01 June 2012
It is June at last (or too soon depending on your viewpoint?) and this weekend is the Jubilee celebration.
We have produced a Diamond Jubilee cask ale that you will hopefully find in your local public house, it is a 3.8% light coloured ale brewed using only pale ale malt which has a pleasant summery bouquet from the hops.
28 May 2012
It’s chocks away for Kent Crisps as they reveal the latest flavour in their award-winning portfolio – Roast Beef and Spitfire Ale.
The premium ale from Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer, was originally brewed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. Its characteristically Kentish, hoppy flavour has made it a firm favourite with beer lovers.
10 May 2012
When I joined Shepherd Neame at the start of the year one of the big projects that had just started was trial brewing of Samuel Adams Boston Lager.
Late in 2011 a deal had been agreed with the Boston Beer Company for Shepherd Neame to brew this world famous beer under licence in Faversham – the first time that it has been brewed outside the USA. January was a great time for me to join as I could get involved in brewing this superb beer!
30 April 2012
We're proud to announce that Samuel Adams Boston Lager is now available on draught!
Here's the latest* list of stockists - we're working to get Sam Adams installed as quickly as possible, but in the mean time please check with the outlet beforehand to find out if Sam Adams is on.
Adelaide, Teddington, Middlesex
Ailsa Tavern, Twickenham, Middlesex
Anchor Inn, Faversham, Kent
09 September 2011
Bishops Finger, Shepherd Neame’s Kentish strong ale, has won a bronze award at the International Beer Challenge 2011, organised by leading drinks trade title Off Licence News.Shepherd Neame’s oldest beer brand, Bishops Finger, was blind-tasted by judges amid fierce competition from around the world.