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  • New look for Shepherd Neame's bottle-conditioned 1698

    08 April 2011

    Shepherd Neame’s bottle-conditioned ale, 1698, has been given a new look, evoking the Faversham brewery’s rich heritage. The label has been redesigned in black, gold and cream with a collar bearing the three royal lions and the legend “Market Town of Kings”.

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  • New spring menu offers taste and choice

    04 April 2011

    A new menu is helping to herald in the spring at selected Shepherd Neame pubs.Head development chef Simon Howlett (pictured) has produced a combination of new dishes and enhanced favourites that make the most of the kinder weather and diners’ wishes.

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  • Toast to William and Kate with Royal Wedding Ale

    04 April 2011

    Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer, is celebrating the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton with a limited edition cask beer to toast the occasion, Royal Wedding Ale.

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  • Families and fans enjoy fresh feel of Croydon pub

    01 April 2011

    A family-friendly Croydon pub has new licensees and a smart new look, following a refurbishment by brewers Shepherd Neame. The Two Brewers, in Gloucester Road, a cosy town pub converted from two Victorian cottages, has been redecorated inside and out with freshly-covered seating and a newly-varnished floor.

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  • Fame at last!

    31 March 2011

    This morning at 6.45am I was heard speaking on Radio 4's "Farmimg Today" about the fact that we have Protected Geographical Indicator status for several of our beers. We have had this designation since 1998 and we are the only UK brewery have it. Newcastle Brown Ale famously lost its accreditation when the Tyne brewery closed and production was moved outside the cityof Newcastle.

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