Courage itself is long gone. Flogged numerous times and subsequently dismembered, it's now merely a brand owned by Wells & Young. I'm not sure if anyone misses them. Amongst other crimes, they introduced Fosters into the UK, and even the Best Bitter was apparently a load of Cock too (pun!).
Fact #1 - The first record I bought was by Chas & Dave. Yes, it was 'Snooker Loopy' in 1986. In fact, I bought it three times as one 45 melted on the fire, and another one cracked. Now you know why it was a hit. Also, the middle-eight of 'Snooker Loopy' was nicked from the 1963 hit "Don't You Think It's Time" by Mike Berry and the Outlaws (the bass player was one Chas Hodges Esq.).
Fact #2 - One of the heirs of the Courage Brewery was racing driver Piers Courage. I visited his grave in Shenfield in 2009, as I was in town to see my girlfriend of the time. The grave is not in the best of upkeep, sadly. I thought at the time "Surely the Courage family must still be loaded after selling the brewery. They should have kept the site in better nick than this". I guess the great brewing families really were callous Tories after all.