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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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  • Tenterden pub goes from strength to strength

    30 March 2011

    An historic Shepherd Neame pub is attracting an array of new fans following its refurbishment by introducing accommodation and home-cooked food. The William Caxton, at the end of Tenterden High Street, has received a new lease of life since licensee Debbie Fleet (pictured) took over in December last year.

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  • Tony's town centre pub is the real deal

    24 March 2011

    A popular lunchtime haunt has a smart, new look thanks to a refurbishment by brewer Shepherd Neame and licensee Tony Blackburn. One of East Grinstead’s oldest pubs, the Sussex Arms, in West Street, has been redecorated inside and out and now boasts two comfortable seating areas, one furnished for casual dining plus a second “chill-out” area with settees, leather chairs and coffee tables.

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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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