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Thompson’s Brewery Ltd. Studley

Thompson’s Bell Brewery was established in 1880 and lasted until the early 1960s when the business was acquired by Mitchells and Butlers. Thanks to Andrew for clarification, see below. The two Bell Ale labels at top are the same size, 83mm, and could have easily featured in our spot the difference section.

Thompsons Bell Ale v1

Thompsons Bell Ale v2

Thompsons Mild Ale

Thompson - Milk Stout

Thompsons Extra Stout

Thompson - Pale Ale

Thompsons Nourishing Stout

Thompsons Bell Brown

Thompsons India Pale Ale v1

Thompsons India Pale Ale v2

Thompson - Stopper Labels

Thompsons Sparkling Best Bitter v1

Thompson - Sparkling Best Bitter (v3)

Thompsons Sparkling Best Bitter v2

Thompsons Tudor Rich Brown Ale

Thompsons - Rich Brown Ale (v2)

Thompsons Sandy Mac Strong Ale

Thompsons Festival Ale

Thompson - Yuletide Strong Ale

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2 Responses to Thompson’s Brewery Ltd. Studley

  • M&B didn’t buy Thompson’s until abut 1962. Jack Thompson was my grandfather and I grew up above the Needlemaker’s Arms in Watts Road, Studley.

  • Thank you for this Andrew, I will update the already brief introduction to reflect your comments. I hope you enjoyed seeing the labels.

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