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<big>''' Bent's Brewery Co. Ltd, ''' '' New Brewery, 30 Johnson Street and Stone, Staffordshire , Liverpool, City Centre , Merseyside .''</big>
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[[Image:Bents Liverpool.jpg|thumb|Liverpool letterhead 1951]]
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[[Image:Bents 3.jpg|thumb|The Liverpool Brewery in the 1960s]]
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[[Image:Bents 1.jpg|thumb|An advert from the 1950s]]
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[[File:LiverpoolGoreeWarehouses.jpg|thumb|Liverpool Goree Warehouses. Image courtesy Liverpool Library Archives]]
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[[File:StaffsStoneFalcon27_SP_March16.jpg|thumb|The former Falcon Hotel, Stone]]
  
Founded c.1823.  
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<big>'''Bent's Brewery Co. Ltd''', ''New Brewery, 30 Johnson Street, Liverpool City Centre, Merseyside.''</big>
  
Registered July 1889 to acquire R.Bent & Co and Montgomery's Brewery, Stone.
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Also:
  
Acquired by [[Bass Charrington]] 1967 with 514 public houses.
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<big>'''Bent's Brewery Co. Ltd''', ''Mount Street, Stone,Staffordshire''</big> (see [[Montgomery & Co]])
  
Brewing ceased March 1975.
 
  
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Richard Bent was brewing in Scotland Road by 1810. He moved to the above address in about 1840.
  
<big>''' Bent's Brewery Co. Ltd, ''' '' , Stone , Staffordshire .''</big>
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Registered in July 1889 to acquire R Bent & Co and [[Montgomery & Co]]’s Brewery, Stone.
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Acquired by [[Bass Charrington Ltd]] in 1967 with 514 public houses.
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Brewing ceased March 1975.
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* '''[[List of Bent's Brewery Co Ltd pubs]]'''
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* '''[[History of Bent's and Montgomery's Breweries, Stone]]'''
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'''An assortment of images of the breweries'''
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<gallery>
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File:Bents ad 1939.jpg|An advert from 1939
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Image:Bents 2.jpg|A selection of labels
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Bents Stone 1900.jpg|The Stone brewery in 1900
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Montgomery then Bents Stone.jpg|Stone
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Bents Falcon Stone 1973.jpg|The Stone brewery in 1973
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Stone Bents.jpg|Stone
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Stone Bents F4809.jpg|Stone
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Stone Bents 1993.jpg|Stone
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Stone Bents 1993 aa.jpg|Stone
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File:Bents RD zx (1).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (10).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (11).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (12).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (13).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (14).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (15).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (16).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (2).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (3).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (4).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (5).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (6).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (7).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (8).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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File:Bents RD zx (9).jpg |Courtesy Roy Denison
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</gallery>
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'''A former pub in Wrexham still records Bent's name:'''
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<gallery>
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File:Wrexham Oct 2013 (46).JPG
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File:Wrexham Oct 2013 (44).JPG
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File:Wrexham Oct 2013 (45).JPG
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</gallery>
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[[category:Merseyside]]
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[[category:Staffordshire]]

Latest revision as of 16:32, 14 May 2020

Liverpool letterhead 1951
The Liverpool Brewery in the 1960s
An advert from the 1950s
Liverpool Goree Warehouses. Image courtesy Liverpool Library Archives
The former Falcon Hotel, Stone

Bent's Brewery Co. Ltd, New Brewery, 30 Johnson Street, Liverpool City Centre, Merseyside.

Also:

Bent's Brewery Co. Ltd, Mount Street, Stone,Staffordshire (see Montgomery & Co)


Richard Bent was brewing in Scotland Road by 1810. He moved to the above address in about 1840.

Registered in July 1889 to acquire R Bent & Co and Montgomery & Co’s Brewery, Stone.

Acquired by Bass Charrington Ltd in 1967 with 514 public houses.

Brewing ceased March 1975.


An assortment of images of the breweries


A former pub in Wrexham still records Bent's name: