XXXX's labels generally feature a depiction of the Milton Brewery alongside the Ipswich railway line, presently with a Queensland Rail EMU in the foreground with the existing extensive railway fencing omitted.
Prior labels had steam engines and diesels when those locomotives were more regularly seen in Brisbane.
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The second major campaign was launched in the early 1980s in the North Queensland area after the general manager of 'XXXX' Pat Holmboe at the time heard of the locally famous Clinton Howe, a council road worker, being able to consume a very high quantity of the beer in a short time (approx. The company was forced to close the campaign within the first few days of T. Underneath the twist top lids there are trivia questions.
XXXX is still being served from wooden barrels at the Breakfast Creek Hotel in Newstead, Queensland.
XXXX's mascot is Mr Fourex - a jovial cartoon man in a suit with a boater hat, who features on the City side of the Fourex Brewery at Milton and is to be re-introduced into advertising in the near future for the first time since 1967.
Castlemaine XXXX was withdrawn from the UK at the end of June 2009 when In Bev's licensing agreement expired.
XXXX was brewed under licence in the UK by In Bev Ltd until 2009.
It was commonly available in cans in British off licences and sometimes on tap in British pubs.
Whilst not cask-conditioned, as in the case of British real ale, the beer is unpasteurised and delivered by gravity.
In Terry Pratchett's Discworld series of fantasy novels, an Australian-like continent is named XXXX, pronounced "fourecks".