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However when offered to [[Melbourne Brewery (Leeds) Ltd]]. in 1918 described as “no brewing for several years”.
 
However when offered to [[Melbourne Brewery (Leeds) Ltd]]. in 1918 described as “no brewing for several years”.
  
The pub still trades.
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The pub still trades. From 1881 to the 1960s, the pub was the home to the Bramley Rugby League Club (Wikipedia).
  
 
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[[category:West Yorkshire]]

Latest revision as of 23:55, 1 August 2020

William Bennett, Barley Mow Inn, 37 Town Street, Bramley, Leeds, West Yorkshire.

The Bennett family were listed from 1868 and may have brewed until 1920 when bought by Armley Brewery Ltd.

However when offered to Melbourne Brewery (Leeds) Ltd. in 1918 described as “no brewing for several years”.

The pub still trades. From 1881 to the 1960s, the pub was the home to the Bramley Rugby League Club (Wikipedia).