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.
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.
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.
21 February 2011
Shepherd Neame has picked up one gold and two silver medals at the Brewing Industry International Awards, dubbed the Brewing Oscars.
Japanese lager Asahi won gold in the keg lager category, and Chinese Sun Lik picked up silver in the same group. Both lagers are brewed under licence at the Faversham brewery. Whitstable Bay Organic Ale also received a silver award in the small pack ale category.
24 January 2011
Swiss-style lager Hurlimann has rewarded an online competition winner with a spin around Brands Hatch racing circuit.
Neil Scott of Ditton, near Maidstone got to try life in the fast lane when he drove a F1-style single-seater around the world famous track for a day he will never forget.