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Revision as of 11:42, 29 June 2018

Messrs. Watney, Combe, Reid & Co. Ltd., New Tun Room, Mortlake, London. Brewers' Journal 15th February 1902
The Mortlake Brewery Staff circa 1920.

Phillips, More & Co. Ltd, Mortlake Brewery, 14 Mortlake High Street, London SW14.

Founded at the near-by Manor House in the 15th Century.

Acquired by Charles James Phillips in the 1840s.

Registered June 1888 as More & Co. Ltd.

Acquired by Watney & Co. Ltd. in 1889 and renamed the Stag Brewery in 1959 after the closure of Watney’s Stag Brewery, Westminster.

Acquired by Grand Metropolitan Hotels in 1972 and was merged with Truman, Hanbury & Buxton in 1974.

After further changes of ownership (Elders XL 1990,Courage brewing 1991, ABInBev 2002) it is scheduled to be closed in 2014.


An assortment of views of the brewery


A view of the brewery site, March 2018. Courtesy Evelyn & Paul Williams