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  • Pub of the Week: The Parrot, Canterbury

    09 March 2016

    As well as being one of the oldest pubs in Canterbury, The Parrot is also housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city. Built on Roman foundations and dating back to the 14th Century, this grade II listed pub has a charming period exterior with plenty of original features inside - oak beams, panelled walls, old brickwork and fine examples of medieval craftsmanship in the upstairs restaurant.

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  • Step Into Summer With Blonde Ambition

    09 March 2016

    Enjoy an early taste of summer with Samuel Adams’ Blonde Ambition, available in bottle for the first time in the UK.The limited edition ale celebrates American Independence Day on July 4, and is a collaborative brew between Shepherd Neame’s Faversham brewery and the Boston Beer Company. For the first time this year it will be available in 500ml bottles.The beer uses equal measures of US and UK hop

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  • National Accolade for Shepherd Neame's Visitor Centre

    05 March 2016

    Shepherd Neame’s Visitor Centre has been awarded a VisitEngland 'Best Told Story' Accolade. The brewery has received the award in recognition of its innovative and effective tour, telling the brewery story in a way that captures the visitor’s imagination. Shepherd Neame’s Visitor Centre is set in a beautifully-restored medieval hall house on the historic brewery site.

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  • Pub of the Week: The Betsey Trotwood, London

    02 March 2016

    The Betsey Trotwood is a characterful Victorian pub in Clerkenwell, central London. Built in 1865, one of the first structures to be built above the London Underground, and named after a character in Charles Dickens’ ‘David Copperfield’, the pub undoubtedly has strong historical roots, but is also a vibrant part of contemporary London life, with a buzzing scene of live music, comedy and more.

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  • Announcement of Interim Results 2015

    02 March 2016

    Shepherd Neame, the Kent-based brewer and pub operator, today announces results for the 26 weeks ended 26 December 2015. Highlights include: First set of results under new accounting standard FRS102 Turnover increased by 0.3% to £73.7m (2014*: £73.5m) with total own beer volumes excluding contract up 0.1% Underlying operating profit** up 2.9% to £7.2m (2014*: £7.0m)

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