1977 Royal Silver Jubilee - Queen Elizabeth II
In 1977 The Queen's Silver Jubilee was marked with celebrations at every level throughout the country and Commonwealth.

The actual anniversary of The Queen's accession on 6 February 1952 was commemorated in church services throughout that month. The Queen spent the anniversary weekend at Windsor with her family and the full jubilee celebrations began in the summer of 1977.

On 4 May at the Palace of Westminster both Houses of Parliament presented loyal addresses to The Queen, who in her reply stressed that the keynote of the jubilee was to be the unity of the nation.

The climax of the national celebrations came in early June. On the evening of Monday 6 June, The Queen lit a bonfire beacon at Windsor which started a chain of beacons across the country. On Tuesday 7 June, vast crowds saw The Queen drive in the Gold State Coach to St Paul's Cathedral for a Service of Thanksgiving attended by heads of state from around the world and former prime ministers of the UK.
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Brewing started in 1863 at the Crown Brewery, Audenshaw. For the first 30 years of their existence they moved several times before in 1899 arriving at their current location. The brewery is still controlled by the family of the original owner.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/363

Brewery Website: www.hydesbrewery.co.uk
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Standard Half Pint - Red Crown Cap
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Standard Pint - Red Crown Cap, Stamped with 'Replace to Reseal'
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Standard 750ml - Red Crown Cap, Stamped with 'Replace to Reseal'
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The origins of Ind Coope go back to 1709 when brewing started behind The Star Inn in Romford. In 1799 this pub was taken over by Edward Ind and a larger brewery built. C.E.Coope joined the firm in 1845 and in 1856 a much large brewery was opened in Burton-upon-Trent. The firm was renamed Ind Coope in 1886. In 1934 it merged with Samuel Allsopp. It merged once more with Ansells and Tetley Walker in 1961 to form Allied. The beer is now produced by Carlsberg-Tetley at their Leeds plant.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/723
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Standard Half Pint - Blue Crown Cap, Printed with 'Silver Jubilee Strong Ale'
1 bottle for sale.

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Standard Half Pint - Blue Crown Cap, Printed with 'Silver Jubilee Strong Ale'

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Founded in nearby Lorton in 1828 they moved to their current picturesque location in 1874. The brewery used water from it's own well. Taken over by Wolverhampton and Dudley during the early part of 2005.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/20

Brewery Website: http://www.jenningsbrewery.co.uk
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Standard Half Pint - Silver Crown Cap
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Formed from the merger of King & Sons, a maltsters set up in 1850, and G. H. Barnes & Co., a brewers dating back to 1800, in 1906 this family owned brewery survived until they were taken over by Hall & Woodhouse in Spring 2000, with all production at Horsham ceasing. Sussex Bitter and Old Ale are brewed at Hall & Woodhouse, Mild Ale is brewed at the Hall & Woodhouse owned Gribble Inn. The last member of the King family involved in the company still brews in Horsham as WJ King & Co (Brewers).

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/41
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Standard Nip - Silver Crown Cap
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?
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Numbered 32 (see comments box), Limited Edition of 50

Facsimile ? Signature of Bill Urquhart, the Brewer
A second bottling of ? was produced, all numbered 53. This second run was produced with glossier labels
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