There does seem to be a small change on the well known internet auction site. There are one or two sellers who now regularly include accurate sizes in their listings. Recent labels from Jon and Mike are very good examples. To make the point again, here are three labels from Walker & Homfrays Woodside Brewery. Sizes are 108mm, 90mm and 70mm tall.
Plenty of one of these two labels around. But which one have you got??
Sadly the 2002 official beer of the world cup has indistinct lettering so it will have to be the 2006 Germany offering from AB Argentina. Lovely! And what a challenge for the graphic designers.
So far the response has been just sufficient to stop me listing another of my AB labels. So here is this one from the York Brewery 1998.
Two labels from the Trueman Street and Cook Street breweries. One dates before 1961 and the other after the merger.
I have been asked what I meant by overwhelmingly positive response. It means no-one mailed in to say they didn’t like it. So here are two more Northampton India Pale Ale labels.
Following the overwhelmingly positive response to the posting of variations of relatively common labels, here are a couple more from the Northampton Brewery Co.
Right Dale, you asked for it. Here is my first contribution. If I don’t get a torrent of posts shouting STOP, I shall post some more in the same series. The bottle label is only slightly more attractive than the bottle contents.
AB Argentina produced this for their 355cc bottles of the official beer for the 1998 World Cup.
A pair of Gold Medal Pale Ale labels from Reffell’s Bexley Brewery continue the theme of finding detail differences in relatively common labels. And that is a nice lead in to say that a number of new images have been added to Reffell’s Featured Brewery section. Follow Featured Brewery > England > South East> Reffell’s Bexley Brewery
An attractive pair of labels from another local brewery. I wonder if there is anyone out there who knows the date of the trademark change.