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<big>'''Morrell's Brewery Ltd''', ''Lion Brewery, St Thomas Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire''</big>
 
<big>'''Morrell's Brewery Ltd''', ''Lion Brewery, St Thomas Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire''</big>

Revision as of 19:29, 30 May 2020

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Morrell's Brewery Ltd, Lion Brewery, St Thomas Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Mark and James Morrell joined Edward Tawney's firm in 1797 and carried on after his retirement the next year. Registered April 1943 to acquire the business from Morrell's trustees.

Brewing ceased in 1998 and site developed into housing. Mainly demolished for houses.

The estate of 107 became a pubco and was sold to Greene King & Sons Ltd in 2002.


Images of the brewery


The brewery in 1990


The brewery in 1994


During the conversion of the brewery in 2002. Courtesy Roy Denison


The brewery gates in 2018


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