• Pub of the Week: The Caxton Arms, Brighton

    02 December 2014

    Tucked away close to Brighton train station, The Caxton Arms is one of Brighton’s best kept secrets, serving excellent modern Thai food.

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  • A Special Brew to Mark a Special Anniversary

    01 December 2014

    Britain’s oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame, has launched a limited edition ale to commemorate the 100th anniversary of its wooden Mash Tuns – the last remaining in Britain. The brewery has been making beer at its historic site in the market town of Faversham, Kent, for more than 400 years. It still uses traditional methods – including brewing in a pair of solid oak tuns.

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  • Discover the First Neame of Shepherd Neame

    28 November 2014

    A new book offers an insight into the life of the first Neame to run the Shepherd Neame brewery. Percy Beale Neame and the Shepherd Neame Brewery, Faversham: 1836 - 1913 is the latest work by John Owen, archivist and historian at the Faversham-based brewery. It completes his trilogy of books unravelling the development of Shepherd Neame, which start in 1100 and end with this title in 1913.

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  • Shop Pick: Spitfire Ale Gift Box

    26 November 2014

    This week's Shop Pick is the Spitfire Ale Gift Box - which includes two bottles of the award-winning ale, as well as a whole host of Spitfire goodies.

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  • Pub of the Week: The Mermaid Inn, Bishopsbourne

    25 November 2014

    The Mermaid Inn is a traditional village pub in the heart of Bishopsbourne, a village just a few miles outside Canterbury

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