29 June 2012
Shepherd Neame, the Kent-based brewer and pub operator, today announces the purchase of four freehold pubs from Enterprise Inns plc. These high quality pubs are all located within the Company’s heartland of East Kent and further strengthen the Company's footprint in this area. The pubs are based in Canterbury, Deal, and Whitstable.
19 June 2012
Tankerton pub, The Royal, was officially reopened last night following a £100,000 refurbishment.
Long-term customer Guy Ward pulled the ceremonial first pint as a ‘thank you’ from the pub for his continued custom since 1956.
Shepherd Neame chief executive, Jonathan Neame, re-opened the pub which has been renovated throughout.
29 May 2012
Britain’s oldest brewer urges support for petition to halt excessive beer taxShepherd Neame is urging the people of Kent to get behind a petition to halt huge rises in the tax on beer, which are threating jobs and job creation across the UK.
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.
25 May 2012
The Joiners Arms, West Malling, has opened four stunning French boutique style bedrooms following a £140,000 refurbishment by Kent brewer Shepherd Neame and licensees Tony and Sharon Stevens.