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[[File:Wrexham Oct 2013 (53).jpg|thumb|From a pub in Wrexham. This is modern signage from the new Joule's Brewery]]
 
[[File:Wrexham Oct 2013 (53).jpg|thumb|From a pub in Wrexham. This is modern signage from the new Joule's Brewery]]
 
[[File:JoulesOnPotteriesBus_SP_June18.jpg|thumb|On a Potteries bus]]
 
[[File:JoulesOnPotteriesBus_SP_June18.jpg|thumb|On a Potteries bus]]
 
 
<big>'''John Joule & Sons Ltd''', ''High Street, Stone, Staffordshire.''</big>
 
<big>'''John Joule & Sons Ltd''', ''High Street, Stone, Staffordshire.''</big>
  
Founded 1780. Acquired by [[Harding & Parrington Ltd]] of Liverpool 1873. Registered December 1898.  
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Founded by 1780. Acquired by [[Harding & Parrington Ltd]] of Liverpool 1873. Registered December 1898.  
  
 
Acquired by [[Bass Charrington Ltd]] in 1968 with 214 tied houses. Brewing ceased September 1972.  
 
Acquired by [[Bass Charrington Ltd]] in 1968 with 214 tied houses. Brewing ceased September 1972.  
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* '''[[List of John Joule & Sons Ltd. pubs]]'''
 
* '''[[List of John Joule & Sons Ltd. pubs]]'''
  
* '''[[John Joule & Sons - An Essay]]'''
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* '''[[Joule & Sons - An Essay]]'''
  
 
* '''[[New Tank Beer Room at Joules]]'''
 
* '''[[New Tank Beer Room at Joules]]'''

Revision as of 14:09, 26 March 2020

Their entry in the Trade Mark Directory
A letterhead from 1940
Joules Ads aa.jpg
Joules Ads bb.jpg
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At Churnet Valley Railway
An advert from 1907
From a pub in Wrexham. This is modern signage from the new Joule's Brewery
From a pub in Wrexham. This is modern signage from the new Joule's Brewery
On a Potteries bus

John Joule & Sons Ltd, High Street, Stone, Staffordshire.

Founded by 1780. Acquired by Harding & Parrington Ltd of Liverpool 1873. Registered December 1898.

Acquired by Bass Charrington Ltd in 1968 with 214 tied houses. Brewing ceased September 1972.

Brewery mainly demolished but bottling stores still standing.



From Alfred Barnards Noted Breweries of Great Britain and Ireland Volume 1, 1882.


A selection of images of the brewery.


The brewery in 2006. Courtesy Tony Beattie.


The brewery in 2007. Courtesy Steve Peck.


The brewery in 2013. Courtesy Ken Smith.


The brewery clock now relocated in the town centre. Courtesy Steve Peck 2016.

Entry in the Trade Mark Registry

Registration No  : 21,460/4

Description  : A Greek cross
Date of Application  : 7/11/1879
Used Prior to 1870?  : 17 years


Registration No  : 74,764
Description  : Words "Stone Ale"
Date of Application  : 7/4/1888

Used Prior to 1870?  : 27 years