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[[File:AndoverHammansBry_Ca1905.jpg|thumb|The brewery in about 1905: image courtesy www.basingstokegazette.co.uk]]
<big>'''H C Hammans, ''' '' East Street, Andover, Hampshire.''</big>
 
  
Variously known as East Street Brewery or Town Steam Brewery. Henry Hammans listed from 1869 to 1911.  
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<big>'''H C Hammans''', ''East Street, Andover, Hampshire.''</big>
  
Acquired by [[Strong & Co Ltd]]. October 1919.
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Variously known as East Street Brewery or Town Steam Brewery. Henry Hammans came to Andover in the 1860s and joined the pre-existing Colcock's Brewery in 1869, eventually becoming the sole owner. When he died in 1901, his son ran the brewery until 1919.  
  
'''[[List of H C Hammans pubs]]'''
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Acquired by [[Strong & Co Ltd]] in October 1919. The site than became first a chicken hatchery, and then the premises of the Andover Family Laundry before demolition in the 1960s.
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* '''[[List of H C Hammans pubs]]'''
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:00, 10 December 2020

The brewery in about 1905: image courtesy www.basingstokegazette.co.uk

H C Hammans, East Street, Andover, Hampshire.

Variously known as East Street Brewery or Town Steam Brewery. Henry Hammans came to Andover in the 1860s and joined the pre-existing Colcock's Brewery in 1869, eventually becoming the sole owner. When he died in 1901, his son ran the brewery until 1919.

Acquired by Strong & Co Ltd in October 1919. The site than became first a chicken hatchery, and then the premises of the Andover Family Laundry before demolition in the 1960s.