Robert Manders & Co

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Robert Manders & Co, New Brewery, 113 James Street, Dublin, Ireland.

Established 1800 and registered in 1882.

Association with the Phoenix Brewery (Dublin) Ltd. was terminated in 1897 and carried on though restricted to ale brewing until c.1907.

From:-The Breweries and Distilleries in Dublin

In 1862 Robert Manders & Co brewery occupied 111-113 at the north side of James Street. The concern was also the business address of the Manders family.

Alfred of Flesk Priory, Killarney, Frederick of Belfield, Roebuck, Richard of Brackenstown, Swords, Robert of Landscape, Dundrum, Herbert of Obelisk Park, Blackrock, Richard of Shanganagh, Bray, and Robert Geoghegan of Carysfort, Stillorgan.

Apart from the brewery they had flour mills at Islandbridge and bakeries at Fownes Street, Moore Street, Church Street, Camden Street, and Baggot Street. The brewery continued until 1909.


Entry in the Trade Mark Registry

Registration No : 6,985
Description : Dove & Olive Branch
Date of Application : 24/6/1876
Used Prior to 1875? : 15 years


Registration No : 6,986
Description : Dove & Olive Branch
Date of Application : 24/6/1876
Used Prior to 1875? : 15 years