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First brewed June 2007. A 4BBL plant supplied by PBC Brewery Installations Ltd is used.

Brewery Website: www.ascot-ales.co.uk
Brewed for: General Circulation

Standard 500ml Black Crown Cap
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Started brewing summer 2005 based on Queens Road, Great Yarmouth. A 5 BBL plant is used. Moved to their current location during the summer of 2008.

Brewery Website: www.blackfriars-brewery.co.uk
Brewed for: General Circulation

Standard 500ml - Black Crown Cap

Signed by the Head Brewer, Bill Russell
Label printed with the wrong date - 28th, rather than 29th April 2011!

Just under 100 of these bottles were produced before the mistake was noticed. No further bottles were labelled.
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Believed to be the oldest brewhouse in Britain it is known that this building use operational as a monk's resthouse in the early 15th century. It became an inn in the 18th century. A four barrel brewplant is situated at the rear of the pub.

http://www.quaffale.org.uk/php/brewery/529

Brewery Website: http://www.spingoales.com
Brewed for: The Blue Anchor, Helson, Cornwall

Standard 500ml - Blue Crown Cap
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Started brewing at the beginning of 2007.

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

Standard 330ml - Black Crown Cap inscribed with Logo and printed with 'Beer for Punks www.brewdog.com'

Limited edition (un-numbered) of 1000
Ingredients include herbal viagra!
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Started in 1997 as a partnership between the Bramcote Brewing Company and the Tynemill pub group. Several expansions of the brewery took place over the following years. In 2001 Tynemill bought out their partners to become the sole owners of the brewery, the partners leaving to set up Nottingham Brewing Co. An expansion of the brewery was completed in spring 2003.

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

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

Tall 375ml - Gold Crown Cap
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First brewed in summer 2010. Two plants are used, a 1BBL and a 5BBL plant formerly used at Rosebridge and it was originally based at Wick Farm, Farleigh Hungerford, Bath. Moved in spring 2011 to teh current address where a 4½BBL plant is used.

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

Standard 500ml - Red Crown Cap

Signed by
Less than a dozen of these bottles were labelled. The labels arrived too late to be appied and sold commercially, so the bottles were relabelled as ?
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Brewing started in August 1994. A 5 barrel brewplant was used. In 1998 this was expanded to 10 barrels.

Brewery Website: www.durham-brewery.co.uk
Brewed for: General Circulation

Standard 500ml - Gold Crown Cap

Signed by Steve Gibbs
Bottle:
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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
Brewed for: General Circulation

Tall 500ml - Black rown Cap

Signed by A R Pateman
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