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History of Bass Charrington.

Kevin Hawkins

History of Bass Charrington.

by Kevin Hawkins

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Published by The University Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bass Charrington Limited.

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    Open LibraryOL13981209M

    E-Mail Address. Password. Forgotten Password? Remember Me.   Over time P2's strength fell; in it was around per cent (the same as the s P4) and was discontinued in following the Bass Charrington merger, in favour of Charrington .

    Martyn – do you know of a history written about the Bass Charrington company? like D. Nelson I would like to look up what the Bass company around was called as during that time my wife’s great uncle – David Burrell – was the company secretary then. The Bass Museum at Burton-upon-Trent was opened on July 16th by Sir Alan Walker, President of the Bass Charrington Group, to commemorate their years of brewing. This compact but all-embracing museum is situated in an building within the Bass brewery at Horninglow Street.

      Created by the Charrington Brewery as a record of all pubs they owned and saved from destruction 25 years ago, the photos are now mapped and accessible on Historypin where landlords, local people and historic pub lovers can continue to add . Editor's note: marks the 50th anniversary of B.A.S.S. As part of our celebration we’re publishing stories, videos and photos about the history of the sport, including the one below.


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Charrington Robert Westfield Westfield & Moss Westfield, Moss & Charrington Moss & Charrington Charrington Charrington & Head Co. Charrington & Co. Charrington Co. Ltd Charrington United Breweries Ltd Bass Charrington Ltd Punch Taverns: Meakin Meakin H & S Hill & Sherratt's.

I've really neglected the Whitbread gravity book these last weeks. I managed to knock off four more pages after lunch (the remains of yesterday's duck). I've gone back to the draught beers. Bass and Charrington, two names that go together like disaster and waiting to happen.

For most of the period covered, they were still separate concerns. Formed in by the merger of two major brewing groups: Bass, Mitchells & Butlers Ltd and Charrington United Breweries Ltd After the merger, the company owned ca. 11, pubs. Inthey acquired Bent's Brewery Co.

Ltd of Liverpool and History of Bass Charrington. book with public houses. InCharrington merged with Bass and Mitchell & Butlers and formed Bass Charrington Limited. In Bass Charrington sold off its public houses.

The buyer then created Punch Taverns. InJohn Charrington joined the company, which then traded as Westfield, Moss & Charrington from the Anchor Brewery in Stepney. It merged with United Breweries of London in to become Charrington United Breweries, [1] then, after acquiring a number of other breweries, it merged with Bass Brewery in to become the largest UK brewing company, Bass Charrington, later simply Bass plc.

Bass took control of a number of other large breweries in the early 20th century, and in the s merged with Charrington United Breweries to become the largest UK brewing company, Bass Charrington.

The brewing operations of the company were bought by Interbrew (now Anheuser-Busch InBev) inwhile the retail side (hotel and pub holdings) were renamed Six Continents plc. The history of the Charrington family name begins after the Norman Conquest of They lived in Bedfordshire, at Charrington Hall.

Early Origins of the Charrington family. The surname Charrington was first found in r, Cherington is a parish, in the union of Tetbury, hundred of Longtree, in Gloucestershire and there is another Cherington found in Warwickshire.

The thing that dates this model is the name "Bass Charrington"- this was Britain's biggest brewing group and was formed in (Charrington United Breweries merging with Bass M&B).

It's a key date as it was also the year the Bass railway system was abandoned and dismantled - all apart from the line from the main line into Shobnall Maltings. His books include The Ultimate Guitar Book, London Live, and Paul McCartney: Bassmaster.

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which was absorbed by Charringtons in and later merged to become Bass Charrington in That must be true—it’s in the definitive history of Bass Charrington, researched entirely from original daybooks, brewing logs, press cuttings etc.

Admittedly persuasive and cited regularly in newspaper stories about IPA from as early as But a cursory examination of the records of the Great Exhibition reveals that the event was dry.

Bass merges with Charrington United Breweries, maker of Carling Lager, to form Bass Charrington Ltd. Company launches the Crest Hotel chain, marking entry into the lodging sector.

Company is renamed Bass PLC. Bass acquires the Holiday Inn lodging chain. The Holiday Inn Express budget lodging chain is launched. Find the perfect bass charrington stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images.

No need to register, buy now. Bass. The company history can be traced back to when Bass Ale was first brewed. 5 The label's distinctive red triangle was the first UK registered trademark, and was painted by Manet in his Un bar aux Folies-Bergere.

William Bass set up business under his own name in Burton-on- Trent and, under family ownership, it prospered in the 19th century and consolidated the brewing industry in the. Admin History: Charrington United Breweries (CUB) Ltd was registered as a limited liability company in to undertake the merger of Charrington & Co Ltd and United Breweries Ltd by an exchange of shares.

In the company merged with Bass, Mitchells & Butlers Ltd (of Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire) to form Bass Charrington Ltd (later Bass. In  Charrington United merged with Bass Mitchells & Butlers (itself the product of a merger between the historic Bass brewery in Burton-upon-Trent and large regional Birmingham brewer Mitchells & Butlers) to form Bass Charrington, then the largest brewery in the UK.

A Brief History of the Bass. Posted by Revelle Team on The double bass is the largest and lowest pitched string instrument used in modern orchestras. Sometimes it is called the contrabass, string bass, upright bass, or bass fiddle. Paul Brun, in his book A New History of the Double Bass.

Bass, Mitchells and Butlers merged with Charrington United Breweries to create Bass Charrington, later shortened to Bass PLC. Following the MMC Report on the Supply of Beer and the DTI Beer Orders, Bass PLC formed separate brewing and retailing divisions: Bass Brewers and Bass Taverns respectively See Also.This book was given to my husband for Christmas and I only picked it up because of a dire lack of anything to read at the time.

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