20 June 2013
Shepherd Neame chief executive Jonathan Neame appeared on Jeff Randall Live on Sky News last night. Hear what he had to say about the resurgence of the Great British pub, the growth of good quality beer and the never-ending winter…
21 September 2016
Shepherd Neame, Britain’s Oldest Brewer, today announces results for the 52 weeks ended 25 June 2016.
Financial performance: Record set of results and impressive progress against strategic objectives
Turnover increased by +1.2% to £139.9m (2015: £138.2m)
Underlying operating profit up +3.5% at £14.2m (2015: £13.8m)
Underlying profit before tax up +10.7% to £10.3m (2015: £9.3m)
12 September 2016
Shepherd Neame’s Spitfire Premium Kentish Ale has been honoured at the national Beer Marketing Awards for the second year in a row.
It won Best Use of Competitions in recognition of its Fly A Spitfire Campaign, organised to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
06 August 2016
Two of Shepherd Neame’s brands have been shortlisted for honours in this year’s national Beer Marketing Awards.
Master Brew is being considered for Best Packaging/Design, following its redesign last year. The brand was given a fresh new look by Tunbridge Wells-based agency JDO, celebrating its heritage as The Original Kentish Ale.
01 August 2016
A month-long £50,000 makeover has been completed at seaside pub The Saracens Head in Deal.
Dating back to the early 19th century, the historic Shepherd Neame pub is only a short stroll from the seafront, and has a covered courtyard garden to enjoy during the summer months, along with a log burner inside the pub, creating a cosy atmosphere when the weather is chilly.