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Latest revision as of 22:37, 14 June 2019

Messrs. Phipps & Co.Ltd., Extensions to the brewery, Northampton. Brewers’ Journal 15th April 1905
Towcester phipps ad.jpg
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Former Scotgate Inn, Stamford
Former Scotgate Inn, Stamford
Letter 1938
Phipps Northampton.jpg
Watney 1968
Watney Northampton.jpg

Phipps Brewery Ltd, 122 Bridge Street, Northampton, Northamptonshire.

Founded 1801 at Towcester by Pickering Phipps.

Brewing began at Northampton in 1817. New brewery built at Towcester 1874 and remained in use until c.1905.

Registered September 1881 as Pickering Phipps & Co (Northampton & Towcester Breweries) Ltd.

In 1899, they acquired the neighbouring Ratliffe & Jeffery Ltd brewery with 135 tied houses.

In 1939 became P Phipps & Co.Ltd.

After the merger with the Northampton Brewery Co. Ltd. in 1957 became Phipps Northampton Brewery Co. Ltd.

Acquired by Watney Mann Ltd. 1960 with 1,171 houses and the name was changed as above in 1964.

Ceased brewing in 1972 and demolished for the Carlsberg Brewery Ltd plant.


Phipps & Co purchase of Campbell Praed & Co. Ltd in the 1950s



An assortment of labels showing the products of the brewery. Courtesy Labologists Society