|Hants and Berks Gazette and Middlesex and Surrey Journal - Saturday 09 December 1905, page 1.|
There's a reason I hunted out this price list on the British Newspaper Archive. I was taking my first run through Crowley's brewing records (thanks Perter Symons and Edd Mather who supplied them) and was wondering where the hell the Mild was.
I also wanted to make sure that all the B's really were types of Pale Ale. Because I was all confused, like.
This is what the beers looked like:
|Crowley beers in 1914|
|Beer||Style||OG||FG||ABV||App. Atten-uation||lbs hops/ qtr||hops lb/brl|
|Brewing record held at Hampshire Archives and Local Studies, document number 37M86-2.|
Not found the Old Ale yet, I'm afraid. Judging by the number of brews o it, AK was filling the role of Mild Ale. Though before anyone asks, AK is not a type of Mild. It's a Light Bitter.