|"Brewery" Formed By A Collaboration Of Two Or More Brewers|
A collaboration between Green Jack and Oakham produced a beer called Pick Up (6.0%) during March 2000. It was believed to have been produced at Green Jack. A further beer was produced in the summer of 2004, brewed at Oakham. This brand was used for a series of infrequent beers.
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Last Updated : 14th May 2019