So they went back to Artois in the 70s and started selling bottled Stella as a premium larger. All the above brewers had a full range, the fullest and best being Watneys: Pale Ale, Strong Pale Ale, Brown Ale, Strong Brown Ale, Dark Barley Wine, Pale Barley Wine, Milk Stout. s. adams 03/09/2015, "I am visiting the UK in a couple of weeks and intend trying to get a pint of Brown and Mild, although I don't fancy my chances. pulls him a half with an old fashioned beer pump. Worst attempt at a Lager was Greenalls 'Grunhalle' vile to say the least!" Has anyone got one the could be made available for us to refit in the hole in the Wardroom Cabinet. Keg beers may have started with premium ingredients, but they certainly all became brewed down to a price, less hops, less alcohol. One Spanish bit = 12½¢; One penny (1d) = 1¢; One shilling (1s) = 12d, or 12¢. The brewery magnate E P Taylor brought Carling Black Label to Britain, from Source: maximkabb / iStock 11. You pays your money, you takes your choice… Year/Car/Price … An earlier poster mention that the Rosedene pub in Sunderland still sells Trophy and, in fact, that is where I enjoyed my last pint of a that wonderful brew. :-(" Marge, Wolverhampton. For example… When the constitution replaced the Irish free state in 1937 it was the equivalent of around €3.44. alun jones 15/07/2012, ""Hi, has anyone any info on a drink called a chinese, its a mixed drink and it is alocal drink from around merseyside area ? Today, in January 2003, a case of beer costs an average of $17.45. David Trigger 31/08/2014, "I have held on to a small bottle of triple A barley wine which I got in the early 70s can anyone tell me what the value of this little bottle could be worth thankyou" Mave 19/11/2014, "Does anybody remember back in 1969-70 Hockey Night in Canada a Molson Export Ale TV Commercial of a young lady singer about 25 yrs old getting out of a limo and into a night club singing "Its a pleasure just being here....."I though she was really damn good but I never heard from here again except for this one TV ad.Can someone answer me thisWho was she and where is she now?" Whitbread Tankard, Ind Coope Double Diamond, Youngers Tartan and Courage Tavern. But regional brewers such as Young's and J W Cameron The slightly smaller Schaefer Beer was promoted as “the one beer to have when you're having more than one” and so popular was the brewery it was put up as a $108 million public offering in 1968. Our partners will also use cookies and collect data for ad personalisation and measurement. How much was a pint of beer in 1974? While this may sound like a bargain, adjusting for inflation shows that beer actually costs less now than it did in the mid-20th century. In 1972 the Daily Mirror's Square Deal Team examined beer. Is there anywhere still sells it? Joyce Reed 11/02/2017, "Double Maxim is a superb brown ale I like both the bottled and draught versions of it. Answer for question: Your name: Answers. to give the beer sparkle. Just been doing a belated bit of mental arithmetic, and realised that I've actually been boozing in and around Sunderland for over FORTY years! It was film at royal Brierley crystal in the West Midlands ." Jerry Holt 19/11/2013, "Hi Jerry, Tavern. Londoners generally paid more for a pint in the 1970s. CAN YOU CONFIRM" mallsmith 11/01/2013, "I'm looking for the WATNEYS RED Barrel Dispenser complete with Drip Tray, to replace the one that was removed from the renovated HMS Cavalier (A WWII Destroyer ) in The Historic Dockyard. I now only drink my own fully attenuated apple cider." try the beverage, but tastes were changing. Modern light beers are made to have a shelf life of several years. Along with Colt 45 was an American brew called Hemeling whose advertising was surfing based. I have seen it in some pubs around Oxford. ( the Reading Brewery) who used to send beer to a Wandsworth Rd stores & I used to accompany the delivery trucks to do the unloading. When it comes to brews, not all states are created equal. Our particular favourite with the lads was draught Double Diamond. Bass, bass mild and stones all on hand pull were all very popular. Cheers guy's!." Today the price of a pint can vary from £2 to £5. Using this price guide you can tell how much people spent on a pint when they were experiencing big events in recent world and Irish history. At the beginning of the 70s, the most popular brands of keg bitter dominated However, the word "crat" (now "krat") also originated at one of these modern ale festivals." the first. Guinness launched Harp The impact of light beer, and Miller, can't be understated. Mike, one of the volunteers working onboard." beer might overtake draught beer. wondered if this bitter was still about? Consequentially the loos were pretty disgusting that night. The best beers in London were in bottle. This was not meant to be, but the 6 were running an oligopoly and their management were looting the revenue in enormous salaries." The price was 12.5p per pint, and in 1971, good value. suspected that that beer was getting weaker; they were right. were right. back then." years later, everyone was drinking draught keg bitter, with Watneys Red Barrel Thats when he taught me to drink in most the Walsall pubs thats when i knew he was the greatest DaD and dam good he is to I'm now 64 and still a Banks bitter man.Of all the things i love my father for its the Banks bitter training, the good old days eh.Beer is still a good talking point between sips of course." The other big brewers introduced their own brands. Yes, I know the real ale supporters would rubbish this beer but I remember when we rubbished real ale supporters! :-)" Kevin Snowdon 13/11/2016, "Just a few further thoughts following on from my previous missive yes, unbelievable as it may seem, there IS more! followed suit and each launched their own brand of keg bitter: Worthington 'E', is this still available anywhere?" In 1975 the leading premium keg beers started Ray degs 24/09/2018, "I remember the mixed drinks when I started drinking in the early 1980s. Awful tasteless stuff from brewery's pandering to fizzy lager drinkers. In about 1976. Anyone remember this drink ?" Charline 05/04/2013, "Boddingtons 'BODCANS' - 4 pints of quality bitter in a steel barrel were very popular in the North West in the 1970's. steven 31/12/2013, "Thanks for your help.But I need to confirm Stella was sold in England in 1970.I know I was drinking it in 1970,but I can't prove it." Bass and Mansfield. It was often liked served with a large head. Changing fashions ruled beer drinking in the 50s, 60s and 70s. Then a few please could you tell me when. It was the natural choice for the new themed pubs and disco pubs It was a decent drink on draught. fallen to 30%. The price was 12.5p per pint, and in 1971, good value. Annual per capita beer consumption among Americans 15 and older stood at about 256 12 oz. Brewed in Putney. Advertising of keg bitters made extravagant claims. Marker turns it down and says 'from the wood' please. They now have pubs in many cities in the UK." Wondrous time, discovering real ales. Rivals made equally bold claims. The rise of keg bitter in the sixties stopped a trend that had begun after the Cask Bass ale was very rare in those days, but nice when you could get it, and after the eventual cask ale renaissance, good old stalwarts like Theakston's Old Peculier, Greene King Abbot Ale (the stronger Abbot Reserve is also very nice), Ruddle's County, and Flowers' Original became part of my staple diet! Canned beer was in its infancy in the late 50s. of the Bass Charrington empire. ), When I came home from Germany in 1972 (RAF) a pint of Ansells cost me 13p just over 2s 6d in Wales. The price of a pint of lager is 20 times what it was 40 years ago having gone up from 14p to £2.87. I think my first sip of real ale may have been a pint of Wethereds in the Crown and Treaty, Uxbridge. Anyone got any ideas please? This is the first place online I've found that mentions beers and ales from back then, so I hope someone can help me out. Lemmy 04/01/2013, "Lemmy, why don't you write a song called '15 krat' to commemorate DD for the DoE? They also sold full strength bottled Heineken as a premium beer, but found that there was confusion with the cheaper (and weaker) draught version. Steve 12/08/2016, "I used to drink Ben Truman mid seventies, Yeovi British legion fantastic pint" GRANFIE 06/09/2016, "We had two main chains in Hull in late 80s. George Dodd. Now a confirmed real ale consumer but what happened to the days when you could ask for a light and bitter and get a pint plus ++++. Greene King also brew a cask conditioned mild, Green King XX Mild. Pub prices, too, seem foreign. Bob 07/10/2013, "I am trying to find out when the first pint of Draught Guinness was sold in the uk, was it in the late 60s or early 70s. How I miss my keg beer which is to me the real ale. The Colt 45 which is around today is quite high in alcohol, was this the same stuff sold in the UK in the 70's. The keg beers were wonderfully bodied and tasted absolutely wonderful. The upshot? My take on it as a man of 30 with no memory of keg is that I find cask to be almost always crap, I can count the good pints of it I have had on one hand, one of my locals has a cask marque plaque outside and yet the ale is so badly kept there that I just drink Heineken. Verdict: Beer was cheaper in the 1970s. In 1974 I paid 14pence for a pint of Tartan in Shanklin. Just thought I'd mention that Mackesons Milk Stout is still available, possibly only in cans at Morrisons. I was never involved in the production process, as I worked in IT, but I WAS selected for the taste-testing panel (it's a tough job, etc.) Ten Cent Beer Night was a promotion held by Major League Baseball's Cleveland Indians during a game against the Texas Rangers at Cleveland Stadium on Tuesday, June 4, 1974.. Watneys Party Seven Wonderful taste .Found it in a pub near Birmingham several years later-it was foul... G" JOHN HUDSON 13/10/2016, "They still sell Toby light in some clubs its brewed by Marstons these days. Actually rather drinkable and didn't taste a whole lot different than my (probably faulty) memory recalled. It existed. Roy King 14/06/2015, "As an Aussie in London in the 70's stayed away from the lager and light n bitter was the drink. Later the Belgian beer, Stella Artois, joined the Whitbread stable According to the Official Data Foundation's inflation calculator, the data from the BLS shows that the price of beer in the United … There are many reasons for the rise in the popularity of lager. An international team of researchers announced in 2017 that global warming and more frequent droughts could result in a 17% annual decline in the production of barley — a key ingredient in beer. James 29/01/2016, "Stephen, Sad. keg bitter was popular. At the Drewe Arms in Drewsteignton, the near-centenarian landlady, "Aunty" Mabel Mudge, deaf as a post, replied to my request for 2 pints: "Help yourself, dear, and put your money in the saucer". Mickey 24/11/2012, "Mickey (24/11/12) You are very much off your head, the very reason the keg beer of the 1970's have all disapeared is because it was tasteless fizzy bilge. Moo Head 21/05/2020, "Who likes Triple A Barley wine??" Like everything else, the size of your bar tab is subject to the laws of supply and demand. Yes,at that time my drink of choice was light and Balham, but I also learned to drink Guinness Draught which is still my favourite tipple." David." country. though, still remained a minority taste. So I drew 2 pints from a wooden barrel and enjoyed one of THE great English pub experiences of my life. favourite beers of the 60s. A popular joke at the time was, "do you have any Colt 45?" By 2013/14, this figure had fallen to 92.37 litres, a 60-year low. and was marketed as a premium brand. I wish there where more McEwans beers available one the west of Scotland. I have no vested interest in this company, but the last three years since I discovered Steel Rail have been much improved. success of CAMRA that the "classic" keg bitters of the sixties are now extinct. appreciation of the traditional methods of brewing. keg beer was Flowers (later taken over by Whitbread). When the big breweries started brewing proper, real, beer again it was far better; and is better than 95% of the variable & stupidity flavoured micro brews we get now." WORTHING E THE BEER NATURAL BEER IS HERE Throughout the sixties people Beer off beer always seemed to consist of "Kestral" lager, or Wine from the Woods (supplied in your own lemonade bottle !! Gonna drink it n find out what has happened......." Crow Hedger 20/10/2012, "I occasionally drank bottled Bass Red Triangle & Worthington White Shield IPA in the 60s, & wondered if they were the same (bottle conditioned) thing, with Worthington being part of the Bass group; notwithstanding, a classmate in our technical college said that in his local (the Cornish Arms in Hayle), a bottle of each in a pint glass was an 'Electric Light'." the best known brand. And what would be the modern equivalent in terms of look in the glass? Cheers!" Restaurant prices in the 19th century (followed by 20th, below) Note: Until the mid-19th century prices were often quoted in shillings and pence, or in Spanish dollars. have strongholds in the Midlands (notably M & B Mild), but the majority chose "Real Ale".......A touch of the "Kings clothes" methinks." Label. Brewed in Romford. Canada, in 1953. Tim Megaw 28/05/2016, "I have 24 bottles of Tennants Lament, produced 1993 to commemorate the end of Whitbread brewery in Sheffield. The rights to the Vaux brand were purhased a number of years ago a Double Maxim is being brewed again (they also have bought the rights to some other defunt NE beers)." Keg bitter was more expensive than traditional cask conditioned ales Kevin Snowdon 13/11/2016, "I started putting it away around 35 years ago and my memory of those mass produced keg bitters is not good. I can't for the lif Luckily I lived in a place where Holts, Hydes, Robinson and Boddingtons served up proper beer (the fella moaning about Boddingtons should know the Boddingtons brewery is now a car park, the name is basterdised) so I always had an alternative. Mild and bitter, "Black and Tan" - Guiness and Bitter. I'm trying to caption them and have hit a snag on a couple of them posing outside some pub they'd just discovered. 95% of pubs were owned by a brewer, and the rest were Irish bars. and had wothington e Follow the bear - As for most ales not translating well from one form of production or presentation to another, honourable mention must go to Abbot Ale, which I find to be every bit as full-flavoured and smooth in cans as it is on cask. By 1967 this had Whitbread: Tankard. Sales of keg beer increased steadily throughout the sixties. Tartan. Lovers of pint of lager. Graham 05/082017 05/08/2017, "I spent two years in UK from Jan 1960 & worked in two brewery stores for a period of time. There was a strong Merseyside influence, and it is the only pub I have been in that had waiter service in the lounge bar! The brewer picked up on concerns about the quality of cask ales and I have recently returned to homebrewing and now make all grain ales and stout to my own recipes. Petrol was 32p per GALLON. We provide this website free of charge relying on support from advertisers. holidays in Europe gave people a chance to try lager and they associated it with The keg beers were the best the brewery had to offer so there was no need lecroc 13/06/2013, "What ever happened to our Beers & Pubs, Dam Super Markets, Put the Booze back where it belongs in the off Licence,& Pubs of Course,That would stop some of the drunks, beers in 2017. Peter B 01/06/2013, "Had a pint of Courage best in a Reading pub last week. Best regards" steven 28/10/2013, "Can anyone advise if you can buy cask conditioned mild anywhere please." Its brewed by the Maxim Brewery in Houghton -Le-_Spring city of Sunderland and they also brew DM's big brother Maximus which is also a lovely pint but be warned its 6%!" Lottir 18/06/2016, "Hi - interesting article. Think I first had it in the late 70's in the Kingsman,Aigburth, of me remember It was a Bass house" Harry 23/06/2017, "I used to drink in the Keighley area in the 70's and the local brewery was Timothy Taylors, they did a bottled stout called Black Bess, lovely and sweet...have tried to get this bottled beer but sadly no longer in production. 07/07/2019, "Does anyone remember the electric pumps (metered) used to deliver cask ale in the 70s. Ray 18/04/2012, ""Any Tom, Jack or Walt, who likes the taste of malt, will love the malt in a Colt 45"" kelboy 07/05/2012, "Had good times in the 70s Trophy bitter Greenhalls Wem bitter Thanx To the real ale campain Shows that thier is still passion & some good ale still to be had" Andy Lawley 12/05/2012, "Hi, has anyone any info on a drink called a chinese, its a mixed drink and it is alocal drink from around merseyside area ? Youngs. Watneys Red Barrel, Double Diamond, Tavern, I drank them all and thought they were great. I wish that they would bring back the original recipe. I remember a lot of the beers mentioned in these pages. Dry hopping and multiple brown and stewed (crystal) malts make for a beer that has a shelf life of six months. Per-capita consumption peaked during the 1980s, when beer prices were at … Nick 28/01/2016, "Hey fellow beer lovers! After a test marketing campaign, they abandoned it and stocked I haven't tried it though. in '49 I was still BRIAN BERKE 23/12/2015, "David Trigger (above, 31/8/14) asks about the 'Heavy' he drank in Plymouth in 1971. Here is our line-up of 1974 whiskies. Peter Morgan 03/01/2019, "Remember drinking Golden around Wolverhampton in the 70's & 80's - also known as a Mickey Mouse for some reason." Hawaii > Est. In Hastings you can still get a light and bitter, although the young bar staff aren't very clued up on it. Now up here in the ( not so industrial ) north , you ask if they have light ale and they look at you at you as if you are speaking klingon..even a recent holiday to devon ..not a bottle of light in sight :( ....i have now resorted to buying bottles of bitter and mild and mixing it, not the same , but the best i can do in these lean ale drinking times :)" steve 28/01/2012, "Hi i was just watching an old episode of the london private dick Hazell and clocked a bunch of Ind coope pubs that really took me back on a nostalga trip, does anyone remember Colt 45 and can you still get it." Is it still available?" I used to drink brown ale over bitter while a brown mix was also popular and was a bottle of brown ale over a half pint of mild." The two latter local breweries brewed beer that was cheaper than the Big Six mentioned. claimed Long Life was brewed for the can and never varied. Rightly or wrongly, then, I reckon that entitles me to pontificate a bit! Johnny Evo 06/02/2015, "To add another poignant moment. They found it difficult to understand why (In Mile End until late Sixties) I've been boozing in and around Sunderland for well over thirty years. Not the same as the original DM but, in deference, could sink a battleship! strongest beer on regular sale in the UK. Many happy memories - now it's gone. Michael Moran 24/10/2016, "hi, does anyone remember a beer from the 70s called BREW X , ( 10 or Ten ), that's all I can remember the name , had it in Blackpool" lloyd 11/11/2016, "Came across this web-page while Googling for Whitbread Trophy in cans, and it has prompted the following diatribe. I was earning £17 per week which was good money :)) Perhaps it's all relative?" less than half the price". Cheers. Peruse the figures below for a sampling of typical 1970s prices. was a new take on canned beer. Yorkshire Terrier 24/08/2015, "my intro to beer was a 'brown split'. Whose brewery emblem was a red and black phoenix or griffin with touches of white, rising up from a black rectangle? To my shame, I bought my first ever pint of this in The Wheatsheaf, Grimsby at the ripe old age of 13 (and a bit!). The first big brand lager in London was by Guinness, called Harp. Before the 60s, the supply of beer had been regional. CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, was founded in 1971. The pumps seemed to dispense beer at quite a rate." Jules 14/03/2011, "I will never forgive Whitbread for closing down Flowers Brewery and serving up their insidious bilge passing as Flowers," john hawes 25/03/2011, "My father rants on about how good M&B Albright ale was. When mixed with lime it was considered as an In 1974, every single aspect of American beer changed, from composition to advertising to frat parties. Each cylinder was a measured half pint. The DD was as awful as I remembeted it being. Keg beer was most popular Courage. popular luxury. It brings back fond memories." Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, the average price of a six-pack of beer was less than $2.00. Watney: Red Barrel, replaced by Red (which was a failure). the weekly wage of a coachman in 1929 was $10 (figures are converted), the price of milk in 1929 was 7c per litre. Mickey 08/01/2013, "hi have just been to burton brewer (a measure of the proportion of ingredients, hops, barley etc to water) of cask Members wore black ties with pictures of wooden barrels. How it came about I dont know, possibly because of the weakened beer or the taste.Does anyone know any others and can we include a section on it as it was the norm of the day in the 60's" Martin Moran 20/07/2018, "I loved red barrell double diamond .and the ind coupe beers.sadley missed .also liked courage bulldog .lol was strong ." 8. Ian Bennett 06/06/2019, "Dose anybody have photo of the Advert The Tetley's Bitter Men in the 1960/7080s. 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