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Youngest British serviceman to die in Second World War to get memorial recognition in Ossett hometown

A fantastic piece of history in our very own community (and pub!) by the Yorkshire Post The youngest British serviceman to die in the Second World War at the age of 14 lived at the Brewers Pride. Reginald Earnshaw lied about his age to help out in the war, we really admire his determination and the sacrifice he made.   Read more about it below Yorkshire Post Article: https://bit.ly/2NulSpr Ossett.net: http://ossett.net/WW2/Reginald_Earnshaw.html

Ossett Brewery keeping it real at the Brewer’s Pride

Some things in life just seem inevitable; the sun going down at the end of the day or England succumbing to a middle order batting collapse in the Ashes, these are events you could set your watch by and file under ‘definitely going to happen’. Another, perhaps, is the acquisition of the Brewer’s Pride pub by Ossett Brewery. Maybe ‘inevitable’ is not the right word, but there is something about the latest addition to the Ossett pub estate that just feels right, and pretty much as nature intended. November saw the pub up for grabs and it was swiftly secured for the brewery.. Read more

Always shaping the future: the history of Ossett Brewery

July 2017 sees the first steps taken in the latest expansion of Ossett Brewery. Ceiling panels are being lifted, tanks re-located and pipework re-directed. It is not the first time the organisation has shrewdly invested to pre-empt or catch up with demand, but this time a phased 18-month programme of development will leave the brewery in a strong position for the future. And given the relatively recent birth of the organisation, that the astonishing rise in popularity of real ale has been suitably served from the same humble area of land in the small market town of Ossett, goes to show how skilful manag.. Read more

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