Arnold, Perrett & Co. Ltd

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Arnold, Perrett & Co. Ltd, High Street and Station Road, Wickwar, Gloucestershire

Listed in 1800 as Thomas Arnold and in 1876 Thomas Halsey became a partner, trading as Arnold & Halsey.

A new brewery was built to replace 34 High Street.

Registered June 1886 to acquire Arnold & Co. and E & B Trimmer of Gloucester as Arnold & Co. Ltd. Name changed as above 1887 when H & A Perrett of Wotton-under-Edge was acquired with 325 tied houses.

Forty public houses sold to Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Ltd. 1917.

In 1918 John Arnold & Sons were selling a 12 qtr cast-iron mash tun, chilling plant and 55 barrel copper due to the disposal of the High Street Brewery. Arnold Brothers brewery on High Street was a separate concern taken over by Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Ltd.

Arnold, Perrett at Station Road was taken over by the Cheltenham Original Brewery Co. Ltd in 1924 and brewing ceased. The premises were then used as a cider factory until about 1970.

Buildings are extant. Partially occupied by Wickwar Brewing Co.

An assortment of views of the brewery.

Entry in the Trade Mark Registry

Registration No  : 36,913

Description  : "W" in interlocked square
Date of Application  : 16/4/1884
Used Prior to 1870?  : NO

Registration No  : 46,788
Description  : Words "Wickwar
Date of Application  : 11/8/1885

Used Prior to 1870?  : 20 years