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    23rd December 2016

    Kick off the New Year with two limited edition beers from Shepherd Neame. Britain’s oldest brewer, based in Faversham, Kent, is releasing India Pale Ale on keg for the first time in January, along with Hog Island East Coast Pale Ale on cask.

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    21st December 2016

    Popular community local the Crown and Anchor in Faversham is to reopen before Christmas with a new face behind the bar.

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    Shepherd Neame Shortlisted For National Pub Awards

    14th December 2016

    Shepherd Neame has been shortlisted for two honours in the 2017 Publican Awards, the pub industry’s ‘Oscars’.

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    Shepherd Neame Pubs Honoured For Food Excellence

    14th December 2016

    Three Shepherd Neame pubs have been voted among the UK’s Top 50 Gastropubs in the Estrella Damm Gastropub Awards 2017.

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    £350,000 Refurbishment For Popular Kent Pub

    9th December 2016

    The Manor Farm Barn in Southfleet has reopened after a month-long £350,000 refurbishment.

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    New Rooms And New Look For Historic Coaching Inn

    6th December 2016

    Historic coaching inn The Ostrich in Colnbrook, Berkshire, has reopened following a £1.1 million refurbishment.

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    Visitor Centre Wins Top Tourism Awards

    29th November 2016

    Shepherd Neame’s Visitor Centre has been rewarded for its eco-friendly efforts with the Gold Award in the Sustainable Tourism category of this year’s Beautiful South Awards.

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    Official Launch For Refurbished Seaside Pub

    24th November 2016

    The new-look East Kent pub in Whitstable was officially opened on Wednesday, November 23.

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    Get Into The Festive Spirit With Rudolph's Reward

    14th November 2016

    Originally developed in the pilot brewery at Shepherd Neame in Faversham, Kent, Rudolph's Reward is among the collection of innovative limited edition No.18 Yard Brewhouse beers, named after the historic cask store.

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    Traditional Gravesend Pub Transformed Into Stylish Bar

    9th November 2016

    Traditional pub The Grapes in Gravesend has undergone a £60,000 transformation into a stylish wine bar.

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    Tributes Paid To Long-Serving Pub Landlord

    3rd November 2016

    Tributes have been paid to Les Koncsik, Shepherd Neame’s longest-serving pub landlord, who passed away on Tuesday, November 1.

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    New Look And New Food Offer At Refurbished Surrey Pub

    1st November 2016

    The Plough in the bustling historic town of Farnham, Surrey, has reopened after a month-long £150,000 refurbishment.

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