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Duncan Gilmour & Co Ltd

Originally a wine and spirits company, brewing was well underway at the Furnival Brewery in Sheffield by 1860. They also brewed at the Windsor Brewery in Liverpool in the later years of the 19th and early 20th century. Moved to the Lady’s Bridge Brewery in 1900 when they acquired the Birk & Co brewery. The company was acquired by Joshua Tetley in 1954. The brewery remained open for some years after that, but I have no information on what they brewed or what name it went by, although Tetley’s later additions to its range; Imperial and Regal could have been brewed in Sheffield.

Light Bitter Beer Windsor Brewery

Pale Ale Windsor Brewery

Special Stout Windsor Brewery

London Stout early 20th century

Scotch Ale early 20th century

India Pale Ale very early label

India Pale Ale very early label

India Pale Ale pre 1920

Milk Stout pre 1920

Dinner Ale very early label

Hop Bitters early 20th century

Golden Pale Ale pre 1920

Oatmeal Stout 1920s

Oatmeal Stout 1920s

Nut Brown Ale 1920s

Nut Brown Ale 1920s label

Sunshine Ale 1920s label

Milk Stout 1920s label

Guinness very early

Balaclave Strong Ale in use 1920s

Milk Stout 1930s label

Extra Stout 1930s

Extra Stout 1930s

Mellow Nut Brown Ale 1930s label

Golden Pale Ale 1930s

Sunshine Ale 1930s label

Balaclave Strong Ale 1930s

Oatmeal Stout 1930s label

Balaclave Strong Ale wartime label

Golden Pale Ale wartime label

Milk Stout wartime label

Oatmeal Stout wartime label

Crown Ale 1953

Extra Stout post war

Balaclave Strong Ale post war

Golden Pale Ale post war

Milk Round Stout post war label

Export Extra Stout post war label

Export Golden Beer post war label

Export Golden Pale Ale post war label

Bass No 1 Barley Wine

Bass Pale Ale

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