherd Neame was there to show off its latest beers.It’s been a fantastic year in beer, both for Shepherd Neame specifically and the beer world as a whole. New breweries have been opening the length and breadth of the country and drinkers are increasingly seeking old and new styles of beer.

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New Look Whitstable Bay Broadens Beer Range

26 June 2013

Shepherd Neame is reviving its Faversham Steam Brewery identity as the umbrella brand for a new range of Whitstable Bay beers. The Faversham Steam Brewery title was originally adopted by Shepherd Neame in the late 18th century, when it became one of the first steam-powered breweries outside of London.

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Name One of Our Beers

05 June 2013

Would you like to name one of our beers? We are taking part in the Kent Green Hop Beer Fortnight again this year (27 Sept – 13 Oct). The first festival was held in 2012 to celebrate the county’s most iconic crop.

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Brilliant Ale Shines Again

08 May 2013

Britain’s oldest brewer Shepherd Neame has launched Brilliant Ale (5.6% abv), a bright golden ale from the Classic Collection, inspired by an original mid-19th century recipe unearthed in the Faversham brewery’s archives. Now available for the modern-day drinker to savour, Brilliant Ale follows hot on the heels of Double Stout and India Pale Ale, the first two beers from the Classic Collection rel

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