For those of you who have an interest in brewing history, as well as historical labels, then you may well need to add this to your library.
Some 50 A4 pages including covers, well illustrated in both black & white and colour, with excellent maps.
We have only had a quick flick thru, but looks to be well worth the £6 inc p & p. Cheques & cash only I am afraid.
Label illustrations courtesy of Keith O & Mike J.
If you would like to acquire a copy then email: email@example.com to check on availability & payment.
We are sure Philip will be delighted to hear from you
OK, perhaps you are not sure whether to make the trip to London on the 26th.
Even if the Harvey’s ales, good company & the nearby Borough Market, haven’t persuaded you.
Then perhaps some images of the labels up for grabs will twist your arm sufficiently.
Have a look below
That should have done the trick, we look forward to seeing you all for the first time in 2019.
Yes this should be the last post regarding LOTY 2018.
Selected pictures of the day are available, HERE
So a few months break before we start thinking about LOTY 2019
Just a quick update on the above. Below is a letter received from Prospect Hospice acknowledging our efforts on their behalf.
Thanks again to everyone who made this possible
We are delighted to welcome our friends, Arkell’s Brewery Ltd as Corporate members of the Labologists Society.
A link to their website appears, strangely enough on our ‘Links’ page & also on the Arkell’s page from the Corporate Members drop down menu.
Labels from Arkell’s may be found HERE
If you have any labels that do not yet appear on the Arkell’s page, we would welcome a high res .jpeg or .png file. Thanks in advance
Just a quick post to let you know images of the winning labels are now available on the site.
For those of you who missed the LOTY meetings or who are just interested in modern beer labels & graphic design, the pics can be found HERE
Photos of the LOTY meeting, will follow in next day or so, as I am always late with these updates. Sorry
Well that’s LOTY done for another year! A disappointing turnout by our members, but holding the meeting on a Friday was a first. I doubt we will repeat it any time soon. However on a happier note we raised £2,000 for our hosts charity, the Prospect Hospice.
Lots of older labels, donated by our members were auctioned & it would be fair to say, some absolute bargains were acquired.
Our hosts hospitality was outstanding & an excellent buffet was enjoyed by all. Alex Arkell gave us an entertaing history & tour of the brewery.
We are delighted to welcome Arkells as Corporate members of the Society & look forward to assisting them with research into the history of the breweries labels.
Thanks must go to all of our members, who donated labels or who attended and parted with their hard earned cash. I would also like to thank those who work so hard behind the scenes, visting breweries & bottlers, cutting up labels etc.
Please note this postcode if different to that of brewery, as we have parking which is just for us on the day, see above.
Your shiny car will not get totalled by an over enthusiastic dray driver.
Meeting starts around 12.00
(Tea & Coffee available for the drivers among you)
Buffet at 13.30
Brewery tour with Alex Arkell at 14.30.
Lots of auctions & labels to buy.
As usual the beer will be charged for & money donated to the charity.
No raffle this year, but you can donate items to auction. This is a more effective use of time & money raising.
Please bring loads of cash & your cheque book. We cannot accept card payments.
See you on Friday
Just a few more images of labels that will be auctioned for this year’s charity.
Delighted to announce that the above event for this year will take place on Saturday 8th September from 12.00 to 17.00.
The venue is the Brunswick Inn, 1 Railway Terrace, Derby DE1 2RU. So many real ales you would need several good sessions to try them all.
A short walk from the main Derby rail station to the well appointed upstairs room & you will be set for the afternoon in good company.
There will be another auction of labels from the Des Clarke collection & plenty of opportunity to chat with those collectors who make the pilgrimage to the Brunswick.
If you do not know the Brunswick (why not? I hear distant voices cry), then follow this link to whet your appetite The Brunswick Inn