John Courage And Anchor Brewhouse, London Bronze Plaque Photo

John Courage and Anchor Brewhouse, London bronze plaque - The Anchor Brewhouse  In December 1787 the Aberdonian John Courage purchased a small brewhouse on this site.  Little more than a year later the first entry in the brewing book records that John Courage had brewed 51 barrles of beer at the Anchor Brewhouse, Horselydown.  Three separate elements, Boilerhouse, Brewhouse and Malt Mill, each expressing different functions in the process of beer making, are united to form the Anchor Brewhouse's characterful and picturesque composition.  The building i

John Courage And Anchor Brewhouse, London Bronze Plaque Map


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