|Diss Express - Friday 30 December 1938, page 8.|
Odd, as Adnams brewed four beers at the time? Where's PA, their Bitter? This is why:
Look at the entry that goes over the "M" in MALTS. Itsays "Cali" at the end. Meaning it's malt made from Californian barley.
I've no idea why only PA would include malt made from foreign barley. It's a mystery.
Adnams were unusual in not using unmalted grains. Even for most of the years of WW II their beers were malt and sugar only.