Member of the Leader's Local Bygones Facebook group, Richard Jones, from Gwersyllt, takes a little sip of the history of the iconic Wrexham Lager Brewery...

The Wrexham Lager Beer Company Limited was founded in 1882 by two German immigrants, Ivan Levinstein and Otto Isler, where they made bitters, ales and lagers.

The Wrexham Lager brand was a popular product in the 19th century throughout Britain, and even in parts of Europe.

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Also it is said that Wrexham Lager was served on the Titanic and other White Star Line ships, and was drunk by British soldiers at the siege of Khartoum.

Unfortunately in 2000 they stopped producing Wrexham Lager products, the site was demolished and changed into a shopping outlet.

There was a revival of the Wrexham Larger product in 2011 with brothers Mark Roberts and Vaughan Roberts building a much smaller but successful brewery.

It's also home to the popular award-winning Bootlegger 1974 Pilsner, and the brewery sponsor a stand at Wrexham AFC's Racecourse ground.

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