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Heritage Brewery

A Grade II Listed Building in Anglesey, Staffordshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.8007 / 52°48'2"N

Longitude: -1.6445 / 1°38'40"W

OS Eastings: 424065

OS Northings: 322629

OS Grid: SK240226

Mapcode National: GBR 5DV.K16

Mapcode Global: WHCG5.QV3S

Entry Name: Heritage Brewery

Listing Date: 25 June 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1374336

English Heritage Legacy ID: 273058

Location: Anglesey, East Staffordshire, Staffordshire, DE14

County: Staffordshire

District: East Staffordshire

Civil Parish: Anglesey

Built-Up Area: Burton upon Trent

Traditional County: Staffordshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Staffordshire

Church of England Parish: Burton-on-Trent All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Lichfield

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Listing Text

ANGLESEY ROAD
1. (East Side)
5369
Heritage Brewery
SK 22 SW SP/752

II GV

2.

Brewery. Late C19. Red brick with some stone dressings; tile roof. North-west
elevation: tower to left of centre; copper house to left; fermenting house and
cask floor to right. Brewhouse tower: 4 + 1 storeys; 4 bays defined by pilasters
with round-headed arches. First floor hoist in second bay from left. Segmental
-headed casements on lower floors; louvered openings (2 to right blocked) under
the round-headed arches on third floor. Moulded dentilled eaves course. Hipped
roof rises to tank loft with glazing bar casements and pyramidal roof.
Copper house: Originally one tall storey. 3 bays defined by pilasters with
stone imposts and round arches, altered and partly blocked. Moulded dentilled
eaves marks former roof line; added storey above. Octagonal brick chimney with
stepped cap. Fermenting house: Long range extending to right. 7 sets of square
headed first-floor casements comprising a small rectangular window flanked by
taller lights. 2 sets at right end partly blocked. On ground floor, paired
segmental headed casements flank door to left. Altered fenestration to right
with door to loading platform and former cask-washing area. C20 extension to
rear of fermenting house and C20 boiler house attached to copper house are not
of special architectural interest. Former hop store attached to rear of tower
by a bridge now used as compressor house on ground floor. Interior: Cold liquor
tank in loft; hot liquor tanks and grist hoppers on third floor feed the mash
tubs on the second floor. Mash Tun No 1 was built by Briggs of Burton, 1952;
No. 2 by R Morton & Co. Ltd ., 1936. Malt house and grinding rooms on first
floor; malt mill on ground floor. Copper house contains 3 coppers by Worssam &
Son, London; fermenting equipment mainly by R Morton. Former cask store in
cellar has brick vaults on cast iron columns. This was Everard's Brewery prior
to its assimilation into the Brewing Museum. It is a complete example of a
small late C19 town brewery retaining its traditional internal planning, fixtures
and fittings.
J. Cooksey: Brewery Buildings in Burton on Trent, p. 31-2, London: Victorian
Society, 1984.


Listing NGR: SK2376022267

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