REDCLIFF BREWERY Redcliff Street

No.107 Redcliff Street, built in 1640, this old building like many others in the area was lost in the blitz.  The brewery entrance would have been at the rear of the building on Redcliff Back where there was once a pub called the Brewers’ Arms.  In 1775 a pub called the Jolly Brewers was next door at No.106.


Owners of the Redcliff Brewery as listed in trade directories.
1775. Perrington, Maltster & Brewer

1793. Samuel Willmot, Maltster
1806. Elizabeth Willmot & Son, Maltsters & Brewers
1816 - 34. R. S. Willmot, Maltster & Brewer
1839 - 48. H & C. Vallance & Co. Brewers & Maltsters
1853 - 56. H & G. Vallance & Co. Brewers & Maltsters
1861. G & H. Vallance & Co. Brewers & Maltsters
1863 - 65. George Vallance & Co. Brewers & Maltsters
1869 - 97. Daniel Sykes & Co. Maltsters & Brewers



Daniel Sykes & Co. Ltd merged with Bristol United Breweries Ltd in 1897 and the brewery was closed down in 1898.  For a list of south Gloucestershire pubs tied to the Redcliff Brewery in 1891 click  
here

 

NAME OF PUBLIC HOUSE
LESSOR
DATE OF LEASE
EXPIRY DATE
YEARLY RENT
SPECIAL CLAUSES
City House, Brook Rd. St.Paul’s, Bristol
Mary Ann Thatcher
25th Jul 1890
24th Jun 1895
£28
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
General Draper, Hotwells Clifton, Bristol
The Society of Merchants
27th Sep 1881
21st Dec 1895
£110
Qualified covenant by tenant not to assign
Beer house, No.10 Russ St. St.Philip’s, Bristol and adjoining premises
Anne Shafto Tucker
21st Mar 1889
25th Mar 1896
£21
Cattle Market Tavern, Bath Rd. Bristol
Charles Bowles Hare and another
3rd Aug 1888
29th Sept 1896
£80
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
Admiral Duncan, Nicholas St. Bristol
Henry Newcomen Cooper
30th Sep 1887
21st Dec 1897
£70
Tied house, clause for certain liquors in favour of lessor and qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
Swindon Tavern, 10 Phippen St. Bristol
Henry Ormerod and another
29th Jan 1889
21st Dec 1898
£25
Covenant by tenant against assignment
Twinnell Arms, Twinnell St. Stapleton Rd. Bristol
Ann Hill
19th Dec 1889
21st Dec 1899
£20
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
North View Inn, Fox Lane Baptist Mills, Bristol
Joseph Brunt
25th Nov 1886
29th Sept 1900
£30
Beer House, No.26 Belle View Rd. Brislington near Bristol
James Ashelford
21st Jan 1891
21st Dec 1900
£20
Absolute covenant by tenant against alienation
Rock Tavern, No.2 Lower Clifton Hill, Clifton, Bristol
Henry Hall Bishop and another
18th Oct 1887
29th Sept 1901 determinable by tenant on 29th Sept 1894
£34
Absolute covenant by tenant against alienation
Beer House, Stanley House, Balls Common, Soundwell Gloucestershire
Alfred John Childs and others
20th Sep 1892
29th Sept 1901 the premises are underleased by the company for the whole term less one day
£25
Absolute covenant by tenant against alienation
Forge Hammer Inn, Ashton Vale, Bristol
John Harrill
30th Dec 1887
21st Dec 1901
£20
Hospitality, Pontypool, Monmouthshire
Isaac Francis Tovey Dando
31st Dec 1887
21st Dec 1901 determinable by tenant on 21st Dec 1894
£23
Queens Inn, Garndiffaith near Pontypool, Monmouthshire
Isaac Francis Tovey Dando
2nd Jan 1888
21st Dec 1901 determinable by tenant on 21st Dec 1894
£15
Masons’ Arms, Trevethin, Monmouthshire
Richard Rogers
15th Feb 1892
14th Feb 1902
£12
Portcullis, Phippen St. Redcliff, Bristol
Mary Ann Champion
7th Apr 1888
25th Mar 1902
£26
Lease to determine if license taken away
Peep Of Day, New Westgate Buildings, Bath
Henry James Wyatt
21st Dec 1888
29th Sep 1902
£28
Lease to determine if any license taken away or superior lease determined
Eagle Tavern and cottage, West St. Bristol
Sarah Ann Leaker and others
18th Jan 1889
21st Dec 1902
£36
Qualified covenant by tenant against assignment, lease to determine if any license taken away
Robin Hood, Queen St. Bedminster, Bristol
Thomas Warren and another
20th Feb 1889
21 Dec 1902
£19
Absolute covenant by tenant against alienation
Post Office Tavern, Staple Hill, near Bristol
Thomas James
25th Mar 1889
25th Mar 1903
£50
Qualified covenant by tenant not to assign
Spring Garden Hotel, Hotwell Rd. Bristol
Elizabeth Lyons
28th Sep 1882
29th Sep 1903 determinable by tenant on 29th Sep 1896
£40
Beehive and premises, Horfield, near Bristol
Frances Helen Shadwell and others
16th Jan 1890
21st Dec 1903
£33
Absolute covenant by tenant against alienation
Three Blackbirds, Stapleton Rd. Bristol
Martha Osborne
14th Jun 1890
25th Mar 1904 the premises have been underleased by the companyfor whole term less three days
£90
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
Cross Keys, Fishponds, near Bristol
Charles Nash
29th Oct 1890
29th Sep 1904 determinable on lessors death
£30
The premises are underleased by the company for the whole term less one day
Swan Inn, Winterbourne near Bristol
Charles Sargent and others
20th Nov 1891
21st Dec 1904 the premises are underleased by the company for the whole term less one day
£30
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
Duke Of York, Horfield, Bristol
Rev. Frederick Seymour Griffith
3rd Nov 1885
25th Mar 1905 determinable by tenant on the 25th Mar 1899
£14
White Horse, Two Mile Hill, St.George, Bristol
Elizabeth Scull
13th May 1884
25th Mar 1905 determinable by tenant on 25th Mar 1898
£27.16. 6
Absolute covenant by tenant against alienation
Railway Inn, Patchway, Gloucestershire
Charles Hopkins
30th Jul 1885
25th Mar 1906
£60
Duke Of York, Barton Rd. St.Philip’s, Bristol
The Feoffees of the parish of St.Mary Le Port, Bristol
17th Apr 1869
21st Dec 1907
apportioned rent of £6
Rising Sun, Woodcroft Tidenham, Gloucestershire
Daniel Tyler
18th Feb 1891
25th Dec 1907
£25
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
Regent Tavern, Regent St. St.Philip’s, Bristol
George Goldney Doust
31st Jan 1887
20th Mar 1908 determinable by tenant on 25th Mar 1894 or 1901
£26
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
Harleston Arms, Harleston St. St.Philip’s, Bristol
Ann Howell
23rd Feb 1888
25th Mar 1909
£33
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
Victoria Tavern, Clarke St. Bedminster, Bristol
Harriet Mills
1st Jan 1889
21st Dec 1909
£24
Railway Inn, Cindershill, Monmouth
Elizabeth Valier Scott
18th April 1893
18th April 1910
£15
Absolute covenant by tenant against alienation
Beer House at No.9 Wilson St. St.Paul’s, Bristol
F. K. Cawley
31st May 1889
25th Mar 1910
£30
Power to tenent to determine if license taken away
Bell Inn, Upper Cheese Lane, St.Philip’s, Bristol
William Broadbear
7th Nov 1889
29th Sep 1910
£40.10. 0
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
Ale & Porter Stores, 13 Glenside, Eastville, Bristol
Elizabeth Alice Dadley
31st Jul 1890
24th Jun 1911
£30
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
Hope Tavern and cottages, Moon St. St.Paul’s, Bristol
Francis Henry Palmer
10th Sep 1890
24th Jun 1911
£60
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
Berkeley Castle, Berkeley Place, Clifton, Bristol
Henry Bryant
26th Sep 1890
29th Sep 1911
£100
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
Rothesay House, Barton Hill, Bristol
Julia Maria Harding
29th Oct 1890
29th Sep 1911
£26
Absolute covenant by tenant against alienation
Shades, Waterloo St. Clifton, Bristol
The Clifton Club Company Limited
23rd Sep 1891
25th Mar 1912 determinable by tenant on 25th Mar 1898 or 1905
None entered
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
Druids’ Arms, Newfoundland St. Bristol
Mary Ann Grimes
24th May 1892
25th Mar 1913
£28
Royal Oak and premises, Dean Lane, St.George, Bristol
William Rogers
29th Sep 1892
29th Sep 1913
£52
Power to determine if license taken away
Mayor’s Arms, New Cut, Bristol
Patrick O’Brien
24th Nov 1892
29th Sep 1913
£70
Qualified covenant by tenant against alienation
Woolpack, Pennywell Rd. Bristol
James Walker and Others
24th Mar 1893
25th Dec 1913
£48
Britannia, Monmouth
Charles Henry Portnell
6th Feb 1893
25th Mar 1914 determinable by landlord or tenant on 25th Mar 1907
£45
Richmond Arms beer house, Church Rd. St.George, Bristol
William Rogers
30th Mar 1894
21st Dec 1907 determinable by tenant on 21st Dec 1900
£25
Champion Of Wales, Broad Quay, Bristol
George Phelps and others
31st Mar 1894
29th Sep 1914
£40

 

The following leasehold premises were mortgaged by Daniel Sykes & Co. on the 15th March 1894, to secure a loan of £8000. The lenders were surgeon Alfred Hugh Benson, of Wrington Somerset, and solicitor Charles Robert Hancock, of Bristol.  The loan was paid out of moneys belonging to them on a joint account, the interest on this loan was set at 5% per annum, to be paid half yearly.

 

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