Young's Brewery

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The earliest mention of commercial brewing at the Ram Brewery in Wandsworth is in 1581 in the reign on Queen Elizabeth I. Humphrey Langridge was brewing at the sign of the Ram, a prominent Wandsworth inn since 1533. Humphrey Langridge not only provided beer for the Ram Inn's own customers, stabling for horses and beds for travellers, but casks of beer for other local pubs and private houses. The modern brewery took its name and trademark from the sign of this ancient inn - a ram traditionally denoted pugnacity and bravery.