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  • Business as Usual

    05 July 2011

    Last week was an interesting time with the variable weather resulting in a less than peaceful week. Monday was a superb day with the temperature approaching 30 degrees. Unfortunately the weather conditions caused a local power spike that challenged the systems at the brewery and our distribution centre.

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  • Chef's get hooked on new fish skills

    30 June 2011

    Seafood fans can enjoy some impressive fish dishes at Shepherd Neame pubs following a chefs’ skills day on the Kent coast.Nine Shepherd Neame chefs sharpened their filleting skills while also learning more about sustainable fishing from family fishmongers Griggs of Hythe.

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  • Winner announced in brewery photography competition

    23 June 2011

    Keen photographer Jon Strange is the winner of Shepherd Neame’s first Brewery Photography Competition.Amateur photographers in Kent were invited to capture the character of Britain’s oldest brewer during exclusive open evenings, in which they were given an hour to find the winning shot in areas of the brewery not usually open to the public.Nearly 100 entries were received and an expert judging pan

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  • Hat-trick of awards for brewery's visitor centre

    16 June 2011

    Shepherd Neame Visitor Centre has been named Best Little Treasure of Britain in the Group Travel Awards – the brewery’s third tourism award this year.The awards celebrate the best suppliers to the group travel industry, and this year the Little Treasures Award was introduced to recognise smaller, lesser known attractions in the UK.

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  • Refurbishment is crowning achievement

    14 June 2011

    A popular Blackheath pub has enjoyed a prestigious re-opening following a major refurbishment by brewers Shepherd Neame. Chief executive Jonathan Neame welcomed a host of eager guests, including journalists and devoted regulars, all keen to see how The Crown, a prominent pub with 16th century origins, had been brought up-to-date while retaining its traditional warm welcome.

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