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X X X X (pronounced four-ex) is a brand of Australian beer brewed in Milton, Brisbane by Queensland brewers, Castlemaine Perkins (now a division of the Japanese-owned company Lion).
It enjoys wide popularity in the state of Queensland, where it is commonly found on-tap in pubs and bars.
The XXXX brand was first introduced in 1924 and is a throwback to the long-standing tradition of using Xs to indicate the strength of an ale.
The brand name also built upon XXX Sparkling Ale introduced in 1878.
Currently sold brands include: The XXXX brand was launched in 1924 by Castlemaine Brewers, named after the town of Castlemaine, Victoria where the company was born in 1857.The yellow-and-red label still bears this town's name.XXXX has been brewed in the Castlemaine Perkins Milton Brewery since its introduction, and has featured an artist's sketch (later very stylised) of this brewery on the label of beer bottles and cans.In the 1950s the prominent 'XXXX' illuminated sign was erected on the brewery."XXXX" itself refers to a traditional grading system for strong beer.In 1992, Castlemaine Perkins was acquired by Australian beverage and food company Lion Nathan, who in turn were taken over by Japanese beverage conglomerate, Kirin, in 2009.In March 2016, XXXX was reduced from 4.6% to 4.4% alcohol by volume (ABV).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.At 3.7% alcohol, the British brewed XXXX was somewhat weaker than most of the Australian variants.Castlemaine XXXX was withdrawn from the UK at the end of June 2009 when In Bev's licensing agreement expired.