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Shepherd Neame is once again teaming up with Dreamland for 2022

30th June 2022

Shepherd Neame Teams Up With Dreamland Margate For 2022

Following last year’s successful partnership, Shepherd Neame is once again teaming up with Margate’s legendary Dreamland for 2022.

As the official beer partner of Dreamland, the Faversham-based independent family brewer will be supplying Spitfire Lager, Bear Island East Coast Pale Ale and Noughty Bear 0.5% IPA, Singha Premium Thai Lager, E1 Brew Co IPA and Pilsner, and Orchard View cider. The brands will be available throughout the park and in the exclusive surroundings of the new Bear Island VVIP Bar.

Since re-opening in 2015 and expanding in 2017, Dreamland has been delivering exciting experiences for visitors of all ages. Located opposite the golden sands of Margate, it boasts a unique offering of vintage rides, pop-up entertainment, art installations and eclectic street food, plus a packed programme of live music and events.

This summer’s highlights include performances by The Beach Boys on June 23, Paul Weller on July 15, De La Soul on July 23, Simply Red on August 12 and Tom Grennan on August 27. Find the full line-up here:

Shepherd Neame’s Director of Marketing, Brands & Communication Joanna Richardson said: “We are incredibly excited to continue to build on our partnership with Dreamland again for 2022. Our contemporary range of beers are the perfect fit for guests to Dreamland as they enjoy a fantastic line-up of events throughout the summer and beyond.”

Eddie Kemsley, CEO of Dreamland Margate said: “Dreamland and Shepherd Neame is such an ideal partnering. Two great Kent companies, with a combined history of over 400 years, coming together for what is shaping up to be a cracking 2022 season! Together, we’ll provide fun, laughter, entertainment and festival vibes, all washed down with a great range of delicious, thirst-quenching drinks. Here’s to great times ahead!”

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Shepherd Neame Ltd

The fifth-generation independent family business produces Kentish ales of such renown that they are afforded Protected Geographical Indication from the EU.