• Shepherd Neame statement on the budget

    21 March 2012

    Shepherd Neame chief executive Jonathan Neame said: “The Beer Duty Escalator is an economically illiterate policy that is inconsistent with other measures to develop a safer drinking culture in this country.“The tourism and hospitality sectors are great sources of job creation, particularly for young people.

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  • Beer & Food Evenings

    20 March 2012

    We don't only run Beer & Food Evenings in our Visitor Centre - our expert team regularly visits pubs all around the South East (and sometimes further!)   Learn how Master Brewers and the Taste Panel assess every batch of Shepherd Neame beer and discover fascinating facts about each beer as well as enjoy a perfectly-matched meal in the comfort of your local.

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  • Fancy running your own pub?

    15 March 2012

      If so, you can find out a bit more about what’s involved at our Tenanted Recruitment Open Day at the Brewery in Faversham on Monday March 26th between 10am and 5pm.   Over 50% of our new tenants have joined us after attending an Open Day. There’s absolutely no obligation to commit at this stage. The day is just a chance for you to:   meet one of our district managers

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  • Announcement of Interim Results 2011

    08 March 2012

    Shepherd Neame, the Kent-based brewer and pub operator, today announces results for the 26 weeks ended 24 December 2011. Highlights include: Turnover up 9.2% to £67.4m (2010: £61.7m) Operating profit up 4.2% to £6.7m (2010: £6.4m) Earnings per £1 share up 5.6% to 28.2p (2010: 26.7p) Interim dividend 4.90p per £1 "A" Ordinary Share (2010: 4.80p)

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  • Richard Frost: Settling In

    06 March 2012

    In his first Blog our new Head Brewer, Richard Frost, provides some thoughts from his first few weeks at Shepherd Neame: It has been just over seven weeks since I joined Shepherd Neame as Head Brewer so I thought it was time I shared my experiences over the last few weeks with you in my first blog.

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