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Sir John Arderne Wetherspoons, Newark, hope to brew up a success story with new 1646 beer

A Newark beer has been launched at the Sir John Arderne Wetherspoons pub in the town.

The beer, which is an ode to the surrender of King Charles I near Newark, was named 1646 with the slogan Trust In God And Sally Forth.

The slogan was said by the mayor to Lord Belasyse, the town’s governor, when King Charles I ordered the town to surrender on May 6, 1646. The mayor believed the town could fight on.

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