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Shepherd Neame has said that it outperformed a lacklustre UK beer market in its latest fiscal year.

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The Spitfire brewer said today (14 June) that volume sales of its own-brewed beers rose by 3.6% for the 48 weeks to 28 May. 

Its performance is in contrast to ongoing decline in the UK beer market. In the first quarter of 2011, UK beer sales fell by 3.8% in volume terms, according to the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA). The UK beer market has shrunk in all but one of the last 19 calendar quarters, BBPA figures show.

Shepherd Neame said that it will report full-year results on 26 June. "Whilst we remain cautious about the general state of the economy, the company expects to announce performance in-line with market expectations," it said.


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