Greene King

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Lewes Arms Controversy - Background
... Greene King decided to stop selling the locally produced Harveys Sussex Best Bitter at the Lewes Arms in December 2006 ... The 220 year-old pub in the centre of the town had been acquired by Greene King in 1998 ... in 2004 but the Best Bitter remained on sale because of its popularity - outselling Greene King's cask ales by a factor of 4 to 1 ...
Lewes Arms Controversy
... The Lewes Arms controversy involved a dispute between the Greene King Brewery and the regulars of the Lewes Arms pub in Lewes, East Sussex, England from 2006 to April 2007, when the brewery withdrew from sale ... The dispute prompted a change in Greene King's policy that may well have repercussions for other pubs that have lost the right to sell local beers ... One of the Greene King directors (Mark Angela) left the company amid a shake up of all Greene King houses in which the managed house operations were split into two divisions ...
Hinckley United F.C. - De Montfort Park – Greene King Stadium
... Club announced a deal for the Stadium to be sponsored by the Greene King Brewery and the Stadium was renamed the Greene King Stadium ...
Greene King Brewery - Beers - Morland
... Brewed since 1999 by Greene King ... Greene King has retained the strain of yeast first used in 1896 ... In August 2006, Greene King announced that the abv of draught Old Speckled Hen (cask and keg) would be reduced from 5.2% to 4.5%, though the bottled and canned ...

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