Friday, 20 August 2010

Draught Dutch Stout

Random Dutch advert time.

H.H. Coffee house owners, publicans and off-licence owners!

DELI-EXTRA STOUT is now available by the glass served by a pump at over two hundred places in Amsterdam and more than a  hundred places Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht.

Information will be gladly provided by

at Nieuwer-Amstel (Amsterdam);


C. J. F. DE VOS. No. Goudsche Street. 70, Rotterdam;
HUJVENAAR & Co.., No. Veenkade. 4a, The Hague:
J. Ypes Jr., No. Oudegracht. 5, Utrecht.

The DELI BROUWERIJ brews only first quality Extra Stout Stout and no Brown Stoutand other inferrior qualities.
Sales of Stout by the glass from a pump, introduced into the Netherlands by the DELI-BREWERY, ensures publicans that on cold and rainy days they can sell their usual amount of beer.
Only Deli-Stout meets all requisites for serving Stout from a pump.


Thomas Barnes said...

Is this modern or a historical ad from one of your sources?

Any wisdom on how Draught Dutch Stout varies from other stouts?

Ron Pattinson said...

Thomas, if you look at the top you'll see it says 1891. It's an historical advert.

I'm not sure what they mean by draught in this context. It's just about late enough that it could mean served by CO2 pressure.