Gold Label

Gold Label beer was introduced by Sheffield-based brewery Tennant's in 1951, the first beer branded as a barley wine to be lighter in colour, where until that point all barley wined had traditionally been very dark.

By the 1970s Gold Label had become the best-selling barley wine in the UK, expanding production to incorporate further breweries. Though the beer style has declined in popularity, Gold Label continues to be produced at Samlesbury Brewery in Lancashire today.
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