Shepherd Neame Beer Portfolio & Canapé Tasting, Tuesday 10th May, 18:00

News & Events 28 Apr 2016

Beer is one of the world’s most popular drinks, consumed by millions for pleasure and refreshment. It has been cherished as a safe, staple beverage for generations. Shepherd Neame’s beer is made from natural ingredients – chalk-filtered mineral water from their artesian well, brewer’s yeast, malted barley and the finest hops.

These natural products combine to deliver a range of vitamins and minerals which scientists have shown can be very beneficial to your health, when beer is consumed in moderation. No wonder many refer to beer as “liquid bread”.

Of course, enjoying a beer with friends also increases your feeling of wellbeing – and that must be good for your health!

Join us on Tuesday, 10th May  at 18:00 to sample some of the finest beer from Shepherd Neame’s portfolio accompanied with canapés.

Tickets £35 per person. To book please email or call 020 7321 6007

Canapés & Beer Tasting Pairing Menu

Gravadlax with pickled vegetables & sweet mustard dressing


Smoked Duck & Fig Crostini

WB Blonde  

Crispy Salt & Pepper Squid, mango chili sauce

Spitfire Gold

  USDA Prime Dry-Aged Sirloin (canapés style taster)

Sam Adams

Prosciutto Wrapped Green Bean, lemon oil

Angry Orchard (American Cider)

Melted Blue Cheese Crostini, onion jam & walnuts

India Pale Ale

About Shepherd Neame

Shepherd Neame is Britain’s oldest brewer, and has been making beer at its historic site in the market town of Faversham, Kent, for more than 500 years. It still uses traditional methods and 100% natural ingredients to create a portfolio of award-winning classic ales, contemporary beers and internationally celebrated lagers. Every beer is brewed with chalk-filtered mineral water from the brewery’s own artesian well, deep below the brewery, and 93% of the hops used in its beers are grown in Kent. Centuries of brewing experience have been passed down to the current team of brewers, who still use many traditional methods, including handcrafting beer in the UK’s last remaining unlined solid oak mash tuns.