• Asahi named best keg lager in the world

    14 April 2011

    Asahi Super Dry has been voted the best keg lager in the world by a panel of experts at the Brewing Industry International Awards, the Oscars of the brewing industry. The Japanese lager, brewed under licence by Shepherd Neame in Faversham, Kent, won the title after a double-blind tasting by more than 30 leading brewers from around the globe.

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  • Spitfire and Oranjeboom support county cricket

    13 April 2011

    Spitfire Premium Kentish Ale and Oranjeboom lager are chasing glory on the cricket field this summer in their support for neighbours and rivals Kent Spitfires and Essex Eagles.

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  • Grove Ferry has £100,000 refurbishment

    12 April 2011

    A charming riverside pub will be making even more of its delightful setting this Easter thanks to a £100,000 refurbishment and the introduction of a tourist information centre. The Grove Ferry Inn is in a prime spot, just outside Canterbury, in the Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve, on the banks of the Great River Stour.

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  • New look for Shepherd Neame's bottle-conditioned 1698

    08 April 2011

    Shepherd Neame’s bottle-conditioned ale, 1698, has been given a new look, evoking the Faversham brewery’s rich heritage. The label has been redesigned in black, gold and cream with a collar bearing the three royal lions and the legend “Market Town of Kings”.

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  • New spring menu offers taste and choice

    04 April 2011

    A new menu is helping to herald in the spring at selected Shepherd Neame pubs.Head development chef Simon Howlett (pictured) has produced a combination of new dishes and enhanced favourites that make the most of the kinder weather and diners’ wishes.

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