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[[File:Melbourn ad 1902.jpg|thumb]An advert from 1902 [[File:Melbourn ad 1954.jpg|thumb]An advert from 1954


Melbourn Brothers Ltd, All Saints Brewery, 21 All Saints Street, Stamford, Lincolnshire.

Founded 1825 and was acquired by Melbourn Brothers in 1869.

Brewing ceased 1974 and their 32 tied houses were supplied by Samuel Smith Ltd. until sold to J.W.Cameron & Co. Ltd. 1987.

Part of the brewery is now a working museum.

Brewing has been re-established; the brewery produces the Sam Smith fruit beer brands.


List of Melbourn Brothers pubs


An assortment of images of the brewery