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The Sheerness Times Guardian has launched its very own beer.
STG150 Ale has been brewed by Faversham-based Shepherd Neame for the paper's 150th anniversary.
The ale went on sale at the Aviator pub, Queenborough Corner, after being launched by a trio of soldiers, who have served in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Profits from the ale will go to the Times Guardian's 150th anniversary community chest - to be shared by local charities at the end of the year.
Readers will be able to get £1 off a bottle of the beer through a special voucher to be published in the paper each week.
Ahead of the beer going on sale, Aviator manager Phil Chislett presented Times Guardian editor Matt Ramsden with a cheque for £500.
Matt said: "A lot of hard work has gone into getting the beer produced and there's a lot of people to thank. As far as I know, this is the first time a newspaper has had its own beer.
"We really wanted to try new ideas out for this special year and at the same time, put something back into the community.
"And what better way to launch the beer than to have some real heroes like Julie, Matthew and Julian."
Click link below for video of the launch.