Useful Links

This page provides some useful links to our sponsors and useful sources of brewery related subjects. (These links open in a separate page)

Slide Show of Stag Brewery, Pimlico

The Stag Brewery Pimlico started in 1641 and was one of the longest running breweries in England.  When it finally closed in April 1959 the company records and documents came to be deposited at the City of Westminster Archives Centre. It’s a vast collection covering many aspects of the company history.

One of the items in the collection is an album of photographs dating from 1922 showing workers at the brewery engaged in every part of the brewing process.  The photographs reveal the skill and expertise of the workers as well as the sheer beauty of many of the machines they operated. However, they also convey a real sense of life within this close-knit community where people worked, lived and socialised.

Find the video here: https://www.facebook.com/Westminster.Archives/videos/331000381346483/

Brewery Archives in Scotland

Like the NBC, our old friends at Tennent’s Wellpark Brewery host a visitor centre for the public to view important artefacts from their history and to take tours of the brewery.  https://www.mytennents.com/training/wellpark-visitor-centre/

The team from Tennent’s work closely with the University of Glasgow Archive team who hold many collections relating to the Scottish brewing industry, often referred to as the Scottish Brewing Archive. Details of the Tennents archive material can be found here: https://archiveshub.jisc.ac.uk/search/archives/7f4db1ff-dad6-34fa-b3e9-195b621bee5f

Details of all collections held at the University of Glasgow Archives can be found at: https://www.gla.ac.uk/media/Media_328078_smxx.pdf

Related Bodies

Scottish Brewing Archive – www.scottishbrewingarchive.co.uk

Guinness Archives – www.guinness-storehouse.com/en/archives

Oxford Brookes National Brewing Library – www.brookes.ac.uk/nbl/

Labology Society – https://labology.org.uk/

British Food & Beverage Industry Suppliers Association https://www.bfbi.org.uk

Brewery History Society – http://breweryhistory.com/

Lost Pubs Project – http://www.closedpubs.co.uk/

What Pub (by CAMRA) – https://whatpub.com/

Society of Independent Brewers – https://www.siba.co.uk

British Beer & Pub Association – https://beerandpub.com/

Pubwiki – https://pubwiki.co.uk/

Layers of London Project – https://www.layersoflondon.org

Association for British Brewery Collectables – www.breweriana.org.uk

The Good Pub Guide – https://thegoodpubguide.co.uk

Inn Sign Society – http://www.innsignsociety.com/

British Beermat Collectors Society – http://britishbeermats.org/

Our sponsors

Consolidated Charity of Burton – https://www.consolidatedcharityburton.org.uk

Worshipful Company of Brewers – https://www.brewershall.co.uk/

Staffordshire Community Foundation – https://staffsfoundation.org.uk

Campaign for Real Ale – https://camra.org.uk

Brewery History Society – http://breweryhistory.com/

Darley Printers – https://darleylimited.co.uk

Shepherd Neame Ltd – https://www.shepherdneame.co.uk

Thornbridge Brewery –https://thornbridgebrewery.co.uk

Roosters Brewing Co – https://www.roosters.co.uk

Thomas Hardy Brewing & Packaging – www.thomashardysale.com

Camerons – https://cameronsbrewery.com

Fuller Smith & Turner – https://www.fullers.co.uk

Other Brewery Related Archives

A special web site has been recently set up for the history of H & G Simonds Ltd and can be found at https://simondsfamily.me.uk/

For information about what is held in other Brewery Archives you can use the “Search the Catalogue” option on the National Archives web site at https://nationalarchives.gov.uk/

Alternatively, the details are also held in a book entitled “The Brewing Industry – A guide to Historical Records” edited by Lesley Richmond and Alison Turton.