Published: 00:01, 27 September 2014 |
It seems even the royal family enjoy a tipple or two from Britain’s oldest brewery.
Shepherd Neame in Faversham has been granted a royal seal of approval by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
The honour is exclusively given to companies which have regularly supplied goods or services for a minimum of five years to the royal family.
In recognition of Shepherd Neame’s longstanding position as a supplier of specialist orders to Prince Charles, permission has been given for the royal warrant to be used on bottles of its flagship beer – Spitfire Premium Kentish Ale.
Prince Charles first awarded a warrant to the brewery in 1998 for Grant’s Morella Cherry Brandy.
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