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    BRITAIN’S OLDEST BREWER INVESTS IN STATE-OF-THE-ART BREWING TECHNOLOGY

    16th September 2020

    Britain’s oldest brewer Shepherd Neame has invested in new state-of-the-art brewing technology. It has installed a new yeast propagation plant at its Faversham site, which will take a small quantity of yeast created in the brewery’s laboratory and then multiply it into a large volume for use in the brewing process.

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    SHEPHERD NEAME LAUNCH EXCLUSIVE COMPETITION TO WIN A CONVERSATION WITH KENT CRICKET’S JOE DENLY

    15th September 2020

    With cricket currently being played behind closed doors, Kent Cricket’s principal partner Shepherd Neame has been working with the Club on new initiatives to bring the sporting experience to life.

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    NEW INTERNATIONAL ROLE FOR SHEPHERD NEAME CHIEF EXECUTIVE

    11th September 2020

    Shepherd Neame’s Chief Executive Jonathan Neame has been elected to the Board of the Brewers of Europe to represent the UK’s regional brewers.

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    BEER LOVERS REJOICE: CASK CLUB IS BACK!

    10th September 2020

    Shepherd Neame’s popular Cask Club range of experimental, innovative ales will return to pubs this month.

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    A REFRESHING NEW START FOR ORCHARD VIEW CIDER

    3rd September 2020

    Shepherd Neame teams up with Somerset’s oldest family cider maker Sheppy’s to refresh its popular Orchard View cider.

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    FRESH NEW START FOR HISTORIC VILLAGE HOTEL

    1st September 2020

    A new General Manager is welcoming guests to historic Shepherd Neame hotel The Dog and Bear in Lenham.

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    WATERSIDE PUB REOPENS AFTER £1.5 MILLION TRANSFORMATION

    29th August 2020

    Waterside pub The Wharf in Dartford’s Crossways has reopened following a £1.5 million transformation by Shepherd Neame.

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    BRITAIN’S OLDEST BREWER INVESTS IN THE PRESERVATION OF KENT’S HERITAGE

    30th July 2020

    Britain’s oldest brewer Shepherd Neame has invested in a traditional handcrafted re-thatch of the historic Chestfield Barn pub and restaurant near Whitstable.

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    Shepherd Neame honoured for its commitment to the local community

    22nd July 2020

    Britain’s oldest brewer Shepherd Neame has been honoured for its outstanding efforts to support the local community during the Covid-19 crisis.

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    SHEPHERD NEAME DONATES £4,000 TO KENT NHS COMMUNITY HEROES

    10th July 2020

    Shepherd Neame is donating £4,000 to the Kent NHS Community Heroes charity to celebrate the successful reopening of its online shop.

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    CHIEF EXECUTIVE'S ANNOUNCEMENT 4th JULY 2020

    4th July 2020

    After 15 long weeks of closure, I am absolutely delighted that today we can welcome you back to our pubs!

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    TWO THIRDS OF PUBS TO OPEN BY END OF JULY, LIQUIDITY SECURED FOR THE FORSEEABLE FUTURE

    1st July 2020

    Shepherd Neame is pleased to announce that, following the lifting of restrictions on hospitality businesses by the Government, we expect to re-open at least two thirds of our pubs by the end of July. Further, the Company’s financial position has been strengthened with the agreement of a £25 million borrowing facility utilising the UK Government’s Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme.

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