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<big>'''Selby (Middlebrough) Brewery Ltd, '''''131 Millgate, Selby, North Yorkshire.''</big>
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<big>'''Selby (Middlebrough) Brewery Ltd''', ''131 Millgate, Selby, North Yorkshire.''</big>
  
 
Founded c.1870 as maltsters. Registered September 1945 to acquire the business of Joseph L Skyes who trade as J N & G Middlebrough.  
 
Founded c.1870 as maltsters. Registered September 1945 to acquire the business of Joseph L Skyes who trade as J N & G Middlebrough.  
  
Brewing ceased in 1954 for economic reasons and a trading agreement was made with [[Dutton's Blackburn Brewery Ltd]].  
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Brewing ceased in 1954 for economic reasons and a trading agreement was made with [[Dutton's Blackburn Brewery Ltd]]. The public houses were sold to Duttons in 1964 and the business was continued as beer bottlers and retailers.  
  
Public houses sold to Dutton 1964 and the business was continued as beer bottlers and retailers.  
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Brewing recommenced by Martin Sykes 1972 but only brewed sporadically.
  
Brewing recommenced by Martin Sykes 1972 and still brewing occasionally.
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* '''[[List of Selby (Middlebrough) Brewery Ltd. pubs]]'''
  
[[List of Selby (Middlebrough) Brewery Ltd. pubs]]
 
  
 
'''An assortment of images of the brewery'''
 
'''An assortment of images of the brewery'''
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Selby mash tun.jpg  
 
Selby mash tun.jpg  
 
Selby malting.jpg   
 
Selby malting.jpg   
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Selby.jpg   
 
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[[category:North Yorkshire]]
 
[[category:North Yorkshire]]

Revision as of 13:46, 27 November 2018

SELBY BR.jpg

Selby (Middlebrough) Brewery Ltd, 131 Millgate, Selby, North Yorkshire.

Founded c.1870 as maltsters. Registered September 1945 to acquire the business of Joseph L Skyes who trade as J N & G Middlebrough.

Brewing ceased in 1954 for economic reasons and a trading agreement was made with Dutton's Blackburn Brewery Ltd. The public houses were sold to Duttons in 1964 and the business was continued as beer bottlers and retailers.

Brewing recommenced by Martin Sykes 1972 but only brewed sporadically.


An assortment of images of the brewery