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<big>'''Sharpe & Winch,''' ''Baker's Cross, Cranbrook, Kent.''</big>
''Baker's Cross, Cranbrook, Kent.''</big>
 
  
In 1832 the partnership of Newnham and Tooth was listed here. By 1846 owned by William Barling Sharpe and above title assumed 1892. Acquired by Frederick Leney & Sons Ltd. of Wateringbury 1928 who were then a subsidiary of [[Whitbread & Co. Ltd]].  
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In 1832 the partnership of Newnham and Tooth was listed here.  
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By 1846 owned by William Barling Sharpe and above title assumed 1892.  
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Acquired by Frederick Leney & Sons Ltd. of Wateringbury 1928 who were then a subsidiary of [[Whitbread & Co. Ltd]].  
  
 
Some buildings remain.
 
Some buildings remain.
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'''An assortment of images of the brewery'''
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<gallery>
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Sharpe & Winch Cranbrook 2013 (2).jpg
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Sharpe & Winch Cranbrook 2013 (3).jpg
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Sharpe & Winch Cranbrook 2013 (5).jpg
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Sharpe & Winch Cranbrook 2013 (7).jpg
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Sharpe & Winch Cranbrook 2013 (8).jpg
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</gallery>

Revision as of 08:39, 28 August 2015

Sharpe & Winch, Baker's Cross, Cranbrook, Kent.

In 1832 the partnership of Newnham and Tooth was listed here.

By 1846 owned by William Barling Sharpe and above title assumed 1892.

Acquired by Frederick Leney & Sons Ltd. of Wateringbury 1928 who were then a subsidiary of Whitbread & Co. Ltd.

Some buildings remain.


An assortment of images of the brewery