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  • Science museum brews ale with Britain's oldest brewer

    23 March 2011

    Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer, welcomed Science Museum curator Dr Andrew Nahum to brew Watt’s Late Ale, in celebration of a new James Watt exhibition. The Science Museum will be opening up the attic workshop of steam pioneer James Watt to the public, as part of a new permanent exhibition James Watt and our world, from March 23.

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  • Morrisons team with Sun Lik for meal deals

    21 March 2011

    Shepherd Neame and Morrisons are offering Sun Lik oriental beer in 500ml bottles as part of meal deal offers for 2011 following a successful launch earlier in the year.Sun Lik was introduced as part of the deal in mid-January and enjoyed particularly excellent sales in the build-up to Chinese new year on February 3.Grocery controller at Shepherd Neame Deighton Ridge said: “Morrisons are fantastic

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  • Shepherd Neame shows pride in British beer

    18 March 2011

    Shepherd Neame in Faversham, Kent, has lent its weight to a national campaign from the Society of Independent Brewers. Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer, was one of the 25 brewers to take a role in the short film featuring its head brewer David Holmes.

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  • Happy Birthday CAMRA

    17 March 2011

    CAMRA were 40 years old yesterday. What an amazing organisation they are. There is no doubt that their efforts on behalf of their members has helped save cask ale from obsurity. I personally feel that after 30 years in brewing there is more interest and deep passion for our national drink than ever before.

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  • Hit tunes take off at the Aviator

    17 March 2011

    A Shepherd Neame pub has helped raise almost £400 for Help For Heroes after hosting a night of classic swing sounds. The Aviator on the Isle of Sheppey was the venue for the latest stage of the Frankie Martin Great British Pub Tour, in which the former soldier performs one gig a night for a year at venues around the country in aid of the forces’ charity.

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