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Kent: Defunct Brewery Livery

26 February 2017

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Friary Meux Ltd - Guildford, Surrey and Nine Elms Barfrestone, OS 263503 Yew Tree Small metal plaque - halved navy and red - with the horseshoe image at the centre and 'FRIARY MEUX BITTER'. BL 2001 .

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Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Barnehurst, Barnehurst Road Red Barn 1930s estate pub with large Charrington's 'House of Toby' plaque above main entrance. DK 2003 .

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Tomson & Wotton Ltd Ramsgate Birchington, The Square Pewter Pot (renamed) A leaded glass panel with 'TW' monogram - white lettering on green. Renamed Rumours Wine Bar. DHa photo 2009 Picture

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Reffell's Bexley Brewery Ltd Bexley Blackfen, 273 Blackfen Road Woodman Originally three stones inserted in the 1931 rebuild - only two remain - 'JAH' John Alfred Harvey (landlord); 'PHW' Percy Hugh Waistell (MD of Reffell's Brewery). JP 2003 .

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Flint & Co Ltd Canterbury Blean, 4 Blean Hill Hare & Hounds A faded painted sign on the tile-hanging at the side of the pub, just legible: 'HARE & HOUNDS ... FLINT & Co Ltd ... FINE ALES'. AH photo 2012 Picture

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Tomson & Wotton Ltd Ramsgate Broadstairs, 17 Reading Street White Swan A large restored sign on the west end elevation: 'TOMSON & WOTTON, LIMITED'. RCo photo 2009 Picture

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Russell's Gravesend Brewery Ltd Gravesend Broadstairs, 38 High Street Prince Albert Two finely decorated front gables with central shields - one with 'AD 1911', the other has an 'RGB' monogram. AH 1995; AH photo 2012 Picture

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Whitbread & Co Ltd London, EC1 Broadstairs, 43 Albion Street Aqua 43 Cafe A small projecting box sign: 'CLIFTON HOTEL ... LICENSED RESTAURANT ... WHITBREAD'. AH photo 2016 Picture

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Nalder & Collyer's Brewery Co Ltd Croydon Bromley, 45 East Street Railway Hotel On the north elevation, the red-brick first floor has a pedimented brick panel with 'NALDER and COLLYER'. GB 2003 .

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Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Canterbury, 10-11 Palace Street Bell & Crown A wall-mounted painted Truman's board sign; an oval Truman's hanging sign; and a Truman's lantern. CEa photo 2010; AH photo 2012 Picture

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George Beer & Co Ltd Canterbury Canterbury, 10-11 Palace Street Bell & Crown One etched window with 'GEo. BEER & Cos ... PALE ALES'. AH 1995; AH photo 2012 Picture

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Flint & Co Ltd Canterbury Canterbury, 14 St Peters Street Cricketers (formerly Kentish Cricketers) Three etched windows with 'FLINTS ... FINE ... ALES'. Some may be replacements. AH 1985; AH photo 2012 Picture

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Fremlins Ltd Maidstone and Faversham Canterbury, 163 Old Dover Road Bat & Ball Two of the three doors have etched windows with 'FREMLINS' and an elephant illustration. AH photo 2012 Picture

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George Beer & Co Ltd Canterbury Canterbury, 163 Old Dover Road Bat & Ball Five etched windows on the Old Dover Road frontage with 'GEORGE BEER & Cos PALE ALES'. AH 1985; AH photo 2012 Picture

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W E & J Rigden & Co Faversham Canterbury, 28 Wincheap Maidens Head Etched window: 'RIGDEN'S FINE ALES'. A similar window with 'KENTS BEST' (in 1985) appears to have disappeared. AH 1985; BI photo 2004; AH photo 2012 Picture

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W E & J Rigden & Co Faversham Canterbury, 40 St Peters Street Black Griffin In 1985, AH recorded three etched windows: 'FINE ALES' - 'RIGDENS' - 'STOUT & PORTER'. The Rigden's window survives in 2012. This pub was named 'Hobgoblin' for a while. AH 1985; AH photo 2012 Picture

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Fremlins Ltd Maidstone and Faversham Canterbury, 61 St Dunstans Street Unicorn A small 'FREMLINS' sign underneath the hanging sign bracket. AH photo 2012 Picture

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W E & J Rigden & Co Faversham Canterbury, Best Lane Thomas Becket Two etched windows with 'RIGDENS' - 'ALES'. AH photo 2012 Picture

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Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Chatham, 325 High Street White Lion Above the door: a Truman 'eagle' trademark. SP 2003 .

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Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Chatham, 69 Richard Street Shipwrights Arms Classic bow fronted façade; fascia: 'TRUMAN HANBURY BUXTON & CO LTD'. Below the window, three panels: 'BURTON ALES' - 'LONDON PORTER' - 'AND STOUT'. GW 2002 .

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Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Chatham, 70 New Road Ropemakers Arms Decorative emblem on the corner splay: 'T H & B CO LTD' above the pub name. SP 2003 .

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Fremlins Ltd Maidstone and Faversham Coldred, The Green Carpenters Arms Internal. In both the Public and Saloon bars, 1960s bar-backs with 'FREMLINS' illuminated panel at the top. MS 2008 .

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Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Crayford, 109 London Road Lord Nelson (former) Over each of two doors sunk into brickwork: coloured Toby 10" plaques. Converted to a restaurant. JP 2003 .

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Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Darenth, Darenth Road South Chequers A gold Courage cockerel mounted above the ironwork of the pole sign. Courage painted signs. SP 2008 .

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Fremlins Ltd Maidstone and Faversham Deal, 187 Middle Street Prince Albert Two etched windows with 'FREMLINS'. AS 2003; WRB photo 2008 Picture

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George Beer & Rigden Ltd Faversham Deal, 187 Middle Street Prince Albert An etched window with "KENT'S BEST" legend (including quotation marks). AS 2003; WRB photo 2008 Picture

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George Beer & Co Ltd Canterbury Deal, 33 Middle Deal Road New Plough Etched window: 'George Beer & Co's Canterbury Pale Ales'. AS 2003; NB 2005 .

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Whitbread - the national brewery conglemerate Dover, Clarence Place Cinque Ports Arms Mounted above the hanging sign: 'WHITBREAD PLC ... 1742' in an oval around the brewery's 'deer' trademark, surrounded by hop leaf and barley decoration. SP 2017 .

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Ash & Co Canterbury Dover, Priory Gate Road Delicensed pub A stone plaque in the double fascia above the corner doorway, incorporating the brewery's 'Gryphon' trademark in relief. SG 2000; WRB photo 2010 Picture

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Fremlins Ltd Maidstone Dover, Station Approach Priory Hotel A single surviving etched window with 'FREMLINS'. WRB photo 2008; SP 2010 Picture

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Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Erith, 36 High Street Cross Keys Rebuilt in 1891. The fascia is decorated with flowers and leaves, and incorporates initials : 'THB & Co Ld'. JP 2003; SRH photo 2008 Picture

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Flint & Co Ltd Canterbury Faversham, 31 The Mall Elephant The pub was enlarged by Flint's brewery in 1918 and has a fine fascia with that date and sunken lettering: 'FLINT & SONS FINE ALES PORTER & STOUT.'. The pub was later owned by Fremlins, and was given its current name in 1952; the name may be related to the Fremlin trademark. JSe photo 2006; SP photo 2007 Picture

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W E & J Rigden & Co Faversham Faversham, 62 Ospringe Road Faversham Arms (closed) No specific brewery mentioned, but the etched front window has 'KENT FINE ALES'. The pub was a Rigden's house, but is now converted to residential use. SP photo 2007 Picture

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W E & J Rigden & Co Faversham Faversham, Court Street Rigden's Brewery (former) A wonderful range of listed buildings, partially converted to a supermarket. On one of the buildings is a shield with 'WER ... 1876' (W E Rigden). SP photo 2007 Picture

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Mackeson & Co Ltd Hythe Folkestone, 53 Tontine Street Brewery Tap (former) Converted to offices etc. Very fine tiled ground floor frontage. On the fascia, brown letters on cream: 'BREWERY TAP'. Five decorative tiled panels between the ground floor windows: 'MACKESON'S HYTHE ALES' - 'WINES & SPIRITS' - 'PRIVATE BAR' - 'PUBLIC BAR' - 'MACKESON'S HYTHE ALES'. SG 2001; BHK photo 2005; AH 2012 Picture

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Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Gillingham (Brompton), 16 Garden Street Cannon Tiled fascia - green lettering on cream: 'TRUMANS LONDON & BURTON BEERS' SP 2003 .

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W E & J Rigden & Co Faversham Gillingham, 105 Britton Street Globe & Laurel (former) A former beerhouse, long converted to a house. The owner exposed the original fascia for a period during restoration works: 'RIGDEN'S PALE ALES. CRATES & CASES DELIVERED'. The sign is likely to date from the 19th century. JJe photo 2010 Picture
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W E & J Rigden & Co Faversham Gravesend, 1 Milton Road - corner of Queen Street New Inn Two etched windows on the Queen Street elevation with lettering: 'RIGDENS BOTTLED ALES'. In 1986, AH reported two windows with 'Rigdens Bottled Ales' and 'Rigdens Bottled Stout'. It appears that the latter has been replaced. AH 1986; KSm photo 2008 Picture

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Meux's Brewery Co Ltd - Horseshoe Breweries: London WC1 and SW8 Gravesend, 1 Railway Place Railway Tavern This pub has Meux Brewery tiles in abundance. Many are covered by modern signage, but one brown-tiled panel is visible: 'MEUX'S FAMOUS STOUT AND ALES ... DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE'. SRH 2009; WRB photo 2010 Picture

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Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Gravesend, 1 Wellington Street Jolly Drayman A large glazed plaque near the Wellington Street entrance, gold lettering on black: 'FINE ALES ... CHARRINGTON'S (on diagonal) ... AND STOUT'. The pub is on the site of the former Walker's Wellington Brewery, whose offices survive on the other side of Wellington Street (qv). Charrington took over Walker's in 1904. SP photo 2008 Picture

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Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Gravesend, 24 Stone Street Station Inn On the curved corner above the fascia, a sign with 'TRUMAN ... BEERS AND ALES ... LONDON BREWERS SINCE 1666 ... TRUMAN HANBURY & BUXTON', and an image of the brewery's 'Eagle' trade mark. Renamed 'Bar 24'. WRB photo 2010 Picture

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Russell's Gravesend Brewery Ltd Gravesend Gravesend, 46 The Terrace Terrace Tavern Excellent faience exterior in two shades of green. Fascia tiles on two elevations, dark green lettering on cream: (1) 'WINES ... LUNCHEONS ... SPIRITS ... T A HOOPER ... SHRIMP BRAND BEERS'; (2) 'WINES ... AND SPIRITS ... T A HOOPER ... SHRIMP BRAND BEERS'. Shrimp was a Russell's brand. Between the first and second floor windows is fine old lettering: 'TAVERN & HOTEL ... TERRACE TAVERN', and there are two tiled panels at ground floor level with the pub name. There is also a fading Truman's board sign. GW/TACS; KSm photo 2008; SP photo 2008; WRB photo 2010 Picture

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Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Gravesend, 62 New Road Wheatsheaf Green-tiled and timbered corner frontage. 'CHARRINGTONS' on the fascia; and 'CHARRINGTON' above the hanging sign. Google 2009; WRB photo 2010 Picture

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Reid's Brewery Co Ltd Clerkenwell, EC1 Gravesend, 63 High Street Old Parrs Head This pub was built as the Old Parr’s Head, becoming the Empire Tavern in 1892 and closing in 1914. The premises are now used as a restaurant. Lettering survives - black on white - on the high fascia: 'REID & Co's. ENTIRE'. SRH photo 2009 Picture

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Russell's Gravesend Brewery Ltd Gravesend Gravesend, 87 West Street New Falcon On the side elevation, an etched window with lettering: 'RUSSELL'S GRAVESEND BREWERY Ltd ... FINE ALES'. AH 1985; KSm photo 2008 Picture

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Meux's Brewery Co Ltd - Horseshoe Breweries: London WC1 and SW8 Gravesend, 95 West Street Popes Head (former) A fine brown and gold tiled Meux frontage on this former pub. On the fascia, dark brown lettering on gold: 'MEUX'S FAMOUS STOUT & ALES'. On each pilaster is a small tiled plaque with white lettering on red: (1) 'MEUX'S FAMOUS STOUT' - (2) 'WINES AND SPIRITS' - (3) 'LUNCHEONS AND SNACKS' - (4) 'MEUX'S PERFECT ALES'. Property now in residential use. KSm photo 2008 Picture

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Grand Metropolitan - the national brewery conglemerate Gravesend, Milton Road / Love Lane Co-op Sports and Social Club A box sign attached to the wall with lettering 'WATNEY TRUMAN'. SP photo 2008 Picture

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Walker & Son Ltd Gravesend Gravesend, Wellington Street Wellington Brewery Offices (former) Opposite the brewery site (now the Jolly Drayman pub - qv), the offices survive with the brewery name in a terracotta panel on the front gable. KSm 2008; SP photo 2008 Picture

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Russell's Gravesend Brewery Ltd Gravesend Gravesend, West Street Flats opposite the site of Russell's Brewery A carved red-brick plaque with a large illustration of a shrimp - a brewery trademark and brand. KSm photo 2008 Picture

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Flint & Co Ltd Canterbury Herne Bay, 103 Reculver Road Rising Sun AH recorded in 1995 one etched window with 'FLINT & C.-Ltd'. Google in 2009 indicates that this window survives. AH 1995; Google 2009 .

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Thompson & Son Ltd Walmer Kingsdown, Upper Street Kings Head Etched glass in door inscribed - 'THOMPSON & SON LTD Celebrated WALMER ALES AND STOUT'. BL 2001; NB 2005 .

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Whitbread & Co Ltd London, EC1 Margate, 16 St Johns Road General Store (former off-licence) On the first floor, a curved corner panel with an old painted sign resembling a bottle label: 'SAMUEL WHITBREAD'S BOTTLED BEERS' around the outside; the brewery's 'deer' trade mark and 'EST 1742' inside. AH photo 2016 Picture

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Cobb & Co Ltd Margate Margate, 44 King Street George Hotel Three leaded windows on the elevation to Hawley Street, with lettering: 'COBB'S ALES' - 'THE GEORGE HOTEL' - 'COBB'S STOUT'. Pub possibly now a restaurant. AH photo 2012 Picture

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Cobb & Co Ltd Margate Minster (Thanet), 2 Tothill Street New Inn Leaded and stained glass window with lettering: 'COBB & Co's ... MARGATE BEERS'. BI photo 2003 Picture

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New Northfleet Brewery Co Northfleet Northfleet, 6 High Street Edinburgh Castle On the column tops - 'B & Co' representing Barkway & Hitchcock & Co, trading as the New Northfleet Brewery. KSm photo 2008 Picture

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Dartford Brewery Co Ltd Dartford Northfleet, Old Perry Street Six Bells Large stone wall sign with depressed lettering: 'THE DARTFORD BREWERY Co Ld ... FINE ALES AND STOUT'. KSm photo 2008 Picture

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Francis Alexander White Stourmouth Plucks Gutter, village Dog & Duck Two etched windows: 'FRANCIS A. WHITES ... STOURMOUTH ALES'. These date from before 1904, when the brewery was taken over by Flints of Canterbury. There is also a modern Bass plaque next to one of the entrance doors. RDe photo ca.1980; AH photo 2012 Picture

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Flint & Co Ltd Canterbury Ramsgate, 1 Trinity Place Montefiore Arms An old decorative etched window with lettering: 'FLINT & Co ... LIMITED' and 'CELEBRATED ... ALES'. CAMRA 2010; AH photo 2016 Picture

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Tomson & Wotton Ltd Ramsgate Ramsgate, 8 Richmond Road Elms (former) Converted to 'Elms Nursery'. Two etched windows survive with the brewery's 'tankard' logo incorporating 'TW' and date 1634. CExc photo 2014 Picture

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Tomson & Wotton Ltd Ramsgate Ramsgate, 97 High Street Rose of England On a side wall in front of the pub, a large, very faded painting depicting a judge holding a tankard, and lettering 'TOMSON & WOTTON'. The Google StreetView image suggests that this has been hidden from view by an advert hoarding for many years. Also two Truman's lanterns. CExc photo 2011; AH 2012 Picture

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Tomson & Wotton Ltd Ramsgate Ramsgate, Harbour Parade / Kent Terrace Harp (former). Previously known as the Refectory. The Harp, formerly the Refectory, is now a large amusement arcade. At the top of each pillar is a stone relief of the brewery monogram: 'T & W Ld'. The pillars and monograms are now all painted white. Martin Weselby provides a wonderful photo of his gg-parents, probably in the 1920s, standing in front of the 'Refectory' in its Tomson & Wotton livery. AH 1995; MWe photo 1920s; AH photo 2012 Picture

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Bass, Ratcliffe & Gretton Ltd Burton-upon-Trent Ramsgate, Harbour Street Harbour Fish Bar High on the stone cornice on the front elevation, incised lettering: 'BASS'S ALE & GUINNESS'S STOUT'. Above this, the date 1867. AH photo 2012 Picture

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George Beer & Co Ltd Canterbury Ramsgate, High Street Jekyll & Hyde (formerly Freemasons Tavern) Interior. The canopy above the bar counter has leaded screens, one with the former pub name, the other with lettering in an oval: 'GEo BEER & Cos ... PALE ALES'. AH photo 2012 Picture

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Woodhams & Co Ltd Rochester Rochester, 325 High Street North Foreland This very old pub was partially rebuilt in 1912 (date on rainwater head) by Woodhams. Above the door is a shield with 'W & Co Ld.' and 'ESTd. 1750'. Woodhams survived only until 1918. SP 2003; SRH photo 2010 Picture

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Style & Winch Maidstone Rochester, 6-8 John Street Man of Kent Corner pub with faience frontage. On each elevation, fascia tiling: 'STYLE & WINCH Ltd FINE ALES & STOUT'. TACS; SP 2003; RCo photo 2011 Picture

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Meux's Brewery Co Ltd - Horseshoe Breweries: London WC1 and SW8 Rochester, 83 Maidstone Road Granville Arms Three tiled Meux panels on the exterior: 'MEUX'S ALES .. BOTTLE AND DRAUGHT' (twice) and 'MEUX'S LONDON ALES'. These panels had been newly restored in 2010, as Google in 2009 shows them obscured. Google 2009; SRH photo 2010 Picture

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Woodhams & Co Ltd Rochester Rochester, 9 Baker Street Who'd Ha' Thought It Corner pub - on each façade WOODHAMS & CO LTD followed by on one elevation 'FINE ALES' and the other 'SPARKLING ALES'. GW 2002 .

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Woodhams & Co Ltd Rochester Rochester, Victoria Street / East Row Woodhams Brewery (former) The former brewery (closed 1918) still stands. Two stone panels on the corner: 'WOODHAMS & CO LTD' and 'ESTABLISHED 1750'. SP 2003; BHS photo Picture

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Budden & Biggs Brewery Ltd Strood Sheerness - Blue Town, 20 West Street Crown & Anchor (former) This pub is long-closed and in private residential use. In the gable at the south end of the building is a stone plaque with raised lettering: 'BUDDEN & BIGGS BODY BUILDING BEVERAGES'. Above this in a shield is 'BBB'. SRH photo 2011 Picture

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Truman Hanbury Buxton & Co Ltd - London & Burton-upon-Trent Sheerness, 1 High Street Railway Hotel (former) Converted to offices. At high level on the right gable wall, facing Millennium Way, is a fading painted sign on the brickwork: 'TRUMANS ... LONDON & BURTON ... BEERS'. WRB photo 2008; AH 2016 Picture

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Meux's Brewery Co Ltd - Horseshoe Breweries: London WC1 and SW8 Sheerness, 210 High Street Castle Tavern At least four doors have ironwork over incorporating an 'M'. The corner door has an iron balcony above which incorporates the brewery's 'horseshoe' trademark. Now a Shepherd Neame pub. WRB photo 2008 Picture

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Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Sheerness, 264 High Street Queens Head A standard red projecting box sign with a gold cockerel. WRB 2008 .

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Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Sheerness, 75 High Street Britannia Hotel (former) Now offices and retail. The faience frontage includes at least three panels with the Charrington 'Toby' in the centre and lettering around: 'THE BRITANNIA HOTEL' and 'CHARRINGTON'S FINE ALES & STOUTS'. WRB photo 2008 Picture

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Flint & Co Ltd Canterbury Sheerness, Marine Parade - corner of Richmond Street Victoria Hotel (former) (aka The Glass House) The pub is now in residential use. Between the first and second floor windows on each of two elevations is a tiled fascia with gold lettering on dark blue: 'FLINT & Co Ltd CANTERBURY ALES & PORTER'. SRH photo 2011 Picture

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Courage Ltd - London, Bristol, etc Sidcup, 10 Alma Road Alma On the side elevation, a large letter sign 'COURAGE'. (Illuminated?) WRB photo 2009 Picture

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Flint & Co Ltd Canterbury Sittingbourne, 77 Charlotte Street Foresters Arms Two fine stone panels at first floor level. At the top, a horn logo; then: 'FORESTERS ARMS ... FLINT & Cos ... FINE CANTERBURY ALES'. CExc photo 2013 Picture

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Mackeson & Co Ltd Hythe Stowting, Main Road Tiger A cream-painted pub with lettering between the ground and first floor windows: 'MACKESONS HYTHE ALES'. BHK photo 2005 Picture

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Ind Coope Ltd - Station Street, Burton-upon-Trent and Star Brewery, Romford Strood, 51 Station Road South Eastern Hotel The pub has 'IND COOPE' lettering - in 'Allied corporate' style - twice on the ground floor fascia. It looks like this lettering has been reinstalled, as it was not evident in Google's 2009 views. Google 2009; SRH photo 2010 Picture

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W E & J Rigden & Co Faversham Teynham, 76 London Road George (former) Two three-light etched windows with 'FINE ... RIGDENS ... ALES'. One of these looks more modern than the other. Also an etched 'WHITBREAD' window. The pub is now a Chinese restaurant. AH 1991; AH photo 2016 Picture

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Whitbread - the national brewery conglemerate Tonbridge, Barden Road Constitutional Club A modern box sign features the brewery's 'deer' trademark and 'WHITBREAD ALES'. BHK photo 2011 Picture

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Charrington & Co Ltd Mile End, E1 Tonbridge, Shipbourne Road Pinnacles Under the hanging sign, a round panel with a 'Toby' illustration and 'CHARRINGTON ... ESTABLISHED 1757' underneath. BHK photo 2011 Picture

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Mann, Crossman & Paulin - London & Burton-upon-Trent Tunbridge Wells, Mount Ephraim Beau Nash A fine three-pane leaded window with the pub name and a fine example of the brewery's 'George & Dragon' trademark. BHK photo 2011 Picture

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Flint & Co Ltd Canterbury Upstreet, 60 Island Road Royal Oak An etched window with 'FLINTS FINE ALES'. AH 1995; AH photo 2012 Picture

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Flint & Co Ltd Canterbury Whitstable, 72 Canterbury Road Two Brewers Two etched windows on the front elevation: 'FLINT & SON ... CANTERBURY ALES STOUT & PORTER'. They are of different ages and different designs. AH photo 2012 Picture

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Tomson & Wotton Ltd Ramsgate Whitstable, Marine Terrace Old Neptune Two leaded windows with roundels containing 'TW' monograms. Etched windows inscribed 'RAMSGATE' - 'ALES & BEER'. There are some interesting historical photographs in the interior - an atmospheric pub. BL 2001; AH photo 2012 Picture

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Tomson & Wotton Ltd Ramsgate Whitstable, Sea Street, corner of Red Lion Lane Prince Albert Two etched windows on the Sea Street elevation with monograms in a central roundel: 'T & W LD'. AH 1995; AH photo 2012 Picture

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