2012 Royal Diamond Jubilee - Queen Elizabeth II
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Took over the site of the former Croglin Brewery and started brewing at the beginning of 2012.

Brewery Website: www.croglincastleandbrewery.com
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Brewed for: General Circulation

Standard 500ml - Royal Blue Crown Cap
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First brewed in summer 2006.

Brewery Website: www.thenorthcurrybrewerycouk.com
Brewed for: General Circulation

Standard 500ml - Gold Crown Cap
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Brewery opened in May 1995 in a shed behind the owners home. Moved to a converted shed on a local farm in early 2001.

Brewery Website: www.oldchimneysbrewery.com
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Standard 500ml - Black Crown Cap with circular sticker printed with the Old Chimneys logo.
Just under 200 bottles believed to have been bottled. 1 bottle wanted.

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Having started making wine on an old pig farm in the early 1980s it was decided to install a brewery in May 1990. A 4½ barrel brewplant was installed.

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

Ceramic 33cl - Flip Top
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Brewed for: General Circulation

33cl - Gold Plasticised Top
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The current incarnation of Pitfield started brewing in August 1996. A 2 barrel brewplant is situated next door to an off-license on Pitfield Street, London. A 5 barrel brewplant has replaced this plant in early 2002, the original plant being shipped to South America. Some production is also being contracted out to Dark Star. Brewing was suspended at Pitfield Street at the end of January 2006 due to the end of the lease on the premisses, but brewing was transferred to Custom Beers. However by the summer of 2006 they had restarted brewing at The Nurseries,Nayland Road, Great Horkesley, Colchester before moving once more during late 2007 to their current address. The name Epping Brewing Company is used for it's non-organic products.

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

Standard 750ml - Gold Crown Cap

Limited Edition (Unnumbered) of 50
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Started brewing in March 2005. A 10 barrel plant is used.

Brewery Website: www.potbelly-brewery.co.uk
Brewed for: The Civic Society of St Ives, Cambridgeshire

Standard 500ml - Red Crown Cap

Limited Edition no 665 of 1000
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Started brewing in the autumn of 1998 by two former Greene King employees. A home made 10 barrel brewplant is used.

Brewery Website: www.potton-brewery.co.uk
Brewed for: Saint Mary's Church, Potton

Standard 500ml - Blue Crown Cap
This was one bottle of four different ales in a numbered presentation pack - consisting of Coronation Ale, Silver Ale, Golden Ale and Diamond Ale - all celebrating the Diamond Jubilee.
Bottle:
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Brewed for: Saint Mary's Church, Potton,

Standard 500ml - Silver Crown Cap
This was one bottle of four different ales in a numbered presentation pack - consisting of Coronation Ale, Silver Ale, Golden Ale and Diamond Ale - all celebrating the Diamond Jubilee.
Bottle:
Good
Label:
Good
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Brewed for: Saint Mary's Church, Potton.

Standard 500ml - Yellow Crown Cap.
This was one bottle of four different ales in a numbered presentation pack - consisting of Coronation Ale, Silver Ale, Golden Ale and Diamond Ale - all celebrating the Diamond Jubilee.
Bottle:
Good
Label:
Good
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Brewed for: St Mary's Church, Potton.

Standard 500ml - Black Crown Cap.
This was one bottle of four different ales in a numbered presentation pack - consisting of Coronation Ale, Silver Ale, Golden Ale and Diamond Ale - all celebrating the Diamond Jubilee.
Bottle:
Good
Label:
Good
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Brewed for: Saint Mary's Church, Potton.

Standard 500ml - Blue, Silver, Yellw and Black Crown Caps.

Limited Edition Number 082 of 100
This pack contains four different ales: Coronation Ale, Silver Ale, Golden Ale and Diamond Ale - each bottle has a different photgraphic image of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. 1 bottle for sale.

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