List of Boardman's United Breweries Ltd Pubs

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Boardman's United Breweries Ltd

  • 1. Lane Ends Inn, Ley Lane, Marple. Tetley’s since 1950.
  • 2. Star Inn, Rochdale Rd., Manchester. Closed 1907.
  • 3. Morning Star, Canning St., Manchester 1920’s.
  • 4. Church Inn, South Porter St., Manchester 1937.
  • 5. Friendship Inn, Bradford Rd., Manchester 1934.
  • 6. Manchester Arms, Lord St., Manchester 1944.
  • 7. Coach & Horses, Canning St., Manchester 1921.
  • 8. Queen Victoria, Canning St., Manchester - Became Tetley’s.
  • 9. Sailor’s Home, Tame St., Manchester - Closed 1906.
  • 10. Crime View Inn, Woodhouses, Ashton. Became Tetley’s 1950.
  • 11. Thatched Tavern, Stanhope St., Reddish. Became Tetley's 1950
  • 12. Old White Lion, Ct. Jackson St., Manchester. Became Tetley 1950
  • 13. Greyhound, Deansgate, Bolton. Ex — Atkinson’s.
  • 14. Anchor, off Bradshawgate, Bolton. Ex — Atkinson’s.
  • 15. Griffin, Ct. Moor St., Bolton. Ex — Atkinson’s.
  • 16. Fox Tavern, Bury St., Salford.
  • 17. Britannia, Blackley, Manchester.
  • 18. Wilton Arms, Blackley, Manchester,
  • 19. Finch Tavern, Camp St.,
  • 20. Bridge Inn, Droylesden Rd., Manchester.
  • 21. Exile of Erin, off Shudehill, Manchester
  • 22. British Volunteer, Stockport Rd., Cheadle.
  • 23. Buck Inn, Green Lane, Ashton on Mersey.
  • 24. Queen Adelaide, Stockport Rd., Hyde.
  • 25. Woodman Inn, George St., Hyde.
  • 26. Lord Nelson, Oak St., Newton Heath, Manchester. Ex— Rothwell’s Russell
  • 27. Brown Cow, New Rd., Failsworth. Lx — Rothwell’s Russell St. Brewery.
  • 28. Brunswick Inn, Temple St., Manchester. Closed 1946.
  • 29. Old Ship Inn, Wellington Rd., Ashton. “ 1952.
  • 30. Lane Ends Inn, Ludworth nr. Glossop.
  • 31. Cotton Tree Inn, Bolton.
  • 32. Tiger Inn, Watercotes, Macclesfield.
  • 33. Ash Tree, Manchester Rd., Butley, Cheshire. Owned in 1905.
  • 34. George, Stamford St., Mossley. Later Cornbrook Brewery’s.
  • 35. Grapes Inn, Wee , Salford.
  • 36. George Hotel, High St., New Mills. Later Cornbrook Brewery’s.
  • 37. New Crown Inn, Great Jackson St., Hulme.

BOARDMAN ‘S UNITED BREWERIES, MANCHESTER, BOLTON & BRADFORD. After absorbing the breweries and tied houses of J.O. & J. Wood, Greenwood Brothers’ and the Crown Brewery, Boardman‘s continued to operate in Bradford: -

  • 1) Union Society Arms. Eccleshill. Bradford. Oct. 1897.
  • 2) Worth Valley Hotel, Groves Hill, Bingley
  • 3) Hare & Hounds, Bankfoot / White Lane, Wibsey
  • 4) White Hart, Hightown, Liversedge, Nov. 1897.
  • 5) Peacock, York St., Langfield, Todmorden, March 1898. Ex- William Baxter, Halingden Brewer:
  • 6) Leased the eacock to the Cornbrook Brewery Co., March 1899.
  • 7) Sold the Bay Horse and the Crown, both at Cononley, Dec. 1907.
  • 8) The Garibaldi, Shiley, Dec. 1907.
  • 9) The Duke of Edinburgh (de—licensed), March 1908.
  • 10) The Old Arm Chair (de—licensed), March 1908.
  • 11) White Bear Inn, Lumb Lane, Bradford, Nov. 1911.
  • 12) Bowling Green Hotel, Shearbridge Rd., Bradford, Nov. 1911.
  • 13) New Inn, Windhill, Idle, Nov. 1911.
  • 14) Black Bull, Berry Brow, Almondbury, Nov. 1911.
  • 15) Virginia Tavern, Rushton Rd., Calverley, Nov. 1911.
  • 16) Woolstaplers Inn, Lee St. / Thornton Rd., Bradford, Nov. 1911.
  • 17) Navigation Tavern, Station Rd., Mirfield, Nov. 1911.
  • 18) Park Road Inn, Park Rd., Horton, Bradford, Nov. 1911.
  • 19) Sold the White Hart ( formerly George ), Idle, March 1913.

Yorkshire properties sold to B.Y.B.

  • 20) Royal Oak, Bridge Street, Otley.
  • 21) Rose & Crown, Otley.
  • 22) New Inn + brew house, Sowerby Bridge.
  • 23) Sportsman Inn, Northowrarn.
  • 24) Engineer Inn, Leeds Rd., Windhill, Bradford. Closed in 1907.