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Raw Info: Cornish Brewers, 1856

This list of Cornish brewers from 1856 is a titbit leftover from yesterday’s post:

Allen Robert, Killigrew Street, Falmouth
Carlyon J., Mylor Bridge, Mylor, Falmouth
Clarke J., Church Street, Helston
Dodd J., Broad Street, Penryn
Ellery J., Market Place, Camborne
Ellis & Co, Church Street, Helston
Ellis C., Hayle
Hart J., Ponsonooth, St Gluvias, Penryn
Hicks E., Mellon’s pk, Lanreath, Liskeard
Magor, Davey & Co, Redruth
Martin T., Calstock, Callington
Moyle S.G., Chacewater, Kenwyn, Truro
Pearce F., Camelford
Philp S., Stoke Climsland, Callington
Polkinghorne E.S. & Co, Penzance
Procter N., Metherill, Calstock, Tavistock
Rashleigh W., Constantine, Falmouth
Richards George, Wharf, St Ives
Scantlebury E, Par, St Austell
Shepherd J, Exeter Road, Launceston
Stephenson C., Market Jew St., Penzance
Teague W., River Street, Truro
Wheeler J., Torpoint, Devonport
Wright G., Bodmin brewery, Bodmin

It’s from Kelly’s Post Office Directory of Devonshire & Cornwall from that year.

We’re posting it here just in case some researcher Googling down the line might find it useful; we’ll be looking into the two listed for Penzance ourselves when we get the chance.

Main image taken from ‘Alverton: West of Penzance’ by Paul Mason where a credit is given to Bob Watts and Tony.

3 replies on “Raw Info: Cornish Brewers, 1856”

I live in Hayle in Cornwall and there is still the Ellis’ Brewery building on Sea Lane. The Brewery was taken over by St Austells and eventually became a depot. It closed and was sold about five years ago. I know one of the former draymen who used to work out of the site when it was owned by St Austell. I can take photos if you wish.

Thanks for the offer, Greg. We’ve actually popped over to Hayle from PZ and had a look at the buildings. Wish St Austell would revive the brand — would be lovely to drink Ellis beers in the Yacht Inn!

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