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Brutton, Mitchell, Toms Ltd

Sumner & Toms acquired the Chard Brewery in 1825.Toms & Co Ltd was registered in 1890 and merged with F. Mitchell, a wine merchant, to form Mitchell, Toms & Co Ltd in 1894. The brewery was closed in 1936 after an arrangement was made with Joseph Brutton of Yeovil to brew their beer.

Mitchell, Toms & Co then acquired J.Brutton & Sons Ltd in 1937 and formed Brutton, Mitchell, Toms Ltd with brewing based at Yeovil. The Chard site remained in use until the 1950s as a bottling plant and store. The company was taken over by Charrington & Co Ltd in 1960 and brewing only continued until 1965.

Bruttons Home Brewed Beer

Bruttons Light Dinner Ale

Guinness bottled Brutton

Nourishing Oat Malt Stout pre

Milk Stout 1930s

Invalid Stout 1930s

Barley Wine 1930s

Barley Wine 1930s

Home Brewed Beer 1930s

Home Brewed Beer 1930s

Pale Ale 1930s

Pale Ale 1930s

Pale Ale 1930s

Pale Ale 1930s

Oatmeal Stout 1930s

Home Brewed Beer 1930s

Ruby Stout 1930s

Double Crown Ale 1930s

Double Crown Ale 1930s

Double Crown Ale 1930s

Oatmeal Stout 1950s

Guinness bottled at Yeovil post 1936

Double Crown Ale 1950s

Guinness 1950s bottled Chard

Coronation Ale 1953

Barley Wine 1960s

Brown Ale 1960s

Oatmeal Stout 1960s

Double Crown half pint 1960s

Double Crown pint 1960s

Pale Ale half pint 1960s

Pale Ale pint 1960s

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