Spot the Difference #105; Harman’s Strong XXXX Ale

Two versions of Harman’s XXXX Strong illustrating the two trademarks used before the second world war. The monogram uses the early abbreviation for Limited which was falling out of use in the 1920s. Both labels use the later abbreviation for the company name. We would be very interested to know when the Uxbridge Arms was adopted and it’s origin. More Harman’s labels will shortly be added to our featured brewery section.


1 Comment

  • John Harman

    Thank you all for this fantastic display,
    My grandparents owned the brewery, and I am still discovering more about it. But very proud of my heritage

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