Shepherd Neame is Britain’s oldest brewer and can trace its origins back to the early 1500s. The independent family business produces Kentish ales of such renown that they are afforded Protected Geographical Indication from the EU, the same status enjoyed by Champagne producers.

The brewery is in the heart of hop country, in the medieval market town of Faversham in Kent and is run by the fifth generation of the Neame family.

Their beers are brewed using 95% Kentish hops combined with the finest malted barley and chalk filtered mineral water from an artesian well deep beneath the brewery.

Shepherd Neame operates 327 urban, rural and coastal pubs and hotels across London and the South East. They brew more than 70 million pints annually and export to 35 countries. A Royal Warrant Holder to HRH Prince of Wales, Shepherd Neame provides more than 4,500 jobs in the UK.

*All entrants must be aged 18 or over and residents of the UK.

How to enter: For your chance to win beer for a year which consists of 1 x bottle per day, (46 cases of 8 x 500ml Whitstable Bay Pale Ale or 16 cases of 24 x 330ml Cinque Lager), just answer the following question: Where is Shepherd Neame’s brewery? Enter your answer with your contact details* in the form below or post to: The Shepherd Neame Competition, Wealden Times, 21 Stone Street, Cranbrook, Kent TN17 3HF by 30 November 2017. There is no cash alternative and the prize must be taken before 31 March 2018. *All entrants’ details will be passed on to Shepherd Neame and Wealden Times Events. Please let us know if you do not wish your details to be passed on.

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