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<big>'''Carr & Quick Ltd, '''''West of England Brewery, 15 Queen Street, Exeter, Devon.''</big>
 
<big>'''Carr & Quick Ltd, '''''West of England Brewery, 15 Queen Street, Exeter, Devon.''</big>
  
 
In 1870, Benjamin Faville Carr built a brewery in Okehampton Street and was joined in a partnership by Mr Quick. Incorporated in 1890. In 1909, acquired the West of England Brewery and 7 pubs from W H Morton and thought to have moved their operation there.  
 
In 1870, Benjamin Faville Carr built a brewery in Okehampton Street and was joined in a partnership by Mr Quick. Incorporated in 1890. In 1909, acquired the West of England Brewery and 7 pubs from W H Morton and thought to have moved their operation there.  
  
In 1927, ceased brewing although continued as bottlers in Paul Street until acquired by [[Bass]] in 1939.
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In 1927, ceased brewing although continued as bottlers in Paul Street until acquired by [[Bass, Ratcliff & Gretton Ltd]] in 1939.

Revision as of 16:44, 5 August 2014

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Carr & Quick Ltd, West of England Brewery, 15 Queen Street, Exeter, Devon.

In 1870, Benjamin Faville Carr built a brewery in Okehampton Street and was joined in a partnership by Mr Quick. Incorporated in 1890. In 1909, acquired the West of England Brewery and 7 pubs from W H Morton and thought to have moved their operation there.

In 1927, ceased brewing although continued as bottlers in Paul Street until acquired by Bass, Ratcliff & Gretton Ltd in 1939.