Warwicks & Richardsons Ltd

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The brewery features in The Noted Breweries of Great Britain and Ireland by Alfred Barnard published 1890
Warwick 51.jpg
Warwick 52.jpg
Letterhead 1951
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Beers for the Brampton pub estate, 1955
Leopard Inn, Doncaster
Five Ways Hotel, Sherwood, Nottingham
Former off-licence at 467 High Street, Lincoln: photo Philip Ely, 2004

Warwicks & Richardsons Ltd, Northgate, Newark on Trent, Nottinghamshire.

Founded by Samuel Sketchley at the Tower Wharf Brewery 1766 and was acquired by Richard Warwick in 1856. The Northgate Brewery was built in 1871. Registered 1888 to merge Richard Warwick & Sons and Richardson, Earp & Slater, Trent Brewery to form above.

In 1962, they were acquired by John Smith's Tadcaster Brewery Co. Ltd, and brewing ceased in 1966. Most buildings remain standing, some converted to residential use.

Some surviving buildings on the site are listed. Details of these can be viewed on the Historic England website, as follows:

The brewery in oils. A painting by K W Burton

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Courtesy Richard Westerman

Various views of the brewery

The brewery in 2011

A selection of their products

Entry in the Trade Mark Registry

Registration No  : 34,313
Description  : Head of Napoleon III
Date of Application  : 20/11/1883
Used Prior to 1875?  : 7 years