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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TR3571 : The Rose In June, Margate by Oast House Archive
TR1768 : The Bun Penny, Pub Sign, Herne Bay by David Anstiss
TQ4069 : The Anglesey Arms, Pub Sign, Bromley by David Anstiss
TR1458 : The Millers Arms, Canterbury by Oast House Archive
TR0949 : The Compasses Inn, Sole Street by David Anstiss
TQ3004 : Regency Tavern, Brighton by Oast House Archive
TQ5840 : The Black Horse, Camden Rd by N Chadwick
TR1661 : The Golden Lion Public House, Broad Oak by Oast House Archive
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TQ8149 : Clothworkers Arms, Pub Sign, Sutton Valence by David Anstiss
TQ7655 : The British Queen by N Chadwick
TQ9672 : The British Queen Pub, Minster by David Anstiss
TQ3578 : Prince of Wales sign by Oast House Archive
TR0664 : The Sportsman, Pub Sign, Seasalter by David Anstiss
TQ5837 : The Bull sign by Oast House Archive
TQ7656 : The Dog and Gun sign by Oast House Archive
TR3067 : Crown & Sceptre, Acol by Oast House Archive
TQ6466 : George Inn sign by Oast House Archive
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TQ8209 : Royal Standard by N Chadwick
TR0161 : The Market Inn Public House, Faversham by David Anstiss
TQ3004 : Caxton Arms, Brighton by Oast House Archive
TR0660 : The Three Horseshoes Public House, Staplestreet by David Anstiss
TQ6474 : The Grapes Pub, Gravesend by David Anstiss
TQ8755 : Ringlestone Inn Pub Sign by David Anstiss

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

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