Junction Brewery, Crosland Moor Bottom, Lockwood

The Junction Brewery was situated at Crosland Moor Bottom, Lockwood.

It was advertised for sale in December 1867:[1]

TO BREWERS AND OTHERS. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, in one Lot, or separately, the whole of the Valuable BREWERY PLANT, at Junction Brewery, Crosland Moor Bottom : consisting of brewing pan, copper pumps, lead piping, wood coolers, wood water cistern, mash tub, three working squares, four puncheons, half puncheon, 16 18-gallon barrels, about 1,000 gallons stale ale, &c, &c.

Notes and References

  1. "Sales by Private Contract" in Huddersfield Chronicle (21/Dec/1867).

Junction Brewery, Crosland Moor Bottom, Lockwood

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