Haworth Steam Brewery, “We may have our knockers but…”
An advertisement by Haworth Steam Brewery. (Hat-tip to Yorkshire spotters Steven Pejica of www.aletalk.com, and Nick Mitchell)
Rudgate Brewery, “Builders [sic] Blonde”
Rudgate Brewery “Builders Blonde”
Heather Mission Inflatable by Hornbeam Brewery
Heather Mission Inflatable by Hornbeam Brewery. Hat-tip to Mick Potts of the brilliant Free Trade Inn, the poshest pub in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Bank Top Brewery – “Old Slapper”
This one from Bank Top Brewery just looks like they just don’t care anymore. The cartoon girl isn’t even that old and their other beer names are fairly random too.
Stupidly, I looked at the Northumberland Brewery Website
Could the Northumberland Brewery have beaten the Hart Brewery to the title “The Worst Beer Branding in the UK”? [Have a look at this for jaw-dropping gormlessness]
Holden’s Brewery – “Flo Jangles”
Holden’s Brewery “Flo Jangles”. Thanks to Stuart Ross for the pic. It seems Holdens might produce quite a range of atrocities – check here. Keep your eyes peeled.
Potton Brewery – Village Bike
The Potton Brewery Company – “The Village Bike.” Thanks to Joanna Copestick and andrew Mason for the pics.
Warwickshire Beer Company – “Ffiagra”
“Ffiagra” by Warwickshire Beer Company. [image updated. Thanks to Ed Wray of http://edsbeer.blogspot.com/ for the image (2010) Thanks also to Jonny Robins for the updated image (2017).
Houston Brewing Company – “Helga’s Big Jugs”
“Helga’s Big Jugs” by Houston Brewing Company – a “strong, buxom, blonde bier”.
York Brewery – “Stocking Filler”
York Brewery – “Stocking Filler” Geddit? “Stocking filler” is a little extra prezzie, such as a bottle of beer. It is also a contrived description of a young lady far too scantily cla…. oh I give up.