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Castle

Castle St/St John's Hill, Woodbridge

Called Castle Brewery

In 1830 Pigot's Directory Wm Lockwood jun. is listed as a retail brewer (Castle st)

In 1839 William Lockwood is listed as a brewer.

In 1840 Wm. Lockwood jun. is listed as a brewer at Castle Brewery.

In 1844 William Lockwood is listed as a brewer.

In 1865 William Lockwood is listed as a brewer & porter merchant (st Johns)

In 1874 William Lockwood & son (Chas) are listed as brewers & porter merchants (St John's hill)

Later owned by Lockwood & Co Ltd

In 1888 Lockwood & Co are listed as brewers (Wm. Aubrey Arnott as a brewer & Frederick William Bradbrook as manager & traveller) (Castle st)

In 1912 Lockwood & Co are listed as brewers at Castle brewery.

Offered for sale in 1912 together with 2 public houses.

Registered as Lockwood & Co (Woodbridge) Ltd in March 1914.

The 1916 Kelly's Directory lists Lockwood & Co. (Woodbridge) Limited (Ale, porter & stout bottlers, Castle Brewery)

Acquired by S&P in 1932 (with 3 tied houses)

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