Bass in Belgium

Week 52

Well, 52 weeks, rather more in fact, have passed since this blog began and still we have no completed book – but worry not, it is half done and the due date has now been moved to late spring 2013. This means I still have time to take the dogs out and lead a vaguely normal life, rather than just writing all the time. Also leaves a few moments for research trips – next is a brief visit to London, end of January, hoping to see the Henry Stopes albums again in the British Library. Questions and new ideas crop up while writing, so it’s good to have time to find some answers. Pics this week from a publicity booklet issued c1930s by an Ostend bottling firm, the Club Bottling Company, who did a lot of work for Bass, amongst others; Bass had a good trade in Belgium in the early 20th century. It has also come to my notice that this is Christmas Eve, so I wish one and all a Merry Christmas, with plenty of Christmas ale!

club bottling2

club bottling1

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One Response to “Bass in Belgium”
  1. Jurgen says:

    Good evening, i do have in my beer cellar a bottle of beer from this company. Would like to know when they stopped brewing

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