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In 1921, Louis Boucquey, Armand Deflandre and Raoul Bonduel created the Pélican brewery. In 1933, they raised an important production that increased continually, in doing so the brewers innovated with their first test of Pélican beer. In 1935, the son of Jean Deflandre managed to put together two mated barleys and used top-fermentation with English yeast, in order to create a groundbreaking beer : the brown beer. The innovation was very trendy in those days, and Jean Deflandre kept his promise by developing, in 1937, a new 6% alcohol brown bottom fermentation beer, and its name was : PELFORTH 43.