Beer Type: Bitter Strength : 4.2% ABV
Deep copper in colour made using mainly Maris Otter malt among others and a single hop variety of East Kent Gouldings.
A fruity/spicy aroma with a lingering spicy bitter finish.
The firm produced 75 cars between 1910 and 1914 of a 15.9 horse-power 4 seater tourer type and 2 of these vehicles were still in existence in the late 1960s. In addition some two-dozen saloon cars were produced and the firm also manufactured a motor ambulance.
The firm abandoned vehicle manufacture after the outbreak of war in 1914 when it began to undertake aeronautical and mechanical engineering work for the government. After the 1914-1918 War the firm became a distributor for the major motor manufacturers. The original owners of the business were Edward Walker Jackson, a retired cloth manufacturer from Morley and his son Edward Almond Jackson, who died in 1963. The business ceased trading in 1983.