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The Brewery History Society: Defunct Brewery Liveries



East Yorkshire and Hull:
Defunct Brewery Livery

2 January 2017

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County Brewery Location Premises Description Contributors Photo?
Gone?

Yorkshire East

W M Darley Ltd Thorne Beverley, 30 North Bar Within Royal Standard A fine etched window (quite modern) with the Darley's unicorn above lettering 'Darley's ... A SYMBOL OF GOOD ALE'. CKe reports in 2006 that the window has been "replaced with a better copy of the original". CKe 2002; SP 2004; CKe 2006; AH photo 2015 Picture

Yorkshire East

Hull Brewery Co Ltd (later North Country) Hull Beverley, 38 Saturday Market Kings Head Hotel Inside are two etched glass panels with ANCHOR BREWERY motif with anchor trademark inside buckle. TN photo 2005 Picture

Yorkshire East

W M Darley Ltd Thorne Beverley, North Bar Without Rose & Crown A splendid interwar pub with leaded windows containing a shield with the brewery's 'unicorn' trademark and 'DARLEYS' in a scroll beneath. CKe 2002; RW 2002; AH photo 2015 Picture

Yorkshire East

Hull Brewery Co Ltd (later North Country) Hull Coniston, 1 Main Street Blacksmiths Arms A lovely stone plaque on the front elevation with a carved illustration of a blacksmith's hammer and anvil. On the anvil is a monogram 'HB', and below is the date 1955. ICh photo 2004 Picture

Yorkshire East

Hull Brewery Co Ltd (later North Country) Hull Hornsea, 33 Market Place Rose & Crown Decorative plasterwork featuring a grape design over the archway entrance. In each corner are shields with the brewery's 'anchor' trademark. CKe 2003; BHK photo 2009 Picture

Yorkshire East

Moors' & Robson's Breweries Ltd Hull Hull, 107 Ferensway, corner of Mill Street Broadway Hotel (renamed) Currently 'Propaganda Cafe Bar'. 'M & R' monograms on nine rainwater heads, on three drainpipes. There was also 'M & R' incised in stone over the corner entrance, but this has been obscured for many years. CKe 2002 .

Yorkshire East

Bass Worthington Burton-upon-Trent Hull, 11 Manor Street Burlington Tavern On the side elevation, two etched windows with lettering: 'BASS BEERS' and 'WORTHINGTON'S ALES'. Replaced by clear glazing by 2013. SP photo 2008; Google 2014 Picture
GONE

Yorkshire East

Moors' & Robson's Breweries Ltd Hull Hull, 139 Portobello Street Zetland Arms Within a stone tympanum over the front door, lettering in relief in art deco style: 'M & R'. Google from 2012 indicates an attempt to chip off the lettering, but it is still visible. BHK photo 2009; Google 2012 Picture

Yorkshire East

Moors' & Robson's Breweries Ltd Hull Hull, 142 Witham Kings Arms (former) 'M & R' in mosaic tiled entrance porch wall (in 2002 - obscured!). In 2015, Google indicates that this is no longer a pub, and the entrances have been bricked up. CKe 2002; Google 2015 .

Yorkshire East

Hull Brewery Co Ltd (later North Country) Hull Hull, 150 Hotham Road North Barrowman (formerly Marrowbone & Cleaver) A mosaic Anchor Brewery sign on the side (Bishop Alcock Road) elevation of a 1960s estate pub. CKe 2002; BHK photo 2009 Picture

Yorkshire East

Moors' & Robson's Breweries Ltd Hull Hull, 165 Wincolmlee Whalebone On the rear elevation, facing Lincoln Street, a fine old projecting illuminated sign: 'M & R Ales'. (Note that this sign has been relocated to this pub from elsewhere.) SP photo 2008 Picture

Yorkshire East

Moors' & Robson's Breweries Ltd Hull Hull, 17 Scott Street Oak Vaults Underneath the ground floor windows, four stone panels with 'M & R' lettering. In 2009, the raised stone lettering had been chiselled-off. However, Google indicates in 2014, that the lettering on all four panels had been restored, albeit the pub was closed. BHK photo 2009; Google 2014 Picture

Yorkshire East

Hull Brewery Co Ltd (later North Country) Hull Hull, 171 Spring Bank The Tap (closed) A Victorian 'shop front' with an old fascia 'THE HULL BREWERY CO., LTD.'. Google shows that part of the Hull Brewery fascia was revealed in 2009-2010, and that in 2012, a beautiful restoration of the whole fascia had been carried out, with at least three panels of Hull Brewery lettering restored. But in 2014, the fascia had been painted over again, and the premises converted to retail. BHK photo 2009: Google 2008-2016 Picture
GONE

Yorkshire East

Bass & Co Ltd - Burton-upon-Trent, Tadcaster, etc Hull, 172 Anlaby Park Road South Schooner A postwar pub with Bass signage, including a neon-illuminated 'Bass' script sign and red triangle on the gable end, and a Bass lantern above the front door. All Bass signs removed by 2015. BHK photo 2009; Google 2015 Picture
GONE

Yorkshire East

Hull Brewery Co Ltd (later North Country) Hull Hull, 229 Spring Bank Polar Bear Two large stone panels on the corner at first floor level featuring anchors - the trademark of Hull's 'Anchor Brewery'. This pub was rebuilt in 1922 by Hull Brewery. CKe 2002; SP 2008 .

Yorkshire East

Bass & Co Ltd - Burton-upon-Trent, Tadcaster, etc Hull, 2-4 George Street Dram Shop Corner of Savile Street. Above the corner doorway at first floor level is a large 'Bass' script sign and red triangle - both formerly illuminated. SP photo 2008 Picture

Yorkshire East

Bass & Co Ltd - Burton-upon-Trent, Tadcaster, etc Hull, 27 Alfred Street Inkerman Tavern Bass 'wooden' barrel sign hanging above the door. Removed by 2008. BL 2002; SP 2008 .
GONE

Yorkshire East

Moors' & Robson's Breweries Ltd Hull Hull, 27 Alfred Street Inkerman Tavern A stone plaque over the corner entrance features the pub name in diagonal lettering, with 'M&R' beneath. Partially obscured by a modern Tetley sign, 2012-2016, but the 'M&R' is still visible. CKe 2002; SP photo 2008; Google 2012-2016 Picture

Yorkshire East

W M Darley Ltd Thorne Hull, 35 Naylors Row Blacksmiths Arms A lovely tiled panel on the corner splay: lettering 'DARLEY'S ... Symbol of GOOD ALE' around a large 'Unicorn' - the brewery's trade mark. CKe 2002; AHm photo 2016 Picture

Yorkshire East

Bass & Co Ltd - Burton-upon-Trent, Tadcaster, etc Hull, 506 Southcoates Lane Reindeer (former) High on the front gable, a large oval 'Bass' plaque with a prominent trade mark red triangle. Converted to flats by 2015, and the Bass plaque has been removed. BHK photo 2009; Google 2015 Picture
GONE

Yorkshire East

Bass & Co Ltd - Burton-upon-Trent, Tadcaster, etc Hull, 56 Witham, corner of Clarence Street Windmill Hotel Very large 'BASS' lettering on two facades.Reported removed 2006. BL 2002; CKe 2006 .
GONE

Yorkshire East

Hull Brewery Co Ltd (later North Country) Hull Hull, 580 Hessle Road Dairycotes Inn Tiled frontage including on the front elevation, a large glazed terracotta panel with 'Anchor Brewery' symbol and name. CKe photo 2002 Picture

Yorkshire East

Hewitt Brothers Ltd Grimsby Hull, 595 Spring Bank West Halfway Hotel 'HB' on rainwater head on western elevation. CKe 2002 .

Yorkshire East

Hull Brewery Co Ltd (later North Country) Hull Hull, 69 Hessle Road Alexandra Hotel Built in 1895 by local architects Smith, Brodrick & Lowther for the Hull Brewery Company, with an eye-catching tiled frontage. The brewery's 'Anchor' trademark is within the brown and cream tiled fascia above the corner entrance. CKe 2002; SP photo 2008 Picture

Yorkshire East

Bass & Co Ltd - Burton-upon-Trent, Tadcaster, etc Hull, 69 Hessle Road Alexandra Hotel On the east wall, a large 'Bass' sign in script, and a red triangle (both formerly illuminated). This sign had been removed by 2016, but other Bass signs survive. SP photo 2008; Google 2016 Picture

Yorkshire East

R H Sykes & Co Ltd Dewsbury Hull, 99 Wassand Street Wassand Arms Good tiled fascia with the pub name, plus 'SPIRITS' and 'ALES'. Within the tympanums over the doors on each elevation, is the shadow of 'SYKES' lettering, chipped off. CKe 2002 .

Yorkshire East

Bass & Co Ltd - Burton-upon-Trent, Tadcaster, etc Hull, Alfred Gelder Street City Hotel Bass 'wooden' barrel sign hanging above the door. Reported removed 2006. BL 2002; CKe 2006 .
GONE

Yorkshire East

Hull Brewery Co Ltd (1989-2001 company) Hull Hull, Caroline Street Rose Tavern (demolished) Etched windows - 'HULL BREWERY'. Reported demolished August 2004 in the local CAMRA magazine. SP 2004; CAMRA 2004 .
GONE

Yorkshire East

Moors' & Robson's Breweries Ltd Hull Hull, Clarence Street Red Lion In a rectangular stone panel above the side door (East Street), a central crown in relief (brewery trade mark); in each corner, incised lettering: 'M ... R ... 19 ... 39'. Also, M & R' on cast iron rainwater heads. The front elevation has been displaying 'HULL BREWERY' lettering since at least 2008. CKe 2002; Google 2008-2016 .

Yorkshire East

Moors' & Robson's Breweries Ltd Hull Hull, Francis Street Moors' & Robson's Brewery Offices (former) The brick and terracotta offices survive at the West end of Francis Street. On the top pediment of the building is a large stone crown - the brewery trade mark - and beneath this are the remains of lettering 'M & R'. Lower down is a small stone plaque with an 'M&R' monogram. SP photo 2008 Picture

Yorkshire East

Moors' & Robson's Breweries Ltd Hull Hull, Lombard Street Yorkshireman (formerly the Royal Oak) 'M&R' on rainwater heads and ironwork over the doors. Modern 'Bass' lettering on the fascia was removed by 2012. CKe 2002; Google 2009; WRB 2011; Google 2012 .

Yorkshire East

Minerva Brewery Hull Hull, Nelson Street Minerva Brewery (former) The Minerva microbrewery operated in two spells between 1985 and 1998. The brewery has now been removed and its space converted to a bar, but the lettering 'THE MINERVA BREWERY' in corporate 'Allied' style survives on the exterior. SP photo 2008 Picture

Yorkshire East

Hull Brewery Co Ltd (later North Country) Hull Hull, Queen Victoria Square Punch Hotel Terracotta plaque with Hull Brewery 'Coat of Arms' on eastern elevation. CKe 2002 .

Yorkshire East

Hull Brewery Co Ltd (later North Country) Hull Hull, Silvester Street Hull Brewery (former) The remaining buildings have been converted to other uses. The brewery bridge survives over a now private street, with lettering: 'THE HULL BREWERY COMPANY LIMITED' and four examples of the brewery's 'Anchor' trademark. SP photo 2008 Picture

Yorkshire East

Moors' & Robson's Breweries Ltd Hull Hull, Sutton Road,opposite Lambwath Road Lambwath On the rear elevation is a large rectangular stone panel with 'M&R' monogram. Above three doors - one on the front and two on the east elevation, within elaborate art deco style arches, remains of further 'M & R' lettering. CKe 2002; BHK photo 2009 Picture

Yorkshire East

William Stones Ltd Sheffield Leven, 44 South Street New Inn A plaque on the front elevation, next to the portico entrance, with 'STONES BEST BITTER', 'Wm STONES BREWERY ... SHEFFIELD YORKSHIRE' and the 'Cannon' trademark. BHK photo 2009; Google 2009 Picture

Yorkshire East

Hull Brewery Co Ltd (later North Country) Hull Market Weighton, 39 High Street Half Moon The iron gates feature two examples of the brewery's 'anchor' trademark, plus 'half-moon' motifs. BHK photo 2009 Picture

Yorkshire East

North Country Breweries (formerly Hull) Hull Withernsea, 90 Queen Street Alexandra The hanging sign features 'North Country Breweries' lettering. The hanging sign had been removed by 2011. ICh photo 2005; Google 2011 Picture
GONE

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