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These five breweries, all less than two hours from Huddersfield, offer fascinating tours of their facilities (and the chance to taste some of their wares).
It's an eye-opener to realise just how many breweries we had in those halcyon days, the list of Hancock's takeovers from 1887 gives us a hint.
At present, Sona Systems has two breweries in Ota Ogun State and Kaduna, respectively, Ogun State whereas Life Breweries in Onitsha.
One of the oldest and best-attested potential breweries is at Hierakonpolis in southern Egypt and dates to 5,000 years ago, says Barry Kemp, an Egytologist from the University of Cambridge in England.
The accord calls for Asahi Breweries, a leading Japanese brewer, to sell Orion Draft canned beer in all prefectures, other than Okinawa, from November.
None of the breweries are themselves organic, but strict separation of materials and production facilities keeps the certification intact.
The Company owns two alehouse restaurants adjacent to its full-production breweries under the Pyramid Alehouse and MacTarnahan Taproom brand names in Berkeley, California, and Portland, Oregon, respectively, and three alehouse restaurants in Walnut Creek and Sacramento, California, and Seattle, Washington.
A TOTAL of 187 new breweries started up in the UK in the last 12 months according to the Good Beer Guide 2014, released by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) last week.
We had it years ago but in South Wales we had the breweries to handle it, dozens of 'em dotted through our towns and valleys but long-gone now: the White Eagle Brewery, the Albion Brewery and all the rest.
Graham Mackay, SABMiller's chief executive, said its bid was intended to "ensure a positive future for Harbin Brewery's brands, breweries and employees.