05 May 2015
Enjoy an early taste of summer with one of Shepherd Neame’s refreshing seasonal beers.
Britain’s oldest brewer is releasing two of its most popular limited edition cask ales in June: Goldings Ale and Brilliant Ale.
09 June 2014
Get behind the England team’s bid for football glory this summer with a pint of 4-4-2.
Originally conceived in Shepherd Neame’s pilot brewery, the seasonal ale is now among a new collection of No.18 Yard Brewhouse beers available nationwide.
Named 4-4-2 after the popular football formation, the beer also has its own special line-up – in the form of 10 different hop varieties included in the brew.
28 May 2014
Celebrate the arrival of summer with Shepherd Neame’s Goldings Ale, a refreshing brew packed with flavour.
The soft golden seasonal ale is made from Kentish First Gold and German Hersbrukker hops, dry hopped with Kentish Goldings grown in gardens close to the Faversham-based brewery.
24 June 2013
Independence Day (4th July) sees the return of limited edition Samuel Adams cask ale Blonde Ambition. The 4.5% abv cask ale is brewed in collaboration between Britain’s oldest brewer Shepherd Neame and leading US craft brewer the Boston Beer Company. The beer uses equal measures of US and UK Cascade hops, with Yakima Valley (US) Cascade imparting pine resin and grapefruit notes, underlined by the
20 April 2012
So who on earth was St George and why do we celebrate him as our national saint?
There are lots of myths and legends around him, as there are plenty of myths and legends about brewing.
Some of the “facts” appear to be that he was born to Christian parents in AD270 in Cappadocia (so no where near England then). He grew up to be a Roman soldier and all was going well for him until he led a rebellion against Emperor Diocletian who was persecuting Christians.