Merchandise

  • Shepherd Neame Jute Bag

    £5.30

    Go green with this re-usable, 1698 branded hessian Jute Bag.

  • Asahi Bottle Cooler

    £29.95

    The Asahi beer cooler is a unique device that is capable of chilling bottles, including Asahi to the perfect drinking temperature in just 3.5minutes.

  • Angry Orchard Bar Runner

    £7.25

  • Asahi Bottle Opener

    £3.00

  • Samuel Adams Bottle Opener

    £3.00

  • Masterbrew Bar Runner

    £7.25

  • Whitstable Bay USB Stick

    £10.50

  • Whitstable Bay Collection Bar Runner

    £7.25

  • Whitstable Bay Bottle Opener

    £3.00

  • Spitfire Pencil Sharpener

    £4.00

    A top quality pencil sharpener that will take pride of place on any desk! 

  • Bishops Finger Bar Towel

    £2.00

    Bishops Finger Kentish Strong Ale is a connoisseur's beer with excellent credentials. 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.

    This 100% cotton bar towel is excellent whether mopping up spills at the bar or dabbing your brow in the gym, it is a truly versatile product.
    Measuring 47cm x 25cm. 

  • The History of Shepherd Neame - The Books of John Owen

    £30.00

    This trilogy of books by John Owen, brewery archivist and historian, explores in detail the history of Shepherd Neame.

    The first book, The Shepherds of Shepherd Neame, presents a detailed account of how a family business was built up, and prospered through the financial challenges it faced.  It also presents a detailed account of the business of brewing in East Kent, in Georgian and mid Victorian times. 

  • Percy Beale Neame and the Shepherd Neame Brewery Book

    £14.95

    This is the third book unravelling the development of Shepherd Neame, and completes a trilogy of books covering a history of nearly 1000 years of brewing in Faversham.  This book is a biography of the first Neame to join the brewery in 1864, and a survey of the business which he developed for nearly 50 years.  It is the remarkable story of a provincial Victorian businessman who found success in the brewing industry.

  • The Emergence of Shepherd Neame Book

    £14.95

    A new book finally confirms an oft-debated topic in British brewing history: who is Britain’s oldest brewer?

  • Samuel Adams Bar Runner

    £7.25

    Samuel Adams Bar Runner

    "For The Love of Beer"

    Create your very own home bar with our selection of bar runners - just like the ones in your local pub.