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"A Short History of George Younger & Son Limited, Alloa, ( - )",pages 1 - 2. I'm amazed that they continued to brew for as long as they did in the Meadow Brewery.
7 quarters is enough to brew 28 barrels of normal strength beer. Which leaves the annual capacity of the brewery at around 8, barrels. A short history of George Younger & Son Ltd, Alloa / Buy A Short History of George Younger & Son Limited, Alloa by Anon (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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I'm back pillaging the history of George Younger published in Despite being true to the adjective "short" in its title, the book still. George Younger (), a member of a family of saltpan owners in Culross, Fife, Scotland, was brewing in Alloa, Scotland from He established his first brewery, later known as Meadow Brewery, in Bank Street, Alloa, in about After his death the business was passed on from father to son, trading as George Younger & Son.
Of George Younger's Candleriggs Brewery in Alloa. It's taken from "A Short History of George Younger & Son Limited, Alloa ( - )" published in My copy is a fairly cheapo reprint from the 's, typewritten, with a pretty blurry reproduction of the brewery map. We all know that the export trade was important to Scottish brewers.
But where exactly was George Younger's beer going. All over the British Empire, is the answer. And elsewhere. A short history of George Younger & Son Ltd., Alloa, Alloa?: Clackmannan District Libraries?.
Bh Rise and progress of G. & J. Maclachlan, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Belfast and London Glasgow?, Bh George Younger & Sons Ltd, Meadow & Candleriggs Breweries, Bank Street, Alloa, Clackmannanshire. Founded by The Meadow Brewery was established by and the Candleriggs Brewery was leased from Meiklejohns Registered February They acquired Blair & Co.
Ltd of Alloa in with 20 tied houses and closed that brewery. That and the cans of Sweetheart Stout in the fridge behind the bar in the Thistle Bar that still bear the words “Younger of Alloa”, even though Tennent’s has now been brewing the stuff for longer than George Younger ever did.
Next to the Alloa book Stout, invented in Alloa, is Fraoch, now brewed in Alloa. George Younger (–), a member of a family of saltpan owners in Culross, Fife, Scotland, was brewing in Alloa, Scotland from He established his first brewery, later known as Meadow Brewery, in Bank Street, Alloa, in about After his death the business was passed on from father to son, trading as George Younger & Son.
Early life and career Younger's forebearer, George Younger (baptised ), was the founder of George Younger and Son of Alloa, the family's brewing business (not to be confused with Younger's of Edinburgh).
Younger's great-grandfather, George Younger, was created Viscount Younger of Leckie in Battles/wars: Korean War. Pricing & History. Sold for. George Younger & Son Ltd (Alloa) Beer Mat Coaster - Cat 10 - George Younger & Son's Alloa Brewery Beer Label Brown Ale Oval Pre Double Brown Ale Beer Label From The George Younger,s Brewery Alloa Scot.
Younger's Brewery (William Younger & Company) was a brewery in Edinburgh which grew from humble beginnings in to become one of the city’s main commercial enterprises, supplying domestic and foreign markets. It should not be confused with another, less renowned Edinburgh brewery, that of Robert Younger, who also brewed in Holyrood at the St.
Ann's Brewery or that of George Younger Industry: Alcoholic drink. A Short history of George Younger & Son Limited, Alloa(). Read. The great flood, Richard Bernard Read. Alloa in the 's W. Scott Read. A short history of Alloa T. Crouther Gordon Read. Publishing History This is a chart to show the when this publisher published books.
Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count. George Younger & Son Ltd was registered in February as a limited liability company to acquire the business at a purchase price of GBPThe company traded extensively to the North of England, West Indies, Australia and North America and from the s to India, the Far East and South Africa.
As George Younger, Viscount Younger of Leckie, who has died a was a popular politician. He served in Margaret Thatcher's administrations, first as secretary of state for Scotland ( A Short History of George Younger and Son Alloa: Unknown: Books - Skip to main content.
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GEORGE YOUNGER AND SON, LTD, ALLOA. George Younger and Son Ltd The firm of George Younger and Son, Ltd., Brewers and Maltsters, of Alloa, was founded in and has remained continuously under the control of the Alloa Younger family until the present time.
Bottling operations have been carried out at Eglinton Bottling Stores since The early- to midth century saw the establishment of the firms of the greatest names in Scottish brewing history.
These included Archibald Campbell and William Younger in Edinburgh, Hugh & Robert Tennent in Glasgow, George Younger in Alloa and Dudgeon & Company's Belhaven Brewery in Dunbar. History. Alloa grew up under the protection of Alloa Tower which may have been built before AD.
The name of the town has had different spelling at different periods. In the charter granted by King Robert the Bruce in the yearto Thomas de Erskyne, it is called Alway; in some subsequent ones, Aulway, Auleway; and more recently Alloway.
Dr Jamieson stated that Country: Scotland. Next Post A short history of spruce beer part two: the North American connection Beer Book of the Year. The perfect present for beer lovers: more than two dozen true stories about beer, from the Great London Beer Flood of to how they flew beer across to the troops after D-Day in the fuel tanks of Spitfires.
George Younger () expanded the family brewing company in Alloa and became a prominent politician, eventually becoming Viscount Younger of Leckie.
George 1st Viscount, was nephew (by blood) to William McEwan the famous Scottish brewer. George Younger (), former Secretary of State for Scotland was 4th Viscount Leckie of Younger.
Career. Younger left college at the age of 17 on his father's death to run the family brewery of George Younger and Son, the business founded by his great-grandfather, George Younger (baptised 17 February ), of Alloa, Clackmannanshire.
He became chairman in Younger was a Deputy Lieutenant of Clackmannanshire from NovemberAlma mater: Edinburgh Academy. In New Leckie (now Watson House, separately listed) was built a short distance to the east, and the Stewart Arms are displayed on the building.
The Younger family, brewers of Alloa, purchased Leckie inand the current owner's father inherited in Huge death duties eventually led to the sale of New Leckie.
Fugitive crook's fixer Andrew Medwik returns to Scotland for round of golf THE year-old turned up at Alloa Golf Club from fraudster Michael Voudouri's pad in Cyrprus in a £60, white Range Author: Norman Silvester. The first Viscount Younger of Leckie, also George, left college at the age of 17 on his father's death to run the family brewery.
for this son an immediate short. Breweries Ltd. before moving to McLennan & Urquhart Ltd., Dalkeith in to take up the position of Head Brewer. In Clark Doull became Head Brewer at George Younger & Son Ltd., Alloa where he remained until his retirement in In addition to becoming Director of the Alloa firm he also served on the board of R.
Fenwick & Co. Ltd. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian.The second Viscount Younger, James, worked in the family brewery at Alloa, fought at Gallipoli, was severely wounded on the Somme and won the DSO.
He had two sons, one of whom was George Younger's father, Edward, distinguished in the public life of Scotland, while the second, Kenneth, went off in a completely different direction.The University of Glasgow is a registered Scottish charity: Registration Number SC Archive Services.
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