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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

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Brewers, Blackburn, Lancashire.
Brewers, Blackburn, Lancashire.


Founded in 1830 at Preston.<ref name = "CBB">A Century of British Brewers 1890 to 2012 by Norman Barber ISBN 1 873966 19 9</ref>
1830 Founded at Preston.<ref name = "CBB">A Century of British Brewers 1890 to 2012 by Norman Barber ISBN 1 873966 19 9</ref>


Moved to the ''Lion Brewery'', Coniston Road, Blackburn in 1927, following the acquisition of [[Nuttall and Co (Blackburn)|Nuttall and Co]].<ref name = "CBB"/>
1927 Moved to the ''Lion Brewery'', Coniston Road, Blackburn, following the acquisition of [[Nuttall and Co (Blackburn)|Nuttall and Co]].<ref name = "CBB"/>


Acquired by [[Scottish and Newcastle]] in 1987 and ceased brewing in 1991.<ref name = "CBB"/>
1987 Acquired by [[Scottish and Newcastle]].<ref name = "CBB"/>
 
1991 Ceased brewing.<ref name = "CBB"/>





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Brewers, Blackburn, Lancashire.

1830 Founded at Preston.[1]

1927 Moved to the Lion Brewery, Coniston Road, Blackburn, following the acquisition of Nuttall and Co.[1]

1987 Acquired by Scottish and Newcastle.[1]

1991 Ceased brewing.[1]


See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 A Century of British Brewers 1890 to 2012 by Norman Barber ISBN 1 873966 19 9