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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Camerons started brewing in 1872 and moved to the Lion Brewery in 1893. It ceased to be independent when purchased by Ellerman Lines in 1974. It was further sold to Barclay Brothers in 1983 and Brent Walker in 1989 at which time it was brewing Tolly Cobbold beers. Following the failure of Brent Walker it was purchased by Wolverhampton & Dudley in 1992. Following a failed takeover W & D in 2001 it was sold to Castle Eden in late 2001. Brewing still continues at this site now under the name Castle Eden & Cameron's Brewing Company.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/408
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Brewed for: General Circulation.

Standard Half Pint - Silver Crown Cap.
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Initially formed as Carlsberg-Tetley Brewing Ltd. by the merger of Allied and the Danish company Carlsberg in 1992 and originally based in their Burton upon Trent brewery owned by Allied. A number of regional breweries were closed including Walker in Warrington and Dartmoor in Plymouth. A proposed merger with Bass was blocked by the Government in 1997 which lead to the selling of the former Ind Coope site to Bass and the selling of the Firkin chain of brewpubs leaving the company with just the Leeds plant of Tetley to where it relocated as it's sole real ale brewery. It's is now a completely owned subsidiary of Carlsberg and based at their Northampton lager brewery. The name changed to the current Carlsberg UK Ltd in March 2004.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/707

Brewery Website: http://www.carlsberguk.co.uk
Brewed for: General Circulation.

Standard Half Pint - Gold Foil Top,Embossed with Crown (with 'C' below) and Printed with 'Special Brew' (twice).

Limited Edition number 59156 of 100 Barrels.
Booklet on Neck. 2 bottles for sale.

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Brewed for: General Circulation.

Standard Half Pint - Gold Foil Top, Embossed with Crown (with 'C' below) and Printed with 'Special Brew' (twice).

Limited Edition Numbers 61988 and 67119 of 100 Barrels.
Booklet on Neck. Presentation Pack of Two Bottles with Single Half Pint Carlsberg Glass. 1 bottle for sale.

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The offices of the Charrington Brewery in Mile End RoadCharrington United Breweries Ltd was an English brewery company founded in 1738 which merged with Bass in 1967.

The Brewery operated at the Anchor Brewery, Mile End and started in 1738 as Wastfield & Moss, becoming Charrington & Moss in 1766. In 1872 the company established a presence at Burton on Trent , buying the Lewis Meakin brewery there and brewing at the Abbey Brewery until 1926 when it was sold.[1]

The company was registered in July 1897 as Charrington & Co, and merged with Bass, Mitchell & Butlers in 1967 to form Bass Charrington Ltd. The Anchor Brewery ceased production in January 1975 and the brewery buildings have been demolished.[1]

Bottling and warehousing facilities were also housed in a former distillery at Three Mills, in Bromley-by-Bow. Today, the site at Three Mills is used as offices serving a film studio complex, and the main Anchor Brewery site has been redeveloped as housing, offices and a shopping centre.
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Brewed for: Wheatsheaf, St Leonards.

Standard Nip - Green Foil Top, Embossed with Concentric Circles.

Limited Edition Number 050 of ?
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Started brewing in 1980, initially using a 5 barrel brewplant. This has been expanded to a 15 barrel plant over the years. A feature of the brewery is the large number of beer related food items that are available, such as beer mustard and cheese.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/420

Brewery Website: http://chilternbrewery.co.uk
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Brewed for: General Circulation.

Standard Half Pint - Yellow Crown Cap.

Limited Edition Number 2295 of 4500.

Some Bottles Signed by R Jenkinson, the Brewer.
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Never a brewery, this was the location of the Courage brewery groups headquarters. It ceased to be involved in brewing in any way when the breweries were sold to Scottish & Newcastle and became part of Scottish Courage.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/756
Brewed for: General Circulation.

Standard Half Pint - Silver Foil Top, Plain.
Triangular shelf display advertisment also produced.
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Brewed for: Staff.

Standard Half Pint - Silver Foil Top, Plain.
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Brewing started in 1792, it was acquired by Devenish in 1934. It was purchased by a management buy out in 1991, contract brewing for other breweries, particularly focusing on the supermarket branded beer. It restarted brewing it's own brand beer in 1998. It suspended brewing it's own brands during early 2002 but restarted again later that year. The brewery went into liquidation at the beginning of 2004 and closed during March of that year.
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Brewing in the same place since 1795, this very traditional East Anglia brewer is still very much a family company. The brewery is also famed for a large garden situated behind the brewery, which can also be visited.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/55

Brewery Website: http://elgoods-brewery.co.uk
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Brewed for: General Circulation.

Standard Half Pint - Black Crown Cap, Printed with Greyhound Trademark Logo; and ,Minimum Contents 9 2/3 Fl Oz, on edge of cap.
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