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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Created: Wed, 16 Jun 2010, Updated: Wed, 1 Sep 2010

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