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Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd

In existence by 1807 and then registered in 1897. At this time having some 250 licenced houses. Acquired by Bullard & Sons Ltd in 1956 and brewing ceased & brewery closed in 1958.

Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd - K Bitter Ale

Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd - Light Bitter Ale (ov)

Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd - Nut Brown Ale

Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd - Imperial Bitter Ale

Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd - Light Bitter Ale (s)

Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd - Imperial Ale (s)

Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd - Pale India Ale

Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd - Bitter Ale

Young, Crawshay a& Youngs Ltd - Neck label for the Pale India Ale

Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd - Dinner Ale (v1)

Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd - Dinner Ale (v2)

Dinner Ale v3

Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd - Imperial Ale (r)

Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd - Old John

Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd - Imperial Bitter Gold Medal Ale

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2 Responses to Youngs Crawshay & Youngs Ltd

  • I remember Old John as a child in the 50s . We were allowed to sup a little of it at Christmas time. A superb beer. Is there something like this in existence today? I would love to know.

  • Hi John.
    Interesting question about the Old John beer and one that puzzles beer appreciators all the time. But how does one campare a beer produced long ago and long since gone to one produced today? For me, one of my first experiences with real ale was drinking Fullers’ ESB in the mid-1980’s. My memories of how that beer tasted is nothing like what I experience when I drink Fullers’ ESB in 2015! So what has changed? Is it the beer? My memory? My taste buds? Or all of the above???!!!
    Cheers
    Dale

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