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A copy of the weather vane from the brewery roof is on top of the local hotel.
 
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'''[[200 Years of Brewing at Wateringbury]]'''
 
'''[[200 Years of Brewing at Wateringbury]]'''

Latest revision as of 13:42, 4 November 2019

Courtesy Roy Denison
Courtesy Mike Tighe
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Frederick Leney & Sons Ltd, Phoenix Brewery, Wateringbury, Kent.

Owned by the Crow family by at least 1821. Leased to Charles Leney in 1838 and then Augustus Leney in 1873.

Registered 1895 with 156 houses.

Acquired by Whitbread & Co. Ltd. 1927 and houses were sold to Fremlins Ltd. in 1961.

Closed 1982. Brewery demolished and is now a housing estate.

A copy of the weather vane from the brewery roof is on top of the local hotel.

List of Frederick Leney & Sons Ltd pubs

200 Years of Brewing at Wateringbury

Frederick Leney & Sons - an essay


An assortment of images of the brewery

An assortment of labels showing the products of the brewery.