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Anastasia 2014 m. lapkričio 16 d. 08:36:57
Kevin, the percentage made up by X was no surispre to me. It would have been their main draught beer. Though it should be borne in mind that this is just the Ale output. The Porter and Stout is in a different log. If I recall correctly, total production was around 800,000 barrels. Ale accounted for around 550,000, which leaves around 250,000 barrels (400,000 hl) of Porter/Stout.You have to remember that Mild was a lot stronger then. Whitbread X was around 1050 in 1911. You only see breweries producing several draught Milds in London when the gravities started falling. The standard trick then was to drop the strength of the existing beer and introduce a "new" beer at the old strength.The role of stronger "Mild" was probably taken by KK, which was about the same colour as the Mild. Assuming it was similar to The Barclay Perkins version, it would have had an OG of 1075-1080 in 1911.From what I remember from quickly glancing at the logs while photographing them, The FA was like a weaker version of the X. The two were party-gyled.After WW I they were producing 3 Milds - in ascending order of strength TA, FA, X. I think the TA was their Fourpenny Ale (a price-controlled beer introduced by governemt legislation during WW I).You have to remember drinkers at the time thought very differently from us. Until WW I, beer prices had remained unchanged for 40 years or more. Most people had never experienced an increase in the price of a pint. That's why when the tax went up, brewers usually dropped the gravity. Drinkers wouldn't pay more than they were used to.
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