• Pub of the Week: Ye Olde Pumphouse

    12 September 2013

    Located in the centre of historic Old Town in Hastings, Ye Olde Pumphouse last week hosted Spitfire brand ambassadors Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller for a 1940s themed party.

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  • King’s Head Expands to Satisfy Demand for Tasty Pub Grub

    03 September 2013

    An Ashford pub, the Kings Head in Shadoxhurst village, has been given a £60,000 refurbishment by brewers Shepherd Neame to extend the bar and expand the kitchen to keep up with customer demands for its tasty gastro-pub dishes.  The bar has been extended to provide a larger drinking and eating area by incorporating the old barn, which was previously used as storage space.  The pub now also has a la

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  • Faversham Hop Festival 2013

    30 August 2013

    Faversham plays host to the annual Hop Festival this weekend and visitors to this year's festivities can expect a weekend of fine Kentish food, beer and entertainment as 20,000 descend on the UK's hop-growing home.

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  • Meaty Investment for Butchery Lane Pub and Restaurant

    22 August 2013

    A Canterbury pub dating back to 1504, Casey’s in Butchery Lane, is set for a £180,000 transformation and has been renamed ‘The Shakespeare’, a return to the historic inn’s former name, by brewers Shepherd Neame.  The pub closed on 22 July for three weeks for the first phase of development of the existing listed building and courtyard.

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  • Shepherd Neame Signs Three-Year Deal with Canterbury City FC

    09 August 2013

    Kent brewer Shepherd Neame has signed a three-year sponsorship deal with local football club Canterbury City FC, who play in the premier division of the Southern Counties East Football League. The deal will see Shepherd Neame’s logo appear on Canterbury City’s first team kit as they become the club’s ‘First Team Partner’. City chairman Tim Clark said “It is fantastic for the club to have a well-kn

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