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Description: The Old Brewery Including Adjoining Malthouse and Brewery Cottage
Date Listed: 11 February 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 129167
OS Grid Reference: SP0353022251
OS Grid Coordinates: 403530, 222251
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8988, -1.9501
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SP 02 SW SEVENHAMPTON BROCKHAMPTON
2/66 The Old Brewery including
adjoining malthouse and
House, cottage and former malthouse. C19. Former malthouse
(disused) dated and initialled 'I Wood/1769' on rectangular stone
plaque over door in gable end of malthouse. House probably about
the same date. Cottage possibly early C18. Malthouse; ground
floor large coursed dressed blocks, mixture of rubble and larger
blocks above. Concrete tile and stone slate roofing. House;
coursed squared and dressed limestone and stone slate roof.
Complex plan with malthouse north of 'L'-shaped house. C20 lean-to
and flat-roofed extension right of house, not of special interest.
Brewery Cottage at east facing gable end of house. Malthouse; 2½
storeys. Two-light casements to middle floor and 2 single-pane
lights to upper floor in wall facing road. Central plank door in
gable end, shuttered window towards apex of gable. Three doors one
above the other in gable end set back on right. Former well and
entrance to kiln room right, now forming C20 garage with flat-
roofed room over. House projects forwards right. Two storeys,
irregular fenestration, 2 and 3-light, flat-chamfered, stone-
mullioned casements. Band between ground and first floors. C20
gabled porch with C19 four-panelled part-glazed door. Similar C20
porch far right with former doorway blocked. Brewery cottage;
rectangular plan. C20 flat-roofed extension at front not of
special interest. Two-light casement far right. Roll-cross saddle
at right gable end.
Interior of malthouse; ground floor and top floor concrete, plank
intermediary floor. Barley spread on ground floor after soaking,
hoisted up to top floor where sprouting continued. Sprouted barley
then transfered to ventilated floor over drying kiln (both still in
situ). Malt then removed and transferred to brewhouse opposite
(q.v.). Original roof trusses to roof to malthouse with collars
curved up at centre. Formerly functioned as part of Combe's
Brewery, closed in 1928 (q.v. Brewhouse opposite malthouse).
Listing NGR: SP0353022251
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