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J. W. Green Ltd

The first registration of the company was in 1897. When Flower & Sons Ltd of Stratford on Avon was acquired in 1954, that name was adopted as Flower’s Breweries Ltd. Whitbread bought the company in 1961 and the Phoenix brewery was closed before the end of the decade.

Lutonian Dinner Ale in use 1930s

Lutonian Stout in use 1930s

Lutonian Pale Ale in use 1930s v2

Lutonian Pale Ale in use 1930s v1

Cream Line Stout in use 1930s

Lutonian Burton Ale in use 1930s

Lutonian No 1 Strong Ale in use 1930s

Lutonian Nut Brown Ale in use 1930s

Milk Stout in use 1930s

Oatmeal Stout in use 1930s

Nut Brown Ale in use 1940s

Dinner Ale 1930s

Burton Ale in use 1950s v1

Burton Ale in use 1950s v2

Nut Brown Ale in use 1950s v1

Nut Brown Ale in use 1950s v2

Oatmeal Stout in use 1950s v1

Oatmeal Stout in use 1950s v2

Dragon's Blood v1 in use 1950s

Dragon's Blood v2 in use 1950s

JW's Light Ale in use 1950s

Lutonian Pale Ale in use 1950s v1

Poacher in use 1950s

Polar Stout in use 1950s

Porter in use 1950s

Sable Stout in use 1950s

Kelly's Eye in use 1950s

Brewmaster in use 1950s

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2 Responses to J. W. Green Ltd

  • I have come across an old glass ashtray, with a gold back ground and the man is dressed in what looks to be a pale lemon shirt,
    it says utopian pale ale above the man. I think it is very pretty, and had never heard of it before. until I found your blog…. Kind Regards… Jane..

  • oops should say… lutonian not utopian, the spelling corrector prefers that spelling,, !!!

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