List of Brewers in Burton 1880 - 1898

Below is list of the many Brewers who were located in Burton at the end of the 19th Century. If anyone has any pictures of the more obscure breweries please get in touch. Only Bass, Marstons and the Burton Bridge Brewery are all that remains today.

Samuel Allsopp & Sons
Bass Ratcliff & Gretton
John Bell & Co.
Biindley & Co.
Henry Boddington & Co.
Bowler Bros.(Anchor Brewery, New St.)
Burton Brewery Co.
Carter Victoria Brewery, Victoria St.
Charrington Head & Co, Lichfield St.
Clayton & Co, William St.
Cliff & Co. Broadway St.
Cooper & Co, Cresent Brewery
Edwin Dawson & Co, Moor St.
Richard A. Eddie, Horninglow.
James Eadie, Cross St.
Sydney Evershed, Bank Square.Brewers in Burton 1880

Green & Clarkson, Midland Brewery, Victoria St.
Frederick Heap, Victoria St.
Frederick C Hill, Lichfield St.
Ind Coope & Co, Station St.
Mann Crossman & Co, Shobnall Rd.
J.H. Marston & Sons, Horninglow.
Robinson & Co, Union St.
Pegge & Co, Bridge St.
James Porter & Sons, Dale St.
Robinson & Co, Union St.
Thomas Salt & Co, High St.
John Thompson & Son, Horninglow St.
Truman, Hanbury Buxton & Co, Derby St.
A.B. Walker & Co. Shobnall Rd.
Worthington & Co, High St.

Additional Brewers in 1898

Beard Hill & Co, Lichfield St.
Burton & Lincoln Brewery, Moor St.
Trent Brewery Co, Kimmersitch St.
Peter Walker Trustees, Clarence St.(now Anglesey Rd.)

Bass No 1 BreweryInd Coope Brewery

Worthingtons Brewery

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