Shepherd Neame :: Shared Description

"Britain's Oldest Brewer", Shepherd Neame is an English regional brewery founded in 1698 by Richard Marsh in Faversham, Kent, from where they still brew.

Shepherd Neame have over 360 pubs in Kent, London, Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire, Berkshire and Essex. [2010]

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TR3967 : Wrotham Arms, Broadstairs by Oast House Archive
TQ6755 : The Spitfire, King's Hill by Oast House Archive
TR0062 : The Three Mariners, Oare Pub Sign by David Anstiss
TQ7550 : The Bull Inn sign by Oast House Archive
TQ8209 : Royal Standard, The Bourne by N Chadwick
TQ7825 : Castle Inn, Bodiam by N Chadwick
TR2137 : The Master Brewer, Pub Sign, Broadmead Village by David Anstiss
TQ8358 : Hook and Hatchet Pub, Hucking by David Anstiss
TR2265 : The Gate Inn by Oast House Archive
TQ7437 : The Peacock, Iden Green by Oast House Archive
TR1457 : The Cricketers, Canterbury by Oast House Archive
TQ8209 : Hastings Arms sign by Oast House Archive
TR0546 : Painted advertisement on door at King's Head by Oast House Archive
TQ5839 : Royal Wells Hotel by Oast House Archive
TQ7570 : The Tudor Rose sign by Oast House Archive
TR1459 : Ye Olde Beverlie, Public House Canterbury by David Anstiss
TQ5845 : The Foresters Arms sign by Oast House Archive
TQ6649 : Bush, Blackbird and Thrush Pub Sign, Peckham Bush by David Anstiss
TQ3877 : The Spanish Galleon, Public House, Greenwich by David Anstiss
TQ7048 : The Woolpack Public House, Benover by David Anstiss
TQ9063 : The Fountain, Sittingbourne by N Chadwick
TQ8952 : The Dog and Bear Hotel, Lenham by David Anstiss
TQ5110 : Lamb Inn sign by Oast House Archive
TR1066 : The New Inn, Whitstable by David Anstiss
TR0160 : Railway Hotel by N Chadwick

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Created: Wed, 16 Jun 2010, Updated: Wed, 21 Apr 2021

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