Pubs

Pub of the Week: The Rose Inn, Ashford

03 July 2015

The Rose Inn, Kennington, Ashford was originally built in 1860 as a private house, but converted into a traditional coaching inn by Shepherd Neame around 1886.

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Shepherd Neame Takes On Historic Riverside Pub

01 July 2015

Riverside pub The Anchor at Yalding has been acquired by Britain’s oldest brewer Shepherd Neame – the first time it has changed hands in more than 30 years. The 14th century thatch roofed pub is situated on the River Medway, a few minutes from the village of Yalding near Maidstone, and is operating as part of the brewery’s managed estate. It was officially taken over by the brewery on Wednesday, J

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New Coastal Bar and Restaurant for Shepherd Neame

20 June 2015

Shepherd Neame is acquiring seaside bar and restaurant The Minnis in Birchington. Boasting panoramic views across Minnis Bay, one of the finest beaches in North Kent, it will be renamed The Minnis Bay Bar & Brasserie, and will operate as part of the brewery’s managed estate.

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Great Music for a Great Cause

17 June 2015

The Bull Inn in Faversham is holding its second Gigs in the Garden music festival on Saturday 4th July to raise money for Pilgrims Hospices.

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Second Pub for Successful Shepherd Neame Licensee

12 June 2015

Historic Redhill pub The Hatch has a new face behind the bar - licensee Dušan Šofranac. The traditional pub, which dates back to the 1860s, was officially taken over by Dušan on Tuesday, June 9.

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