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An old small poster advertising 'Guinness for Strength', c. 1935 featuring an illustration of a man carrying a massive iron girder. The relationship between beer consumption and strength humorously depicted by illustrator John Gilroy. The link between beer and strength would not be allowed with today's more regulated alcohol advertising - a vintage nineteen thirties item for editorial use only.
Cantillon Brewery in Anderlecht, Brussels, Belgium, Europe, the last lambic brewery in Brussels. It brews lambic beers like kriek and gueuze in the traditional style, unchanged since it was founded in 1900.