Red Stripe is a 4.7% abv pale lager brewed by Desnoes & Geddes in Jamaica. It was first produced in 1938 from a recipe developed by Paul H. Cotter (the son of founder E. P. Cotter) and Bill Martindale.
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... horizontal bicolor of white and red defaced with the arms of Poland in the white stripe and a white anchor entwined with an S-shaped rope in the red stripe Proportion 56 On naval ...
... It consists of a white jersey with a red stripe that goes from left to right, blue shorts and white socks ... The first one has a red jersey and keeps the blue shorts and white socks ... The second alternative uniform keeps the red stripe on the jersey but instead of being white, it is blue ...
... Red Stripe has been an intermittent sponsor of the Jamaica national bobsled team ... In 2007, Red Stripe initiated a campaign in the UK to support new music by sponsoring events such as The Camden Crawl and Great Escape Festival as well as hosting a ... In support of this promotional strategy, the Red Stripe Music Awards were initiated between 2007 and 2010, with the winner of the award receiving featured billing at two music festivals, Blissfields and The ...
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Famous quotes containing the words stripe and/or red:
“And if any mischief follow, then thou shalt give life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot, burning for burning, wound for wound, stripe for stripe.”
—Bible: Hebrew Exodus 21:23.
“But he sent her Good-by,
And said to be good,
And wear her red hood,
And look for skunk tracks
In the snow with an ax
And do everything!”
—Robert Frost (18741963)