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Capture the character of Britain's oldest brewer

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.

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Canterbury Jack now even better

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.

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Award-winning small visitor attraction just got bigger

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.

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Millers Arms has more space and fresh contemporary look

11 May 2011

The Millers Arms in Mill Lane, Canterbury, is preparing to welcome summer visitors with an enhanced space and a fresh, contemporary feel following a £100,000 refurbishment by Kent brewers Shepherd Neame.

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Say cheers to Dad this father's day with Shepherd Neame

09 May 2011

Say thanks to Dad this Father’s Day, June 19, with a guided tour, beer tasting and traditional Sunday lunch or brewers’ tea at Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer in Faversham, Kent.

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