- in 1963 - "Cater Lewis and the Southerners" appeared as guest artists on the BCC radio show "Pop Go the Beatles". They didn't obtain much commercial success but are known for the stint "Jimmy Page" did with them before moving to the "Yardbirds" and then to "Led Zeppelin". Vocalists John Carter and Ken Lewis became the "Ivy League", got couple solo hits and provided backing on the Who's first single "I Can't Explain".
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Around 20 000 brands of beer are brewed across the globe in about 180 styles from ales, lagers and pilseners to bitters and iced beers.
Beer has been a popular beverage for a very long time, Babylonian clay tablets show detailed recipes of beer making in 4300 BC. It was also brewed by ancient Chinese, Assyrians and Incas.