• Preparations Underway for 2015 Hop Festival

    14 August 2015

    Preparations are underway for the 26th Faversham Hop Festival, taking place on Saturday, September 5 and Sunday, September 6. We are pleased to once again the official partner for the free two-day event, which commemorates the golden days of hop picking in Kent.We will be sponsoring the Brewery Stage in Court Street, which will feature a diverse range of performances by local musicians on both day

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  • Wacky Wheelie Bin Race Raises Over £3,000 for Charity

    13 August 2015

    This year’s Wheelie Bin Race at the Three Horseshoes pub in Hernhill, near Faversham, raised £3,128 for charity. Launched at the Shepherd Neame pub more than a decade ago, the annual event sees teams of four racing elaborately decorated bins through the village.

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  • Golden Era for Spitfire Ale

    11 August 2015

    One of the UK’s most popular beer brands, Spitfire Premium Kentish Ale, is making an exciting new addition to its range this autumn – Spitfire Gold.

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  • Riverside Pub Provides Local Employment Boost

    06 August 2015

    A total of 10 new employees have been taken on at riverside pub The Anchor at Yalding following its recent acquisition by Britain’s oldest brewer Shepherd Neame. The 14th century thatch roofed pub is situated on the River Medway, a few minutes from the village of Yalding near Maidstone, and was taken over by the Faversham-based brewery at the start of July. The Anchor is being run by Chris Peach,

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  • British Soul Star to Headline Pub Music Festival

    04 August 2015

    British soul star Paul Young is to headline a new charity music festival at the Dover Castle Inn in Teynham. T-Music will take place at the Shepherd Neame pub from 12noon on Saturday, August 15, and will feature Paul Young’s seven-piece Americana group Los Pacaminos, along with performances by Hullabaloo, The Chillbillies, The Legendary Rhythm Methodists and Paragraph1. Tickets will be priced £20,

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