18 November 2013
One of the Isle of Sheppey’s most iconic buildings, the award-winning Royal Hotel, Sheerness, is to be given a refurbishment costing more than £100,000 by brewers Shepherd Neame. It is the brewery’s second major recent investment on the island following the successful £350,000 relaunch of The Aviator, Queenborough, and Shepherd Neame is seeking a new licensee to run the business. The Royal Hotel,
16 November 2013
November 12th saw Shepherd Neame chief executive, Jonathan Neame, hand over the proceeds from Geoff Rambler’s (aka Geoff Ettridge) book Heroic Yomps to Combat Stress representative Michelle Campbell.
04 November 2013
Environment Secretary Owen Paterson has officially opened a water recovery plant at the Shepherd Neame brewery in Faversham, Kent. The new development cost in excess of £3million. The facility recycles the waste water that results from brewing and cleaning, which was previously sent to the drain.
10 October 2013
There is little doubt that a pint of beer is Great British icon, but the image alone fails to even tell half the story. What keeps beer vital and relevant, and inspires such great interest, are the stories behind our national drink.
07 October 2013
They came, they saw, they sniffed and rubbed.
Last week we hosted the first UK Hop Symposium for people involved in all aspects of the industry – from grower, to merchant, to brewer.