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Traded as Robinson Bros and Howe until George Howe's death in 1892 and registered 1894 as above.  
 
Traded as Robinson Bros and Howe until George Howe's death in 1892 and registered 1894 as above.  
  
Acquired jointly by [[Vaux Breweries Ltd]] and [[James Calder & Co. (Brewers) Ltd]]. of Alloa 1925 with 63 tied houses and was closed.  
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Acquired jointly by [[Vaux Breweries Ltd]] and [[James Calder & Co. (Brewers) Ltd]]. of Alloa 1925 with 63 tied houses and the 22qtr plant for sale 25th September.  
  
 
Now residential flats.
 
Now residential flats.

Latest revision as of 21:00, 26 March 2020

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Robinson Brothers (Brewers) Ltd, City Brewery, Durham Road, Houghton-le-Spring, Tyne & Wear.

Founded 1754.

Traded as Robinson Bros and Howe until George Howe's death in 1892 and registered 1894 as above.

Acquired jointly by Vaux Breweries Ltd and James Calder & Co. (Brewers) Ltd. of Alloa 1925 with 63 tied houses and the 22qtr plant for sale 25th September.

Now residential flats.

List of Robinson Brothers Ltd. pubs

An assortment of views of the brewery.

Entry in the Trade Mark Registry

Registration No  : 383,266

Description  : Whisky
Date of Application  : 08/05/1918

Used Prior to 1870?  : NO