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Brewery Tap, Bishop Street

Bishop St Towards Burges 1905 This was part of a sale by auction in 1847. The premises auctioned comprised a residence, malting offices, a compact brewery and a public house known as the Brewery Tap, all opposite the wharf in Bishop Street. The sale was due to the bankruptcy of Jordan, White and Aldridge. Also for auction were - New Inn, Exhall George and Dragon, Atherstone Royal George, Grandborough Hop Pole, Emscote Bell, Keresley Dun Cow, Southam Barley Mow, Stockton General Wolfe, Foleshill Grapes, Radford
The New Inn, Exhall; George and Dragon, Atherstone; Royal George, Grandborough; Bell, Keresley and Barley Mow, Stockton were all in Ratliff's estate when it merged with Phillips & Marriott in 1899, so this entry appears to refer to the Coventry Brewery in Leicester Row. The Brewery Tap is thought to have closed c1852

LICENSEES:

1850 John Jordan to May 1852 John Knibb May to Oct 1852 William Payne from Oct 1852 James Froggett

OWNERS:

1847 John Jordan
Brewery Tap
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