Ales & Lagers

  • Bishops Finger Strong Ale. 16 x 500ml bottles

    £30.00

    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%.

  • Spitfire Premium Kentish Ale - 16 x 500ml bottles

    £29.00

    Celebrate the Bottle of Britain with this excellent Premium Kentish Ale. Named after the legendary Supermarine Spitfire this spicy, hoppy bitter is our most popular bottled ale. Abv 4.5%. Two cases of 8 x 500ml bottles

  • 1698 Bottle-conditioned Ale - 16 x 500ml bottles

    £31.50

    Thrice-hopped and bottle conditioned, 6.5% abv 1698 is the connoisseur’s choice, a beer to be savoured. Originally brewed to celebrate our tercentenary, 1698 was a silver medal winner in the Taste of Britain Awards, was included in the International Beer Challenge’s World’s Top 50 Beers and has won a Gold Award from the British Bottlers’ Institute. Two cases of 8  x 500ml bottles.

  • Barley Wine

    £6.00

    This 10% Barley Wine is the product of a unique collaboration between Shepherd Neame and Swedish craft brewers Sigtuna Brygghus, expertly blended with an inspired selection of malts and hops, and aged in oak Bourbon casks.

    On opening, the Barley Wine has a smoky aroma with a hint of fruit, with bourbon and oak whispering through.
    When poured, the Barley wine is a beautiful deep ruby red mahogany.

  • The Ultimate Collection

    £22.95

    The Ultimate Shepherd Neame Collection - a stunning 12 bottle mixed case.

    An amazing mixed case showcasing our entire range of ales, featuring one of every bottled beer we produce.
    This case of 12 bottles will delight any beer fan.

    Also includes some tasting notes, so you can taste and assess each ale, just like our Masterbrewers!

    Contents may vary very slightly, but will always be great!  The perfect gift, whether for someone else, or just for yourself...

  • Whitstable Bay Ales - Mixed Case

    £26.67

    8 x 500ml bottles of Whitstable Bay Pale Ale
    8 x 500ml bottles of Whitstable Bay Organic Ale

    The Whitstable Bay Collection is named after the traditional fishing village of Whitstable; renowned for its annual Oyster Festival, village life and unique beaches.  The Faversham Steam Brewery title was originally adopted in the late 18th century, when Shepherd Neame became one of the first steam-powered breweries outside of London.

  • Whitstable Bay Collection - 56 bottle mixed case!

    £89.00

    The Whitstable Bay Collection is named after the traditional fishing village of Whitstable; renowned for its annual Oyster Festival, village life and unique beaches.  The Faversham Steam Brewery title was originally adopted in the late 18th century, when Shepherd Neame became one of the first steam-powered breweries outside of London.

  • Kent's Best Invicta Ale - 16 x 500ml bottles.

    £29.00

    Kent's Best Invicta Ale delivers the distinctive taste of the hop country, made with natural ingredients and mineral water from Britain's oldest county. Brewed at the Court Street brewery, Faversham, where classic Kent ales have been made since 1698, Kent's Best Invicta Ale is a medium-bodied and well-balanced cask conditioned beer. ABV 4.1%.  Two cases of 8 x 500ml bottles

  • Whitstable Bay Pale Ale, 16 x 500ml bottles

    £29.90

    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. Two cases of 8 x 500ml bottles

  • Whitstable Bay Blonde Lager, 24 x 330ml

    £29.75

    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

  • Brilliant Ale - 16 x 500ml bottles

    £30.00

    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. Two cases of 8 x 500ml bottles

  • Masterbrew - 16 x 500ml bottles

    £29.00

    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. Two cases of 8 x 500ml bottles

  • Double Stout - 16 x 500ml bottles

    £30.00

    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.  Two cases of 8 x 500ml bottles

  • India Pale Ale - 16 x 500ml bottles

    £30.50

    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.  Two cases of 8 x 500ml bottles

  • Asahi Super Dry - 24 x 330ml

    £30.75

    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.