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Founded c.1715. Merged with [[Joseph Watkins & Co]]. 1904 to form Watkins, Jameson Pim & Co. Ltd.
 
Founded c.1715. Merged with [[Joseph Watkins & Co]]. 1904 to form Watkins, Jameson Pim & Co. Ltd.
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'''From the Brewery History society Journal Number 91'''
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Founded in 1715 it was a combination of two families, the distiller Jameson and the Ringsand brewer James Pim.
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A successful porter brewery with a capacity of 200,000 barrels a year, trading both at home and abroad through their own agencies.
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The brewery closed in 1910.
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{{Trade Mark 3 |regno = 32,930|desc=Sailing ship|date=6/7/1883|seventy=NO|
 
{{Trade Mark 3 |regno = 32,930|desc=Sailing ship|date=6/7/1883|seventy=NO|

Latest revision as of 17:05, 14 July 2019

The brewery features in The Noted Breweries of Great Britain and Ireland by Alfred Barnard published 1890

Jameson, Pim & Co, 25 Anne Street North, Dublin, Ireland.

Founded c.1715. Merged with Joseph Watkins & Co. 1904 to form Watkins, Jameson Pim & Co. Ltd.


From the Brewery History society Journal Number 91

Founded in 1715 it was a combination of two families, the distiller Jameson and the Ringsand brewer James Pim.

A successful porter brewery with a capacity of 200,000 barrels a year, trading both at home and abroad through their own agencies.

The brewery closed in 1910.


Entry in the Trade Mark Registry

Registration No  : 32,930

Description  : Sailing ship
Date of Application  : 6/7/1883
Used Prior to 1870?  : NO


Registration No  : 285,305
Description  : Label designs
Date of Application  : 11/08/1906
Used Prior to 1870?  : NO


Registration No  : 285,306/7
Description  : Label designs
Date of Application  : 08/11/1906

Used Prior to 1870?  : NO