There are few products 'Made in England' today with a longer pedigree than Shepherd Neame's Kentish ales.

The independent family brewery holds the title of Britain’s oldest brewer, and has been making beer at its historic site in the market town of Faversham, Kent, for more than 500 years.

Today, it still uses traditional methods and 100% natural ingredients to create a portfolio of award-winning classic ales, contemporary beers and internationally celebrated lagers, exported to over 35 countries worldwide.

Every beer is brewed with chalk-filtered mineral water from the brewery’s own artesian well, deep below the brewery, and 95% of the hops used in its cask ales are grown in Kent.

Centuries of brewing experience have been passed down to the current team of brewers, who still use many traditional methods, including handcrafting beer in the UK’s last remaining solid oak mash tuns.

For a true taste of England, there is no finer choice than Shepherd Neame.