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American Beer at It’s Best – Red Rock Beer Has it All!
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When William Robinson acquired the Unicorn Inn of the Lower Hillgate, Stockport on 29 September 1838, he might not have guessed that he was about to establish one of England’s largest breweries of the region. In 1865, he was accompanied by his younger son Frederic and his first customer Mrs.Lamb of the Bridge Inn, Chestergate.Grolsch Beer – European Beer For a Warm Summer Afternoon!
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