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Acquired by [[Isherwood, Foster & Stacey Ltd]], then a subsidiary of [[Fremlins Ltd]], June 1939 with 46 public houses.  
 
Acquired by [[Isherwood, Foster & Stacey Ltd]], then a subsidiary of [[Fremlins Ltd]], June 1939 with 46 public houses.  
  
Now mainly demolished but the“Bung” chapel, maltings and offices are extant.
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Now mainly demolished but the “Bung” chapel, maltings and offices are extant.
  
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'''[[List of T F Adams public houses]]
  
 
'''An assortment of images of the brewery'''
 
'''An assortment of images of the brewery'''

Revision as of 11:37, 30 March 2021

Adams Halstead (1).jpg
Courtesy Roy Denison

Thomas Francis Adams, Halstead Brewery, Trinity Street, Halstead, Essex.

Founded 1859 by Charles Stanton Gray of the Chelmsford brewery and was acquired by Adams in 1876. See Gray & Sons Ltd.

Acquired by Isherwood, Foster & Stacey Ltd, then a subsidiary of Fremlins Ltd, June 1939 with 46 public houses.

Now mainly demolished but the “Bung” chapel, maltings and offices are extant.

List of T F Adams public houses

An assortment of images of the brewery