Godsell & Sons Ltd

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In the Old Spot Dursley. Photo: Stephen R Harris
The former New Pilot Inn, Gloucester

Godsell & Sons Ltd, Salmon's Spring Brewery, Painswick Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire.

Thomas Godsell reported to have converted his flour mill into a brewery in 1850. In July 1852 dissolved a partnership with Daniel at the Badbrook Brewery. Registered 1905.

Acquired by the Stroud Brewery Co. Ltd in 1928. Brewery demolished 1936 and a mineral water factory and bottling plant was built on the site. The maltings are still extant.

Godsell & Sons' Burton Brewery, 21 St James Square, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

The Burge family brewed here until arund 1887 when Godsells acquired the lease. Though they were listed to 1906, this was presumably as a depot.

Images of the brewery and maltings

Images courtesy Roy Denison and Judy Godsell

Entry in the Trade Mark Registry

Registration No : 88,175
Description : Label design with arm & spade
Date of Application : 22/3/1889
Used Prior to 1875? : NO