1981 Royal Wedding - Charles and Diana
29th July 1981: Charles and Diana marry
Crowds of 600,000 people filled the streets of London to catch a glimpse of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer on their wedding day.
The couple were married at St Paul's Cathedral before an invited congregation of 3,500 and an estimated global TV audience of 750 million - making it the most popular programme ever broadcast.

Britons enjoyed a national holiday to mark the occasion.

Lady Diana, 20, arrived almost on time for the 1120 BST ceremony after making the journey from Clarence House in the Glass Coach with her father, Earl Spencer.
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Brewery opened in 1837 and was acquired by Henry Wadworth in 1875. Still run as a traditional brewery, it is one of the few in the country to employ a cooper. It also owns the Red Shoot brewpub. The former Mayhem brewplant is used as a test plant here, and beers apear from time to time from this plant under the name Pint Size Brewery.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/367

Brewery Website: www.wadworth.co.uk
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Brewed for: Penruddocke Arms, Dinton, Wiltshire

Standard Half Pint - Gold Foil Top
1 bottle wanted.

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Brewed for: Penruddocke Arms, Dinton, Wiltshire

Standard Half Pint - White Foil Top, Embossed with Royal Crown
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Watney Mann was formed in 1958 with the merger of Watney, Coombe, Reid & Co. Ltd with Mann, Crossman & Paulin Ltd with brewing taking place mainly at the former Mann's plant. Merged with Grand Metropolitan Hotels in 1972 and the brewery was closed in 1979.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/754
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Brewed for: Mr Cherry's, St Leonards

Standard Half Pint - Gold Foil Top

Limited Edition (un-numbered), of 36
Labels do vary. Some state 'Mr Cherry's Superwines' and some state simply 'Mr Cherry's'
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Brewed for: General Circulation

Standard Half Pint - Gold Foil Top, Embossed with Star Pattern
2 bottles for sale.

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Brewed for: General Circulation

Standard Half Pint - Gold Foil Top, Embossed with Star Pattern

Pack of One in Presentation Box
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Brewed for: Berni Inns

Standard Half Pint - Blue Crown Cap
No indication of brewer on label, but widely attributed to Watneys brewery
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Brewed for: The Talbot, Loughton, Milton Keynes

Standard Half Pint 'Manns Brown Ale' - Manns Brown Cap
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Brewed for: Talbot, Loughton

Standard Half Pint 'Watneys Celebration' - Gold Crown Cap
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Charles Wells acquired a brewery, built in Horne Lane, Bedford in 1816, in 1875. Moved to their current location in 1976. The brewery is the largest family owned brewery in Britain. Announced in May 2006 that production would transfer to a new company, of which a 60% share will be owned, formed by a merger with Young's to become Wells & Young's Brewing Co Ltd. Wells will continue as a pub group.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/129

Brewery Website: www.charleswells.co.uk
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Brewed for: General Circulation

Standard Half Pint - Silver Foil Top, Embossed with Royal Crown
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Standard Half Pint - Silver Foil Top, Embossed with Royal Crown

Numbered Certificate, Limited Edition of '?'

Pack of Two with Glass
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