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15th January 2016


Amber Ale

Tuck yourself up in a cosy pub this winter and enjoy a warming pint of Shepherd Neame’s popular Amber Ale.

First brewed in 2009, the golden brown seasonal ale immediately became one of the most popular beers available from Britain’s oldest brewer, based in Faversham, Kent.

Perfect for winter, Amber Ale boasts a fruity aroma and a full, malty palate. It combines Pale, Crystal and Brown malts, bittered by English Challenger hops, with American Cascade hops added for aroma.

There is no chance of missing it on the bar, as it boasts a striking square orange pump clip illustrated with an atmospheric scene of one of Kent’s most famous landmarks, Leeds Castle near Maidstone.

Amber Ale (ABV 4.5%) is available until the end of February.



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