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The word "Bavarian" was dropped from the title during the First World War. Trading ceased 1921 and estate sold to [[Cheltenham Original Brewery Co. Ltd]]. and [[Arnold, Perrett & Co. Ltd]].  
 
The word "Bavarian" was dropped from the title during the First World War. Trading ceased 1921 and estate sold to [[Cheltenham Original Brewery Co. Ltd]]. and [[Arnold, Perrett & Co. Ltd]].  
  
Recommenced on a smaller scale in 1935 to supply the domestic trade and finally ceased in September 1939. Buildings now used as a trading estate.
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Recommenced on a smaller scale in 1935 to supply the domestic trade and finally ceased in September 1939.  
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Buildings now used as a trading estate.
  
  
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{{Trade Mark 2 |regno = 85,049|desc=Label design with Griffin|date=15/1/1889|seventy=NO
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|regno2 = 558,342|desc2=Beer Labels|date2=27/02/1935|seventy2=NO}}

Revision as of 12:42, 11 October 2015

Anglo Bavarian Shepton Mallet.jpg

Anglo-Bavarian Brewery Co. Ltd, Wells Road, Shepton Mallet, Somerset.

Erected 1864 as the Shepton Mallet Pale Ale Brewery by William Clarke of the Red Lion Brewery in Town Street. Bought by Garton & Co. of Southampton 1870 for use a reserve brewery.

The word "Bavarian" was dropped from the title during the First World War. Trading ceased 1921 and estate sold to Cheltenham Original Brewery Co. Ltd. and Arnold, Perrett & Co. Ltd.

Recommenced on a smaller scale in 1935 to supply the domestic trade and finally ceased in September 1939.

Buildings now used as a trading estate.


An assortment of images of the brewery

Entry in the Trade Mark Registry

Registration No  : 85,049

Description  : Label design with Griffin
Date of Application  : 15/1/1889
Used Prior to 1870?  : NO


Registration No  : 558,342
Description  : Beer Labels
Date of Application  : 27/02/1935

Used Prior to 1870?  : NO