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C. Vaux & Sons Ltd

Founded 1837 and moved by Cuthbert Vaux to the Castle Street Brewery in 1875. The company was registered as C Vaux & Sons Ltd in 1896. I believe the first 5 labels illustrated date from that period. In 1927, Vaux merged with North Eastern Breweries  to form Associated Breweries. The style Vaux & Co became more widely used. The two IPA labels use both styles.. From the 1930s onwards the style seems to be exclusively Vaux & Co as the major partner in the merged company. In the 1950s and 60s we just seem to get Vaux. Are there any more colours for the Sweet Strong Stout? Are there a set of matching stopper labels?

 

Vaux Dark Brown Ale v1

Vaux Dark Brown Ale v2

Vaux Dark Brown Ale v3

Vaux Maxim Ale v1

Vaux Pale Ale

Vaux India Pale Ale v1

Vaux India Pale Ale v2

Vaux Maxim Ale v2

Vaux Double Maxim Ale

Vaux Export Pale Ale

Vaux stopper labels

Vaux Sweet Strong Stout Blue

Vaux Sweet Strong Stout Green

Vaux Sweet Strong Stout Light Blue

Vaux Sweet Strong Stout Light Green

Vaux Sweet Strong Stout Orange

Vaux Sweet Strong Stout Silver grey

Vaux Sweet Strong Stout stopper labels

Vaux Sweet Strong Stout stopper labels

Stopper seal for Prize Medal Ale

Vaux Stout half

Vaux Stout pint

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