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Tetley's Smooth Ale Beer, 12 x 440ml

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Tetley's was established in 1822, by an ambitious young man called Joshua Tetley, with his experience in the family malting business and the belief in its motto ‘Quality Pays'. After nearly two centuries of perfecting the brewing process, the name Tetley's is synonymous with smooth, tasty beer created from a perfect combination of traditional and modern brewing techniques.

The Joshua Tetley & Son Ltd collection also includes records of the 7th West Riding of Yorkshire Rifles Volunteers formed in 1860. The Tetley Brewery played an important role in the creation of the Leeds Rifles as manyof their employees were recruited. At the outbreak of the First World War, 261 of Tetley's men joined the services, and of those, 25 were killed and 55 were wounded. They also lost 20 of their shire horses during the War. [47] See also [ edit ] Tetley's Smooth Ale is a creamy ale created with a nutty roasted, full-bodied flavour, classic hop aroma and crisp bitterness on the palate. Mutch, Alistair (6 December 2005). Strategic and Organizational Change: From Production to Retailing in UK Brewing 1950–1990. Taylor & Francis. p.97. ISBN 978-0-203-00824-9.

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Maps, Alan Godfrey; Ordnance Survey, Great Britain (31 August 1989). Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Yorkshire. ISBN 0-85054-250-2. Carlsberg-Tetley's 5m television campaign – PR & public relations news – PRWeek". Archived from the original on 1 February 2013.

The Leeds branch of the West Yorkshire Archive Service hold an extensive collection of Tetley's Brewery records under 'Joshua Tetley & Son Ltd.' The collection relates mainly to the history of Tetley's Beer at the Leeds Brewery, but also includes records of companies that were incorporated into Tetley's such as Whitaker and Company Ltd, Leeds and Wakefield Breweries Ltd and Allied Breweries Ltd. The collection contains records relating to the Brewery staff, production and sales, brewing journals, books and experimental brew reports, photographs of the brewing process and public houses, and Tetley's promotional material. [47] Pattinson, Ron (16 August 2012). "Tetley Pale Ales 1868". 16 August 2012 . Retrieved 16 August 2012.Later in 1960 they merged with Walkers of Warrington to form Tetley Walker. Tetley Walker owned over one thousand tied houses in Yorkshire alone and a further two thousand outside the county. [2] In 1961 Tetley merged with Ind Coope and Ansells to form Allied Breweries, then the world's largest brewing conglomerate. [1] During the 1960s the brewery employed over a thousand workers. [3] A new brewhouse was built in 1964. [11] By the 1970s half of Leeds' pubs were owned by Tetley. [1] During the 1970s Tetley's was Britain's largest cask ale brewery, producing 1 million barrels a year. [11] In 1978 Allied merged with J. Lyons to form Allied Lyons. The highest selling Tetley product is Smoothflow, a nitrogenated 3.6% ABV ale served at 8°C (46°F). It is available in kegs and cans with a widget. It is sold overseas as Tetley's English Ale. [24] The same beer, but not nitrogenated and without the widget in the can, is sold as Tetley's Original. [25]

Enjoy Tetley's Smooth Ale with classic pub grub; bangers and mash or a hearty pie.. Same great Tetley's taste. The smooth satisfying taste of Tetley's. Tetley's. Sadly not, Tetley’s is made with malted barley which is a source of gluten. Some brewers try to claim that the levels of gluten in their beer are so low that the beer can be considered virtually gluten-free. That is not the case here. If you are a coeliac or are gluten-intolerant then Tetley’s is not the beer for you! Is Tetley’s Vegan?

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During the 1980s Tetley benefited from the increase in sales of cask ale. An impartial customer survey in the 1980s concluded that Tetley had achieved an almost irrational level of customer support, particularly in West Yorkshire, in part because of traditional loyalty, partly because of highly effective television campaigns such as the Tetley Bittermen, and also because of a consistently high quality product. [12] The brewhouse was updated in 1984. [11] A pint of Tetley Cask Tetley's advertising suffered during the 1980s when its television advertisements focussed too heavily on a folksy, old fashioned idea of Yorkshire life. [32] From 1999 – 2006 Tetley used "Smoothly Does It" as its slogan. [33] In 2006 the slogan became 'Don't Do Things By Halves'. [34] Following a break for a number of years from television advertising, Tetley returned to the screens in October 2010 as a sponsor of evening programming on ITV4. [35] Tetley's Cask (3.7% ABV) is the original cask conditioned version of the product. [26] Carlsberg recommend always using a sparkler when serving the product. [27] It is brewed under contract for Tetley by Marston's Park Brewery in Wolverhampton, using the Yorkshire square method, and a dual-strain yeast. [28] Another cask beer, Tetley's Gold, was introduced in 2012. [29] Challenge Cup: Tetley's announced as new sponsor". Manchester: bbc.co.uk. 22 January 2013 . Retrieved 22 January 2013. Appearance: a pure golden-copper in colour with carbonation clinging to the glass rather than rising to the top. A thin off-white head (even with a vigorous pour) lasts the distance throughout the session. Looks pretty good for an English mid.

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