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<big>'''Thomas Francis Adams, '''''Halstead Brewery, Trinity Street, Halstead, Essex.''</big>
 
<big>'''Thomas Francis Adams, '''''Halstead Brewery, Trinity Street, Halstead, Essex.''</big>
  
Founded 1859 by Charles Stanton Gray of the Chelmsford brewery and was acquired by Adams in 1876.  
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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.  
 
Acquired by [[Isherwood, Foster & Stacey Ltd]], then a subsidiary of [[Fremlins Ltd]], June 1939 with 46 public houses.  

Revision as of 21:42, 13 October 2016

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.


An assortment of images of the brewery