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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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  • Announcement of Interim Results 2010

    16 March 2011

    Shepherd Neame, the Kent-based brewer and pub operator, today announces results for the 26 weeks ended 25 December 2010.Highlights include: Turnover up 1.6% to £61.7m (2009: £60.8m)  Operating profit level at £6.4m (2009: £6.4m) Earnings per £1 share 26.7p (2009: 28.7p) Interim dividend 4.80p per £1 'A' "Ordinary Share (2009: 4.75p) Record beer volume

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  • Canterbury Jack is back!

    16 March 2011

    Shepherd Neame’s Canterbury Jack is back! It benefits from a light, floral citrus aroma, delivering a highly refreshing pale ale fit for the hot summer months. Canterbury Jack – named after an early hop grown in Kent – is the perfect accompaniment to fish, pasta and chicken dishes.

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  • Time to call in the ghost busters?

    15 March 2011

    There’s something spooky going on at Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer. The Faversham brewery has a plethora of ghosts and spirits, but recently staff have noticed an increase in paranormal activity and even reported sightings of a feline ghost.

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