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Trueman Street closed October 1982.
Trueman Street closed October 1982.
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Revision as of 09:28, 12 October 2016

The original Liverpool site.
The Liverpool site in 1980s.

Threlfall's Brewery Co. Ltd, 21 Trueman Street, Liverpool, City Centre, Merseyside

Established in 1818 in Crosbie Street as Thomas Threlfall & Co. Purchased Lloyd & Gurden's brewery in Trueman Street in 1849, demolishing the Crosbie Street brewery in 1860. Cook Street brewery acquired in 1861, having earlier acquired the Greengate Brewery in 1850. Registered March 1888 to amalgamate J.M.Threlfall & W.A.Matheson, 3/7 Juvenal Street. From 1961 known as Threlfall Chesters Ltd. Acquired by Whitbread & Co. Ltd. 1967 with 800 licensed houses.

Trueman Street closed October 1982.

The Salford site in 2011. Still standing and still very much in use.

Threlfall's Brewery Co Ltd,Cook Street Brewery, Salford, Greater Manchester

John Mayor Threlfall of Liverpool purchased from Lupton and Adamthwaite in 1861.

Registered in 1888.

Merged with Chesters of Ardwick in 1961 to form Threlfall’s Chesters Ltd.

Acquired by Whitbread & Co. Ltd in 1967 and brewing ceased 1988.

Still standing in residential use.

List of Threlfall & Co Ltd pubs

The Salford Brewery in the 1990s and 2000s.

The Liverpool Brewery

Entry in the Trade Mark Registry

Registration No : 497,654
Description : Whisky label
Date of Application : 01/12/1928
Used Prior to 1870? : NO