The home of ales such as Master Brew, Spitfire, Bishops Finger and 1698 and lagers such as Oranjeboom, Hürlimann and Asahi
Brewing has taken place on the site of the Faversham Brewery for more than 400 years. In 1864, Percy Beale Neame joined the then Shepherd & Mares brewery and when John Henry Mares died two months later, Shepherd Neame & Company was born
From then on, Shepherd Neame has continued to provide the country with quality Kentish ales for the enjoyment of all
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