12 September 2011
Eastenders actress and national treasure, June Brown, visited London’s Tom Cribb pub to explore her family history as part of BBC1’s Who Do You Think You Are?She was the first celebrity to feature in the new series, which traces family trees and explores major themes in British social history.
08 September 2011
Shepherd Neame has acquired the Fayreness Hotel, Kingsgate, for an undisclosed sum.The 29 bedroom hotel was previously owned by Thorley Taverns and occupies an enviable position, with spectacular sea views over Botany Bay and close to the sandy beaches of Kingsgate Bay and Joss Bay.
04 September 2011
The Royal Albion Hotel in Broadstairs, Kent has won the ‘Best of British’ chef competition run by leading supplier to the foodservice industry, Brakes and master brewer Shepherd Neame.
03 September 2011
Hurlimann lager has signed a two-year sponsorship deal with the Kent Football League, supporting 30 football clubs across the county playing in its premier, first and second divisions.
The Swiss-style beer will support the renamed Kent Hurlimann Football League with pitchside hoardings at all league grounds and programme advertising through the next two seasons.
19 August 2011
Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer, is preparing for a weekend of fine Kentish food, beer and entertainment as 20,000 people celebrate the 21st Faversham Hop Festival.