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Bristol Distilling Co

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of Cheese Lane, Bristol

1821 Boulton and Watt supplied a beam engine for the Bristol Distilling Co.[1]

1909 'BRISTOL DISTILLERY FIRE TAXES FIREMEN TO UTMOST. The greatest portion of the premises of the Bristol Distilling Company, Radcliffe [Redcliffe] Street, Bristol, was destroyed by fire early yesterday morning. The conflagration started in the upper floor of block about one hundred feet by eighty, extending from the street to the harbour, and stored with great quantities of grain and maize. The fire burned furiously and barges moored at the wharf were ignited by the burning debris. The firemen by tremendous exertions were able save the adjoining premises.'[2]

1912 Advertising 'Distillers' Grains - These are a First Rate Food for Pigs, and can be railed direct from the Distillery in perfect condition' [3]

Absorbed into the Distillers Co

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Sources of Information

  1. Photo and article in The Engineer 1920/06/11
  2. Dundee Courier, 22nd September 1909
  3. Western Gazette, 3 May 1912