Bishops Finger Kentish Strong Ale is a connoisseur's beer with excellent credentials and pedigree and is a silver medal-winner in the Daily Telegraph Taste of Britain awards. It takes its name from the finger-shaped signposts which pointed pilgrims on their way to the tomb of Thomas a Becket in Canterbury and was the first strong ale to be brewed by Shepherd Neame after malt rationing was eased in the late 1950s. It is also one of the UK's oldest bottled beers, brewed since 1958. Bishops Finger holds EU Protected Geographical Indication, recognising its unique provenance. ABV 5.4%
Warm the cockles of your heart with this full-bodied, warming winter ale, light in colour and characterised by a delicious, fragrant hoppy aroma & palate. A very special beer for a very special time of year.
Whitstable Bay Pale Ale is designed to suit all palettes and offers a lighter more refreshing taste. Its a full bodied, fruity ale with a subtle bitterness and glorious grapefruit and pine aromas. 4%ABV
A new member of the Whitstable Bay family this refreshing contemporary lager is distinguished by it's unique hop character. Its spicy overtones are perfectly balanced by the scent of fresh flowers giving an enhanced drinking experience. 4.5%ABV
A pale, golden, brilliantly bright, hoppy ale, brewed with 100% pale malt and the choicest East Kent Golding hops. This was a hugely popular ale in its day and has now risen Phoenix-like for the modern drinker to enjoy.
Master Brew is brewed using only the finest Kentish barley and hops and is Shepherd Neame’s 'Local Hero', a distinctive, mid-brown 4.0% abv bitter ale, with all the hoppy aroma you would expect of a beer brewed in the heart of the hop country.
A classic double stout from a recipe discovered in the vaults of Britains oldest brewer. Brewed in the UK's last remaining wooden mash tuns.The resultant 5.2% abv beer is glossy and black with a robust hop aroma and roasted chocolate nose. It delivers a velvety smooth palate of dry, burnt flavours complemented by cocoa and coffee notes. Black, creamy and delicious; it is a Shepherd Neame masterpiece.
A historic brew which conjures up images of high seas and faraway places. At 6.1% abv, this IPA retains the strength and character that is typical of this iconic, internationally renowned beer. Shepherd Neame’s India Pale Ale is hopped at three stages of the boil, with two varieties of Kentish hops – Fuggles and East Kent Goldings – resulting in a deep golden ale, with spiced fruit notes and a distinctive, heavily hopped bitterness.
Whitstable Bay Organic Ale is named after the Kent coastal town, famed for its oysters, and makes a great partner for light dishes such as seafood and salads. It is a light, refreshing 4.5% abv ale made from 100% natural ingredients including chalk-filtered mineral water, the finest organically-grown hops and winter pearl malting barley.
Super crisp, super clear and super dry, 5.0% abv Asahi Super Dry embodies Japanese discernment and good taste. Asahi, pronounced ‘A-Sa-Hee’, means ‘rising sun’ and was developed in 1987 as Japan’s first karakuchi or ‘dry’ beer – easy-to-drink, good with food and characterised by its dry bite.
A handsome, pale walnut colour leads to rich, exotic grapefruit and damask rose scents which exhibit the woodlands freshness of Late Red hops. The flavour is complex, subtle and mouth-filling. The nourishing fullness of crystal malt slowly takes on a drier, dramatic definition as the intricate and fragrant bitterness of the hop slides forward in the finish and aftertaste.