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A golden ale brewed by Vale in Brill, England.  The commercial description states: A golden session ale made from the finest Maris Otter malted barley and English hops. The full malt flavour is well balanced with fruity, slightly citrus hop aromas and soft bitterness.

A golden ale brewed by Vale in Brill, England. The commercial description states: A golden session ale made from the finest Maris Otter malted barley and English hops. The full malt flavour is well balanced with fruity, slightly citrus hop aromas and soft bitterness.

War Memorial, Brill, Buckinghamshire

War Memorial, Brill, Buckinghamshire

All Saints Church, Brill, Buckinghamshire - The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Maria Brill, who married John Johnson, on May 27th, 1578.  The marriage of Christopher Brill and Anne Bartillmewe was recorded at Ipsden, Oxfordshire, in 1604.

All Saints Church, Brill, Buckinghamshire - The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Maria Brill, who married John Johnson, on May 27th, 1578. The marriage of Christopher Brill and Anne Bartillmewe was recorded at Ipsden, Oxfordshire, in 1604.

Brill Village, Buckinghamshire, England - Brill's name is a combination of words: (Brythonic breg and Anglo Saxon hyll). In the reign of Edward the Confessor it was a town called Bruhella.The manor of Brill was a long time a property of the Crown. King Edward the Confessor built a royal palace here that remained in place until 1643 when it was destroyed by Parliamentarian forces under John Hampden. Brill was used by J. R. R. Tolkien as the basis for the village of Bree in The Lord of the…

Brill Village, Buckinghamshire, England - Brill's name is a combination of words: (Brythonic breg and Anglo Saxon hyll). In the reign of Edward the Confessor it was a town called Bruhella.The manor of Brill was a long time a property of the Crown. King Edward the Confessor built a royal palace here that remained in place until 1643 when it was destroyed by Parliamentarian forces under John Hampden. Brill was used by J. R. R. Tolkien as the basis for the village of Bree in The Lord of the…

The Pheasant, Brill, Buckinghamshire

The Pheasant, Brill, Buckinghamshire

Brill (Brielle), Netherlands - Brill Village in Buckinghamshire, England,  may have been named after Brill in the Netherlands.  During the 6th century migratory Frisians, a Germanic Tribe, settled in Buckinghamshire and named their new home after their place of origin in Flanders.

Brill (Brielle), Netherlands - Brill Village in Buckinghamshire, England, may have been named after Brill in the Netherlands. During the 6th century migratory Frisians, a Germanic Tribe, settled in Buckinghamshire and named their new home after their place of origin in Flanders.

Sunset at Brill Common, Buckinghamshire.

Sunset at Brill Common, Buckinghamshire.

Brill Windmill, Brill, Buckinghamshire

Brill Windmill, Brill, Buckinghamshire

Photos of the post windmill at Brill, Buckinghamshire, England.  This structure is Grade II* Listed, see this link to the Heritage Gateway: www.heritagegateway.org.uk/Gateway/Results_Single.aspx?ui...

Photos of the post windmill at Brill, Buckinghamshire, England. This structure is Grade II* Listed, see this link to the Heritage Gateway: www.heritagegateway.org.uk/Gateway/Results_Single.aspx?ui...

Blocked Norman window on the north wall of the chancel (exterior).  Photos of All Saints church, Brill, Buckinghamshire, England.  All Saints is a Grade II* Listed Building, for more information follow this link to the Heritage Gateway: www.heritagegateway.org.uk/Gateway/Results_Single.aspx?ui...

Blocked Norman window on the north wall of the chancel (exterior). Photos of All Saints church, Brill, Buckinghamshire, England. All Saints is a Grade II* Listed Building, for more information follow this link to the Heritage Gateway: www.heritagegateway.org.uk/Gateway/Results_Single.aspx?ui...

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