Silbury Golden. An organic beer once brewed by Ushers of Trowbridge
Perhaps not quite a piece of memorabilia but certainly a very memorable drink. Silbury Golden was an organic bitter brewed at the end of the 20th century by Ushers Brewery of Trowbridge, Wiltshire (the brewery closed in 2000). Sold in bottles of 500ml with an alc of 4.5% and a UKS Organic Certificate, the bitter was brewed from an Ushers' recipe which used, "...organically grown malt and hops to create a golden beer with a delicate hop aroma, refreshing light bitterness and clean crisp finish." The label on the back of the bottle goes on to read, "A mystery amidst the fertile plains of Wiltshire, Silbury Hill is the largest man-made mound in Europe. Started in 2660BC, it rises to 130 feet and covers 5 acres. It's purpose has been lost over the ages; one theory suggests it was a solar observatory, and another links it with "Lammas" (Harvest Festival) as the mound becomes most visible when nearby grain crops have been gathered."