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Close-up shot of bottles of Greene King IPA beer. Greene King is a leading British brewer and pub operator established in 1799 in Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, where it still brews all its beers. It has grown to become the largest British-owned brewery in the UK via a series of takeovers and operates over 2,500 pubs and restaurants in England and Scotland. Greene King IPA is the best-selling cask ale in the UK.