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North-East Wales: Defunct Brewery Livery

28 February 2014

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County Brewery Location Premises Description Contributors Photo?
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North-East Wales: Denbigh

Greenall Whitley & Co Ltd Warrington Denbigh, High Street Forum Tea Room The Greenall Whitley trademark at the end of the ironwork supporting the hanging sign. BHK 2012 .

North-East Wales: Denbighshire

John S Tanqueray & Co Llangollen Llangollen, 20 Castle Street Bull Within the arch of the main window, a bull's head image and a monogram 'LBL'. Thought to be Llangollen Brewery, but needs confirmation. AH photo 2011 Picture

North-East Wales: Denbighshire

Greenall Whitley & Co Ltd Warrington Rhyl, 13 Russell Road Swan Raised lettering on the high-level fascia: 'WILDERSPOOL ALES'. Now owned by Thwaites. MPo 2010; TB photo 2013 Picture

North-East Wales: Denbighshire

Wilson's Brewery Ltd Manchester Rhyl, 27 Wellington Road North Wales Inn 'WILSONS' on the fascia; and a Wilson's lantern. AH 2010; TB photo 2013 Picture

North-East Wales: Denbighshire

Ind Coope Ltd - Station Street, Burton-upon-Trent and Star Brewery, Romford Rhyl, Bodfor Street Mermaid (later Costigans) On the stone parapet in relief is the Ind Coope trademark before the merger with Allsopps in 1934. TB photo 2013 Picture

North-East Wales: Denbighshire

Bass & Co Ltd - Burton-upon-Trent, Tadcaster, etc Ruthin, 52 Well Street Feathers Inn / Tafarn Y Plu 'Bass' in script and a red triangle on the pub's hanging sign, and on a hand-painted wall panel. BHK photo 2010 Picture

North-East Wales: Flint

Greenall Whitley & Co Ltd Warrington Bagillt, High Street / Holywell Road (A5026) Boot & Ship The pub's pole sign features the brewery's trademark within the ironwork. BHK 2010 .

North-East Wales: Flint

Greenall Whitley & Co Ltd Warrington Bagillt, High Street Stag The pub's hanging sign features the brewery's trademark within the ironwork (damaged). Google 2009 .

North-East Wales: Flint

Greenall Whitley & Co Ltd Warrington Caerwys, Water Street Royal Oak The Greenall Whitley trademark at the end of the ironwork supporting the hanging sign. BHK 2012 .

North-East Wales: Flint

Greenall Whitley & Co Ltd Warrington Connahs Quay, High Street Custom House The Greenall Whitley trademark at the end of the ironwork supporting the hanging sign. BHK 2012 .

North-East Wales: Flint

Greenall Whitley & Co Ltd Warrington Flint, 18 Church Street Flint Kebab & Pizza House This former pub retains the bracket of the hanging sign, incorporating the brewery's trademark. BHK 2010 .

North-East Wales: Flint

Greenall Whitley & Co Ltd Warrington Holywell, High Street (corner of Llys Y Brenin) Former hotel This former hotel retains the bracket of the hanging sign, incorporating the brewery's trademark. BHK 2010 .

North-East Wales: Flint

Bass, Ratcliffe & Gretton Ltd Burton-upon-Trent Holywell, Whitford Street Feathers Stone sign above ground floor window - 'BASS'. TN 2005 .

North-East Wales: Flint

Whitbread - the national brewery conglemerate Mold, 75 New Street Ruthin Castle An oval wall plaque: 'WHITBREAD PLC ... 1742' around the 'deer' trademark. Unusual for the area. BHK photo 2012 Picture

North-East Wales: Flint

Greenall Whitley & Co Ltd Warrington Saltney, 36 Chester Street Brewery Arms An attractive round wall plaque with monogram 'G W & Co' in the centre, and 'A.D ... 1927' around. BHK photo 2010 Picture

North-East Wales: Flint

Greenall Whitley & Co Ltd Warrington Saltney, High Street Anchor Hotel Retains several Greenall Whitley features. (1) A very attractive wall panel with the pub name, scrolls in gold, and a gold-painted plaque with monogram 'G W & Co'. (2) An etched window with a similar momogram. (3) The pub's pole sign features the brewery's trademark within the ironwork. BHK photo 2010 Picture

North-East Wales: Wrexham

Island Green Brewery Co Ltd Wrexham Cefn-Mawr, Well Street Old Vaults Has old etched windows, including a decorative one with 'ISLAND GREEN ALES'. RWo 2007; AH photo 2010 Picture

North-East Wales: Wrexham

Ansells Brewery Ltd Birmingham Chirk, Church Street Hand Hotel A small oval ceramic plaque on the frontage. A pictorial scene in the centre with pot kilns surrounded by oak leaves and acorns; around the outside: 'Ansells Ales ... ENJOYED IN THE POTTERIES ... FOR MANY GENERATIONS'. AH photo 2011 Picture

North-East Wales: Wrexham

Greenall Whitley & Co Ltd Warrington Rossett, Chester Road Golden Lion The Greenall Whitley trademark in the ironwork above the pole sign. BHK 2012 .

North-East Wales: Wrexham

Island Green Brewery Co Ltd Wrexham Ruabon, Bridge Street Round House Has old etched windows, including a decorative one with 'ISLAND GREEN ALES'. A stone plaque records the date of the pub: 'REBUILT 1904 AD'. RWo 2007; AH photo 2010 Picture

North-East Wales: Wrexham

Old Swan Brewery Wrexham Wrexham, 6 Abbot Street Old Swan Brewery (former) Old raised lettering on the frontage: 'OLD SWAN BREWERY', and dated 1811. Brian Glover writes: "The Old Swan Brewery was in operation until the 1880s. It was in the hands of the Lovatt family for some 50 years, first Richard and then Edward. It was sold at auction in 1886 to Evan Morris and seems to have stopped brewing around then. It was later a Border Brewery house for many years." Now a Hyde's pub. TB photo 2012 Picture

North-East Wales: Wrexham

John Joule & Sons Ltd Stone Wrexham, High Street Royal Oak A narrow-fronted 'Brewers Tudor' pub. Deeply incised stone fascia lettering 'JOULES' and an incised trademark red cross; roundels in the leaded windows with 'JOULES BREWERY' around a cross. TB photo 2012 Picture

North-East Wales: Wrexham

Wrexham Lager Beer Co Ltd Wrexham Wrexham, Hope Street Horse & Jockey A square metal plaque: 'WREXHAM LAGER ... BREWED IN WALES SINCE 1882'. Was applied in about 1985. WRB photo 2008; MPo 2010 Picture

North-East Wales: Wrexham

Bents Brewery Co Ltd - Liverpool & Stone Wrexham, Mount Street Union Tavern (former) Converted to a restaurant. Tiled fascia lettering: 'BENTS BREWERY Co Ltd ... UNION TAVERN ... LIVERPOOL AND STONE'. The lettering had been painted over by 2012. Opposite is the Nags Head, at the rear of which is the last remaining chimney of Soames Brewery (built 1894). KB photo 1990; SW 2003; TB photo 2012 Picture

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