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<big>''' Hurdle & Wyleman, ''' '' Anchor Brewery, and at Hertford , Abridge , Essex .''</big>
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<big>'''Hurdle & Wyleman, '''''Anchor Brewery, and at Hertford, Abridge, Essex.''</big>
  
 
Listed as William Willett 1870 and was acquired by [[Percy Hargreaves & Co]] 1880.  
 
Listed as William Willett 1870 and was acquired by [[Percy Hargreaves & Co]] 1880.  
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<big>''' Hurdle & Co, ''' '' Eagle Brewery, Sun Street , Waltham Abbey , Essex .''</big>
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<big>'''Hurdle & Co, '''''Eagle Brewery, Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, Essex.''</big>
  
 
Founded c.1855 by W.R.Clark. Closed c.1887 and brewery sold to [[Percy Hargreaves & Co]] of Abridge who used it as a depot.  
 
Founded c.1855 by W.R.Clark. Closed c.1887 and brewery sold to [[Percy Hargreaves & Co]] of Abridge who used it as a depot.  
  
 
Acquired by [[McMullen & Sons Ltd]]. 1898.
 
Acquired by [[McMullen & Sons Ltd]]. 1898.
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'''An assortment of images of the Abridge brewery'''
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<gallery>
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Abridge pub.jpg 
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Abridge Offices 1986.jpg|The brewery in 1986
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Abridge Essex bb.jpg 
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Abridge Essex aa.jpg
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Abridge 1986.jpg|The brewery in 1986
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</gallery>

Revision as of 12:53, 10 August 2015

Hurdle & Wyleman, Anchor Brewery, and at Hertford, Abridge, Essex.

Listed as William Willett 1870 and was acquired by Percy Hargreaves & Co 1880.

By 1897 known as Hurdle & Wyleman and the Abridge Brewery Company from 1900. Acquired by Whitbread & Co. Ltd. 12th December 1898 with 32 public houses and was used as a depot until November 1922.

Much of the brewery buildings and adjacent malthouse still in existence.


Hurdle & Co, Eagle Brewery, Sun Street, Waltham Abbey, Essex.

Founded c.1855 by W.R.Clark. Closed c.1887 and brewery sold to Percy Hargreaves & Co of Abridge who used it as a depot.

Acquired by McMullen & Sons Ltd. 1898.


An assortment of images of the Abridge brewery