Blog

  • Pub Transforms Old Junk Into New Garden Bar and Stage

    30 July 2014

    A quirky new garden bar and stage made entirely from reclaimed materials has been unveiled at The Dove at Dargate, near Faversham. The country pub, owned by Shepherd Neame, dates back to the 18th century and was taken over in November last year by licensee Chris Johnson and his partner Dee.

    Read more

  • Pub of the Week: Manor Farm Barn, Southfleet

    29 July 2014

    Should you happen to be passing this summer, you will soon be able to see quite a lot more of the staff at the Manor Farm Barn than usual.  After staff here with hit with the news that they had lost a colleague to pancreatic cancer, the close-knit team decided to do something positive in their friend’s memory.

    Read more

  • Taste a Truly Classic Ale

    27 July 2014

    One of Shepherd Neame’s oldest brews, Brilliant Ale, will be available on draught later this month. It is part of the Faversham-based brewery’s Classic Collection, a range of draught beers recreated from historic recipes discovered in its archives, which also includes Double Stout, India Pale Ale, Mild and Porter.

    Read more

  • Featured Recipe: BBQ Hot Smoked Salmon with Parsley and Chive Flatbreads

    26 July 2014

    The salmon is cured and then hot smoked on the barbecue with Earl Grey tea leaves which impart a subtle smokiness. Here we served it up with Whitstable Bay Pale Ale which cuts through the smokiness well and contrasts with the sweetness of the salmon.View a printable version here. Preparation 30 mins (plus curing 2 days): Cooking 20 minutes: Serves 4

    Read more

  • Shepherd Neame Extreme Do It Again!

    26 July 2014

    Shepherd Neame Extreme triumphed at the recent Ford Ranger Great Lakeland Challenge 2014. The fundraising team, comprising chief executive Jonathan Neame, export manager Olly Scott and head of property services Martin Godden, along with their team manager Chris Pattinson, travelled to Cumbria to take part in the charity triathlon – the longest, steepest and highest in the UK.

    Read more

Pages