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Greater Manchester: Tameside
Defunct Brewery Livery

17 November 2015

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Greater Manchester: Tameside

Henry Shaw & Co Ltd Dukinfield Ashton-under-Lyne, 1 Old Street Angel Hotel Magnificent corner frontage in blue and green tiles. Dark blue mosaic fascia with gold lettering: 'ANGEL HOTEL ... SHAW'S ALES' on each elevation. Above the main door, and at the top of the pilasters are elaborate colourful logos in red, blue and gold, incorporating the letter 'S'. TB photo 2006 Picture

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Boddington Brewery Ltd Manchester Ashton-under-Lyne, 108 Old Street Star Inn Modern Boddington's signs. (1) Two convex-faced plaques - next to the doors. (2) Two projecting box signs - one on each elevation. (3) A painted board sign attached to the wall. (4) 'BODDINGTONS' on the fascia. The first two incorporate the wording: "The classic cask conditioned draught beer from the North". The first three include the trademark of a cask with bees. BHK photo 2009; SGw 2010 Picture

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Bass & Co Ltd - Burton-upon-Trent, Tadcaster, etc Ashton-under-Lyne, 148 St Albans Avenue Pegs Tavern Within the ironwork at the bottom of the pub sign, a small oval Bass plaque, now painted over in black. SGw photo 2010 Picture

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Vaux Breweries Ltd Sunderland Ashton-under-Lyne, 3-5 Albion Street Lord Napier Relatively modern Vaux board signs. SGw 2010 .

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Wilson's Brewery Ltd Manchester Ashton-under-Lyne, 4 Mossley Road New Inn Single modern etched window with pub name and Wilson chequerboard. SP 2003 .

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Gartside's (Brookside) Brewery Ltd Ashton-Under-Lyne Ashton-under-Lyne, 42 Oldham Road Theatre Tavern On the side elevation, a large tiled panel with 'GARTSIDES FAMOUS ALES & STOUT' in raised gold lettering on green. SP photo 2005; KGa photo 2005 Picture

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Bell & Co Ltd Stockport Denton, Windmill Lane (opposite Windsor Road) Dane Bank Hotel Built by Bell's in 1940. Large 'bell' mosaic in the entrance. SP 2006; BHK photo 2006 Picture

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Wilson's Brewery Ltd Manchester Droylsden, 326 Lumb Lane Railway Hotel An unusual Wilson's lantern over the main entrance; it has eight-sided panes with 'WILSONS BEERS'. SGw photo 2009 Picture

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Wilson's Brewery Ltd Manchester Droylsden, 339 Manchester Road Buxton Wilson's fascia; faded Wilson's hanging sign; lantern sign over the front door; curved Wilson board sign on the gable wall. There is a former 'chequerboard' panel on the end wall, but the squares on this have been painted out. ICr photo 2007; SGw photo 2009 Picture

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Boddington Brewery Ltd Manchester Droylsden, Market Street Beehive A modern projecting box sign: 'BODDINGTONS BITTER', etc, and the brewery's trademark of a cask with bees. The pub was formerly owned by Wilsons, who were probably responsible for the pub name lettering. BHK 2009; SGw 2010 .

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Ind Coope & Allsopp Ltd Burton-upon-Trent Dukinfield, 106 Astley Street Commercial On the pavement outside, the pub curtilage is defined by inlaid lettering in red: 'I C & A BOUNDARY'. SP 2005; BHK photo 2006 Picture

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Openshaw Brewery Ltd Manchester Dukinfield, 108 King Street Newmarket Tavern (former) Fascia lettering with 'OPENSHAW BREWERY COMPANY'. SP photo 2005 Picture

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Groves & Whitnall Ltd Salford Dukinfield, 192 Astley Street Chapel House Stone parapet with lettering - 'GROVES AND WHITNALL'S ALES AND STOUT'. SP photo 2005 Picture

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Kays Atlas Brewery Ltd Manchester Hyde, 175 Mottram Road Bankfield Hotel (former) Large Victorian pub with two terracotta panels, octagon-star shaped, on the side elevation. One has the date 1889 enclosing a large letter 'K'. The other has a bust of a beast holding a key in its mouth. The pub came under the ownership of Robinson of Stockport, but was sold 2004-2005, and has since been converted to flats. It is believed that the "beast and key" was an emblem of the Kay family. "Atlas" became a later trademark for Kay's Atlas Brewery. SP photo 2003 Picture

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Bell & Co Ltd Stockport Hyde, 289 Stockport Road, Gee Cross Grapes Hotel Rebuilt by Bells Brewery; their name and the pub name is in raised lettering on the end wall. SP photo 2005 Picture

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Gartside's (Brookside) Brewery Ltd Ashton-Under-Lyne Stalybridge, 77 Caroline Street Wharf Tavern A window has 'Gartsides Golden Ales'. Google shows a leaded window at the apex of the building with 'GARTSIDES'. Camra mag 2015; Google 2015 .

Greater Manchester: Tameside

Wilson's Brewery Ltd Manchester Stalybridge, Mossley Road Reindeer Applied 'WILSONS' gold lettering on a board sign; 'WILSONS' on the hanging sign; a decapitated lantern with 'chequerboard' logos; and a faded wall plague to the left of the front door. The plaque has a 'chequerboard' illustration and lettering: 'WILSONS ... NEWTON HEATH MANCHESTER ... TRADITIONAL BREWERS ... SINCE 1834'. ICr photo 2008 Picture

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