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  • Grove Ferry has £100,000 refurbishment

    12 April 2011

    A charming riverside pub will be making even more of its delightful setting this Easter thanks to a £100,000 refurbishment and the introduction of a tourist information centre. The Grove Ferry Inn is in a prime spot, just outside Canterbury, in the Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve, on the banks of the Great River Stour.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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