Shepherd Neame

Faversham, Kent


~ 5 ~
Name: Bishops Finger
Percentage: 5.0%
Units: 2.8 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: The dominant character of this premium ale is its generous, fruity flavour, reminiscent of bananas and pears with citrus overtones. A full-bodied, nut-brown, nourishing ale with a lingering hoppy finish, an ideal companion to food, or it can serve as a delicious digestive after a meal.
Name: Early Bird
Percentage: 4.3%
Units: 2.4 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: Light malty and smooth flavours provide a platform for the full floral spring-like aromas. Spicy early season Kentish hops pervade the rich light fruits of this seasonal ale.
Name: Kent’s Best
Percentage: 4.1%
Units: 2.3 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: An ambient bitter, which successfully merges the biscuity sweetness of English malt with the fruity, floral bitterness of locally grown hops from the Kent countryside, to give a clean, satisfying and moreish drink (to quaff, effortlessly, among friends).
Name: Master Brew Bitter
Percentage: 3.7%
Units: 2.1 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: A clean, dry, refreshing, session bitter, having a touch of sweetness, but displaying an assertive and vibrant hop with a lingering bitter finish.
Name: Spitfire
Percentage: 4.5%
Units: 2.6 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: Crafted from traditional varieties of English malt, this golden ale combines an underlying depth of maltiness, tinged with a subtle hint of toffee, with the bold citrus and fruity spiciness of Kentish hops, to produce a well-balanced, thirst quenching, popular drink.