2012 Royal Diamond Jubilee - Queen Elizabeth II
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First brewed summer 2012.

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

Standard 500ml - Gold Crown Cap
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Brewed for: General Circulation

Standard 500ml - Gold Crown Cap
OK, this is cheating slightly - it is not a British brewery, but a mainstream Australian one!
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Brewing started in 1698, coming under the control of Samuel Shepherd in 1741, this brewery claims to be the oldest continuous brewery in the UK. Over the years the plant has been continuously updated with a new brewhouse being opened in 2000.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/501

Brewery Website: www.shepherd-neame.co.uk
Brewed for: General Circulation

Standard 500ml - Gold Crown Cap with Shepherd Neame motif.
Another generic bottled ale produced for the Diamond Jubilee but labelled Celebration Ale to again aid longevity of sales.
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Standard 500ml - Gold Crown Cap printed with 'Shepherd Neame Since 1698' and with their logo in a circle
Bottle is embossed with 'Britain's Oldest Brewer 1698'
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Brewed for: J Sainsbury

Standard 500ml - Gold Crown Cap

Limited Edition (un-numbered)
Bottle embossed 'Britain's Oldest Brewery 1698' around neck. This bottle was included in a special pack of three beers.
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Brewed for: J Sainsbury
Pack of three including Black Sheep and St Peter's Brewery.
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Standard 500ml - Blue Crown Cap with RAF Roundel
This was a generic bottled ale to celebrate both the Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympic Games, but with neither event specifically mentioned on the label (to increase longevity of sales!)
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First brewed in Feb 2011. A 5BBL plant custon built plant is used.

Brewery Website: www.sleafordbrewery.co.uk
Brewed for: General Circulation
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Founded by Walter Hick in 1851 as a wine merchants and started brewing in 1860, this brewery is still in the ownership of the same family. The brewery was rebuilt in 1891.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/510

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

Chanpagne Style 750ml - Chanpagne Cork with Silver Foil.

Limited Edition Number 188 of 1000
2 bottles for sale.

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This brewery was set up in a 13th century barn beside St. Peters Hall in June 1996. Two 10 barrel brewplants are used. Much of the beer is bottled.

Brewery Website: www.stpetersbrewery.co.uk
Brewed for: J Sainsbury

Standard 500ml - Gold Crown Cap
Produced in a presentation pack of three.
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Brewed for: J Sainsbury

Standard 500ml - Gold Crown Cap
Produced together with Shepherd Neame and Black Sheep Brewery.
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