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  • Pub of the Week: Bishops Finger, Canterbury

    14 June 2016

    The Bishops Finger is a 16th century traditional pub in the St Dunstan’s area of Canterbury, a short walk from the historic cathedral and the city’s major attractions. The pub is ideal for sports fans, with five large screen televisions including one outside, showing all the latest football, cricket and rugby action on Sky.

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  • Pub of the Week: Ye Olde Beverlie, Canterbury

    08 June 2016

    Ye Olde Beverlie is an attractive traditional pub in Canterbury. The warm, welcoming pub retains period features, complemented with a modern twist. The team here are passionate about their food. You can expect big, colourful, hearty food, in large portions, freshly prepared from local ingredients.

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  • Whitstable Bay Collection Supports Seaside Clean-Up

    07 June 2016

    Faversham Steam Brewery’s Whitstable Bay collection is sponsoring monthly beach cleans in the beer’s namesake coastal town. The events are organised by local community group MEAG (Marine Environment Action Group), and see dozens of volunteers helping to clear up the sea front every month.

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  • Prime Minister visits Britain's oldest Brewer

    06 June 2016

    Prime Minister David Cameron visited the Shepherd Neame brewery in Faversham on Friday, June 3.The Prime Minister was joined by local Faversham MP Helen Whately, and Chief Executive of Shepherd Neame, Jonathan Neame.

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  • The Lager of Britain is Ready for Take Off

    01 June 2016

    One of Britain’s most popular beer brands, Spitfire, is making an exciting new addition to its collection: Spitfire Lager. Spitfire Premium Kentish Ale was first brewed in 1990 to honour the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, and last September, to mark 75 years since the historic air campaign, Shepherd Neame introduced Spitfire Gold, which has also proved a huge hit with drinkers.

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