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Brewery, Malt Kiln and Adjoining Ranges Approximately 10 Metres South of No 2 (Wells House), Snaith and Cowick

Description: Brewery, Malt Kiln and Adjoining Ranges Approximately 10 Metres South of No 2 (Wells House)

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 164956

OS Grid Reference: SE6463821434
OS Grid Coordinates: 464638, 421434
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6854, -1.0227

Location: Spa Well Lane, Snaith, East Riding of Yorkshire DN14 9EA

Locality: Snaith and Cowick
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN14 9EA

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Listing Text

SE 62 SW
(west side)
2/95 Brewery, malt-kiln and
adjoining ranges
approximately 10 metres
south of No 2 (Wells
Brewery, now grain store; malt-kiln, maltings, stable/cart-shed/ granary and
associated outbuildings. Late C18 - early C19 brewery, incorporated in
ranges of c1888 for Hartley's Brewery Company Ltd. Late C18 - early c19
brewery range in yellow brick with Welsh slate roof; later C19 ranges in red
brick, rendered to east side, with Welsh slate roofs to malt-kiln and
adjoining range to south, pantile roofs to remainder. L-shaped on plan;
forms south and east sides of courtyard, with main C19 Crown Brewery range
to west (qv), and brewery-master's house and inn, No 2 (Wells House), to
north (qv). South range comprises late C19 stable/cart-shed/granary, malt-
kiln and store-rooms; east range comprises store-rooms or maltings; late C18
- early C19 brewery building adjoins in angle. South range: 2-storey
stable/cart-shed/granary with 3 first-floor openings. Cart-shed section to
right has 3 openings with pair of cast-iron columns supportng timber lintel;
boarded front with door to right opening. To left, pair of stable doors and
part-glazed wooden slatted ventilator grilles beneath segmental arches.
First floor: board door and pair of hatches with sandstone sills. Dentilled
brick eaves cornice. Low 2-storey malt-kiln set back to left has single
first-floor part-glazed hatch and hipped roof with central cowl. Single-
storey range to left has blocked opening, outshut projecting forward to
left, and hipped roof. Late C18 - early C19 brewery range, west side,
facing courtyard: low 2-storey single-bay section to left, with tall 2-
storey single-bay section to right. Ground floor, partly-obscured by
adjoining ranges, has tall blocked segmental-arched opening to right, lower
segmental-arched entrance to left and rebuilt section to left end; 4-pane
first-floor sash window to left, large lateral stack to right. Gabled
ventilator to roof of higher section. Single-storey east range has
corbelled eaves, roof hipped to left. C20 additions to inner angle of
courtyard are of no special interest. In 1838 James Latham, brewer and
maltster, was operating at West Cowick. Not fully investigated. Some
sections disused and in decay at tide of resurvey.

Listing NGR: SE6463821434

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Source: English Heritage

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