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Tram with brewery's advertisment

Series: Guernsey Trams

Tram with brewery's advertisment

Guernsey, 1992, 28 p. 13 (1/4) x 13 (3/4). multicoloured

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R.W.Randall's Brewery is a brewery based in St Peter Port, Guernsey founded in 1868 by Robert Henry Randall. The company was continued by his son, Robert William Randall, who gave the brewery its name. In 1873 Vauxlaurens Brewery was built in what is now St Julian's Avenue. In 2008 the brewery was again moved to a new site in St Georges Esplanade after Randalls was awarded a contract to brew Breda Royal Beer by InBev. During the 1990s, they launched the popular advertising campaign featuring archetypal Guernsey couple Len and Enid, with the catch line "If it ain't Randalls, it's a scandal". The brewery remained in the ownership of the Randall family until April 2006, when it was sold to The Guernsey Pub Company, a group of private investors. The beers are sold mainly in the company's own public houses in Guernsey. Brands include Cynful - a dark sweet bottled ale; Envy; Guilty, a stout; and Wycked, a bitter.

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