Harman's Uxbridge Brewery Ltd

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This image is from the George Formby 1943 film 'Get Cracking' (image courtesy www.reelstreets.com). The film was made at Denham Studios, north of Uxbridge. Can anyone identify the pub location?
This image is from the Boulting Brothers film 'I'm All Right Jack' (1959), which was made at Shepperton Studios, not far from Harman’s brewery. The Industry Inn in Yeading still survives, but now operates as 'Aroma'.

Harman's Uxbridge Brewery Ltd, Old Brewery, 180 High Street, Uxbridge, Middlesex

(London Borough of Hillingdon)

Founded in about 1730. In 1914 S.R.Conron & Co acquired an interest. Registered September 1924 to acquire exors of S R Conron, Hornchurch, and Alice F Webb, Uxbridge, carried on as Harman & Co.

Hornchurch sold to Mann, Crossman & Paulin Ltd in 1925.

Acquired by Courage, Barclay & Simonds Ltd. 1962 with 83 tied houses and 5 off-licences.

Brewing ceased March 1964.

List of Harman's Uxbridge Brewery Ltd pubs

An assortment of images of the brewery

An assortment of labels illustrating their products