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Wrexham Lager makes comeback.

Byline: STEVE BAGNALL

THE historic relaunch of one of the UK's oldest lagers is set for Saturday.

Ten years after its demise, Wrexham Lager is back with a bang at the Buck House Hotel, Bangor-on-Dee.

The Roberts family, who own the wholesale distributors F Jones on Wrexham Industrial Estate with John Vaughan, Mark and Janet Gaffey had teamed up with the former head brewer of the Wrexham Lager Brewery Ian Dale to get the iconic brand back in business.

And Mark insisted, to give publicans a boost, it was only being sold in pubs.

He said: "We have had fantastic interest, but are planning a very slow roll out of the lager. We want to ensure the quality at the moment not the quantity.

"And to help out pub landlords, who are struggling at the moment, people will have to get to the pub to drink it."

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Wrexham lager will be back on the bar a decade after the Wrexham Brewery (above) closed
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Oct 25, 2011
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