31 May 2011
The Royal Oak in New Ash Green has celebrated its £80,000 refurbishment with a grand re-opening.The Shepherd Neame pub, in Chapel Farm Road, has been redecorated inside and out in a smart, modern style.
Chief executive Jonathan Neame and property and tenanted trade director George Barnes joined licensees Kevin Morris and Sonia Pegler and a host of regulars to celebrate the Royal Oak’s new look.
27 May 2011
A group of wartime veterans who had their burns treated by a pioneering plastic surgeon enjoyed lunch at an Isle of Sheppey pub to celebrate their 70th anniversary.
27 May 2011
Shepherd Neame is inviting people with a keen interest in photography to capture the character of the brewery, where traditional oak mash tuns sit alongside state-of-the-art equipment such as energy-efficient steam injection technology.
One talented photographer will win a Sony Alpha 290 SLR digital camera worth £350, courtesy of Davies & Eason, Faversham.
25 May 2011
Canterbury Jack, Shepherd Neame’s light and refreshing ale, is now better than ever thanks to an enhanced recipe.
Changes to the hopping regime mean the 3.5% abv cask ale / 4% abv bottle ale delivers an even more satisfying taste.
11 May 2011
Shepherd Neame’s former wine and spirits store has been converted into The Old Brewery Store, a spacious and atmospheric venue suitable for a wide range of functions.
The Old Brewery Store, part of Shepherd Neame’s award-winning visitor centre, can accommodate up to 450 guests and kicks off its entertainment programme with a weekend of music events which show off its diversity and unique style.