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  • Heritage Explorer - Images By Theme
    ViewFinder Henry Lovibond Sons Brewers Greenwich London click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This picture which was used for promotional purposes shows the brewery that Henry Lovibond had built in the grounds of his house The Hermitage in 1867 From left to right is the copper house the brew house tower with its high level liquor tank and the

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    return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This brewery was built in 1873 for William Butler as a self contained site with maltings brewhouse stables and offices In Brewing barley malt is crushed to make a substance called grist This is then mixed with hot water in a mash tun like those pictured to convert the starch into malt sugars This liquid known

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    Historic England Heritage Gateway Images of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Paines Brewery St Neots Cambridgeshire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This brewery was constructed in 1906 and replaced an earlier one which burnt down The enormous brewing barrels pass through the floor allowing access to the tops of the vats from the first floor as this picture shows

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    ViewFinder Cask Drop Fremlins Brewery Faversham Kent click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A brewery was founded on this site in the 18th century but all of the buildings still in existence by the time it was demolished in 1995 are Victorian This picture shows the cask drop where barrels were rolled into the underground storage areas from the

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    theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A view of Mortlake Brewery with the chimney stack and stables in the foreground By the mid 19th century Mortlake Brewery had passed through several hands when in 1852 it was aquired by a partnership of John Philips and James Wigan They continued to expand the business until the brewery was the largest employer of labour in the district Watney

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    NMR ViewFinder Brewhouse Ashby Hall Ashby St Mary Norfolk click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Before reliable sources of drinking water were available many country houses brewed their own beer as the normal drink for their large staff The ready availability of cheap beer and other bottled drinks in the late 19th century led many country houses to stop

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    Images Historic England Heritage Gateway Images of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Morrells Brewery St Thomas Street Oxford Oxfordshire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Looking up the Whareham Stream a backwater of the Thames toward the water wheel of the brewery in St Thomas Street established in the 18th century on a site used for brewing since the 16th

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    Brewery was built in 1875 Marston s Brewery makes use of water from the famous Burton Well reputedly discovered by Benedictine monks in the 13th century The building was designed by W S T Martin of Nottingham Read official list description Add to My Favourites Lorna Freeman Source English Heritage NMR Former Carlisle Brewery Bridge Street Carlisle Atkinson and Son brewery opened in 1756 The present buildings were largely built by Sir Richard Hodgson in the 19th century He owned the brewery until 1916 At that time it became the brewery for the government s Liquor Control Board later the Carlisle and District State Management Scheme During World War 1 the government wanted to control drunkenness so that workers would produce more goods An experiment was tried in the Carlisle area The only beer to be served was that brewed by the local government owned brewery This was brewed at a reduced level of alcohol The brewery was owned by the government until 1971 and sold to Theakston s in 1974 It closed in 1987 After it had stood derelict for some years a large part of the brewery was demolished and the rest became apartments Read official list description Add to My Favourites Mr John Turner Source English Heritage NMR Former Tower Brewery Langthorpe North Yorkshire This Tower brewery was built in 1856 for Warwick s Anchor Brewery This is an early example of the brewing process developed in the 1860s in which beer production took place in successive stages on different floor levels of a tall brewhouse Water was pumped to the top by steam power and the liquor passed down through various stages by gravity Read official list description Download the Steam Power Teacher s Kit to find out more Add to My Favourites Mr David Robson Source English Heritage NMR John Smiths Brewery Tadcaster North Yorkshire This brewery complex was built in 1883 by the architects Scammell Collier of Leeds It cost 150 000 It is an excellent example of a large scale Victorian tower brewery Tadcaster once had 4 breweries Brewing on a large scale began in the 1880s It flourished here because of the lime rich spring water It was excellent for making a light bitter beer Read official list description Add to My Favourites Mr Richard Summers Source English Heritage NMR Three Tuns Brewery Bishops Castle Shropshire These brewery buildings date from around 1888 They are a rare survival of a working small rural brewery The brewery itself is older A brewing licence was first granted on this site in 1642 Read official list description Add to My Favourites Reproduced by permission of English Heritage NMR Horse Shoe Brewery 268 Tottenham Court Road Holborn Greater London A view looking across Tottenham Court Road towards the Horse Shoe Brewery premises of Meux s Brewery Company Limited The Horse Shoe Brewery was the source of the 1814 London Beer Flood when a huge vat within the brewery failed resulting in over 323 000 imperial gallons

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