Historic Seafront Hotel Reopens After £650,000 Refurbishment

27 July 2016

A £650,000 refurbishment project including a major restaurant expansion has been completed at the Royal Albion in Broadstairs by Shepherd Neame.   Constructed in 1760, the 21-bedroom hotel is situated in the heart of the quaint cobbled streets of Broadstairs, and boasts a commanding position on the clifftop overlooking Viking Bay. 

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Celebrating Britain's National Beer Day

15 June 2016

Customers at Shepherd Neame pubs across the South East were among hundreds of beer lovers to celebrate Beer Day Britain on Wednesday, June 15. It was the second year of the event, organised to salute Britain’s favourite alcoholic drink, and the idea was simple – gather together in a pub and join in a National Cheers to Beer toast at 7pm.

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The Lager of Britain is Ready for Take Off

01 June 2016

One of Britain’s most popular beer brands, Spitfire, is making an exciting new addition to its collection: Spitfire Lager. Spitfire Premium Kentish Ale was first brewed in 1990 to honour the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, and last September, to mark 75 years since the historic air campaign, Shepherd Neame introduced Spitfire Gold, which has also proved a huge hit with drinkers.

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Seaside Pub Restaurant Reopens After £200,000 Makeover

06 April 2016

Historic seaside pub restaurant The Coastguard in St Margaret’s Bay, near Dover, has reopened following a £200,000 refurbishment. Dating back more than 300 years, The Coastguard boasts panoramic sea views across the small bay, and is Britain’s nearest pub to France.

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Announcement of Interim Results 2015

02 March 2016

Shepherd Neame, the Kent-based brewer and pub operator, today announces results for the 26 weeks ended 26 December 2015. Highlights include: First set of results under new accounting standard FRS102 Turnover increased by 0.3% to £73.7m (2014*: £73.5m) with total own beer volumes excluding contract up 0.1% Underlying operating profit** up 2.9% to £7.2m (2014*: £7.0m)

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