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Russells & Wrangham Ltd

The Company was registered in 1897, when James Russell and Son of the Derwent Brewery in Malton acquired William Wrangham Ltd of the Crystal Brewery, also in Malton. The Company survived until 1958 when it was acquired by the Melbourne Brewery of Leeds,. It finally closed in 1969. The Winner trademark seems to date from 1937 and almost certainly refers to John Scott, a successful trainer who established the Whitewall Stables in Malton in the 19th Century. He won 41 British Classic Races in his career.

Stout pre 1897

Old Tom pre 1905

Strong Ale 1900s

Old Tom 1910s

Oatmeal Stout 1920s

Nut Brown Ale 1920s

Pale Ale 1920s

Dark Ale 1920s

Double Stout 1920s

Double Stout 1920s

Winner Ale 1930s

Nut Brown Ale 1930s

Nut Brown Ale 1930s 40s

Pale Ale 1930s 40s

Dark Ale 1940s

India Pale Ale early 1940s

India Pale Ale 1940s

Pale Ale 1940s

Double Stout 1940s

Nut Brown Ale 1940s

Guinness post 1936

Prince Ale 1948

Prince Ale 1954

Prince Ale c1954

Prince Ale c1954

Imperial Stout 1950s

Imperial Stout 1950s

Dark Ale 1950s

Guinness 1950s

India Pale Ale 1950s

Pale Ale1960s

Imperial Stout 1960s

Winner Ale 1960s

Triple Crown Ale 1960s

Nutty 1960s

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