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  • Kent Pub goers: Do your duty!

    29 May 2012

    Britain’s oldest brewer urges support for petition to halt excessive beer taxShepherd Neame is urging the people of Kent to get behind a petition to halt huge rises in the tax on beer, which are threating jobs and job creation across the UK.

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  • Cheers as Kent crisps launch Spitfire flavour ale

    28 May 2012

    It’s chocks away for Kent Crisps as they reveal the latest flavour in their award-winning portfolio – Roast Beef and Spitfire Ale. The premium ale from Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer, was originally brewed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. Its characteristically Kentish, hoppy flavour has made it a firm favourite with beer lovers.

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  • West Malling pub open French boutique style rooms

    25 May 2012

    The Joiners Arms, West Malling, has opened four stunning French boutique style bedrooms following a £140,000 refurbishment by Kent brewer Shepherd Neame and licensees Tony and Sharon Stevens.

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  • Medway Mayor opens Homeward Bound, Halling

    23 May 2012

    A Halling pub was officially re-opened last night following a £25,000 refurbishment with Medway Mayor and Mayoress, Vaughan and Jenifer Hewett, cycling to the pub as part of their bid to encourage people to adopt healthier lifestyles.

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  • The Royal Tankerton, £100,000 refurbishment

    18 May 2012

    The Royal, in Marine Parade, Tankerton, has a fresh new look for the summer season following a £100,000 refurbishment by brewer Shepherd Neame. With views across the Thames Estuary to Essex, the Royal is just a few minutes’ stroll from Whitstable Harbour, and is making the most of its magnificent clifftop setting and sea views with major improvements to its bars, restaurant and garden.

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