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Shepherd Neame acquires Soho Pub

28 September 2013

Britain's oldest brewer Shepherd Neame acquires Soho pub. Shepherd Neame has acquired the lease of The George public house, in D’Arblay Street, Soho, which the Kent brewer will operate as part of its managed estate.

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It’s Cask Ale Week!

27 September 2013

“What’s Cask Ale Week?” you may be asking. Very simply, it’s a chance to celebrate our iconic national drink – real ale. There are special beers and events the length and breadth of the country – including at our brewery and in our pubs– that will give people a chance to learn more about cask ale.

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Cask Report kicks off Cask Ale Week

26 September 2013

Cask Report kicks off Cask Ale Week by revealing how discerning taste is benefitting Britain’s national drink  People are drinking less and going out less, but when they do go out, they are choosing their beers more carefully – and cask ale is a main beneficiary.

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Pub of the Week: Ye Olde Pumphouse

12 September 2013

Located in the centre of historic Old Town in Hastings, Ye Olde Pumphouse last week hosted Spitfire brand ambassadors Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller for a 1940s themed party.

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Meaty Investment for Butchery Lane Pub and Restaurant

22 August 2013

A Canterbury pub dating back to 1504, Casey’s in Butchery Lane, is set for a £180,000 transformation and has been renamed ‘The Shakespeare’, a return to the historic inn’s former name, by brewers Shepherd Neame.  The pub closed on 22 July for three weeks for the first phase of development of the existing listed building and courtyard.

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