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British Isles - Shepherd Neame

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Shepherd Neame

Faversham, Kent, England, ME13 7AX

www.shepherdneame.co.uk

It didn’t take 12th-century monks long to discover that Faversham’s pure spring water could be combined with locally grown malting barley to produce particularly fine ale. When the town’s mayor founded a brewery in 1698 over an artesian well, he launched the country’s longest-surviving brewery, which, through various partnerships, was by 1864 called Shepherd Neame. The community-focused company is still run by the Neame family, whose heritage and traditional values go hand-in-hand with contemporary standards of service and technological advances.


Brewing secret

The brewery still makes use of mash tuns made from Russian teak, which were installed in 1914.


Bishop’s Finger

beer style: Strong Bitter
alcohol content: 5% ABV

Generously fruity, with banana and pear prominent, a biscuit-rich maltiness, and dried fruit flavors.


Spitfire

beer style: Premium Bitter
alcohol content: 4.5% ABV

A underlying deep maltiness is combined with a subtle hint of toffee and boldly fruity citrus hops.


Whitstable Bay Organic Ale

beer style: Bitter
alcohol content: 4.5% ABV

Organic barley and New Zealand hops orchestrate this elegant ale’s bittersweet and floral flavors.


Master Brew Bitter

beer style: Bitter
alcohol content: 3.7% ABV

Distinctly hoppy, well-balanced, with a dusting of sweetness and a slight bitterness to the finish.

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