16 March 2011
Shepherd Neame, the Kent-based brewer and pub operator, today announces results for the 26 weeks ended 25 December 2010.Highlights include: Turnover up 1.6% to £61.7m (2009: £60.8m)
Operating profit level at £6.4m (2009: £6.4m)
Earnings per £1 share 26.7p (2009: 28.7p)
Interim dividend 4.80p per £1 'A' "Ordinary Share (2009: 4.75p)
Record beer volume
15 March 2011
There’s something spooky going on at Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer.
The Faversham brewery has a plethora of ghosts and spirits, but recently staff have noticed an increase in paranormal activity and even reported sightings of a feline ghost.
08 March 2011
Shepherd Neame brewery has been recognised with a silver award in the Green Tourism Business Scheme.
Awards are granted to businesses that are actively engaged in reducing the negative environmental and social impacts of their tourism operations.
08 March 2011
Pubs run by Kent brewer Shepherd Neame have come out on top in an independent survey on the importance of pub food.
Shepherd Neame pub food achieved the best ratings among customers of a number of major pub companies across the UK.
07 March 2011
A Shepherd Neame pub has been voted the best in Thanet.The Belle Vue in Pegwell Bay came out tops in a reader survey – styled the Pub Oscars – run by the Thanet Times. While categories included Best Landlord in a Leading Role and Best Real Ale Pub, the Belle Vue Tavern walked away with the big one – the Best Pub in Thanet.Journalist Saul Leese, who ran the competition via his column Time, Gentleme