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Gales of Horndean

the Hampshire brewers : 150 years

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        StatementGeorge Gale & Co
        PublishersGeorge Gale & Co
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        LC Classifications1997
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 112 p. :
        Number of Pages43
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10095296130X
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" But the closure was attacked by consumer group the Campaign for Real Ale Camrawhich described it as a black day for brewing in Hampshire. Grist is carried to the Mash Tun by means of a bucket elevator known as "Jacobs Ladder". In 1964 there was a car accident and the statue was damaged beyond repair.

Gales Park, Horndean

Folk love to come and see the villages as they were and see pictures and of the Gales of Horndean where their house was built. In the early hours of a Saturday morning on 1st June 1991 a six tonne copper arrived at the Brewery and the A3 was closed to allow this copper to be hoisted by crane and installed in the new process room with a capacity of 200 barrels 57,600 pints.

His local one was held at Morley Crescent, Cowplain photo above. The oldest son, Richard Rogers, survived just long enough to produce an heir also called Richard Rogers and so it was a younger son, George Alexander, who took charge of the family business. George Gale and Company should have been Richard Gale and Company but for a tragic twist of fate. Unfortunately this is unavoidable, but will only last a few evenings. We have asked if the roadworks can reach a natural conclusion and be removed over the weekend to give 4 days respite and avoid unnecessary delays.

The shelter took him to the right council officers to get the right support the next morning. The current Sample Gales of Horndean was originally the old bar and the bedrooms are now used as storerooms and what is now the Cellar was once stabling. He learned the brewing profession and following the retirement of Head Brewer, Ted Argyle, innovator of H.

Our expertise covers all sectors of the construction industry with our main workload coming from the residential sector for large-scale national housing developers. B which is a product for which Gales' have become nationally known and which many brewers have tried to emulate.

Since it was erected the names of the Second World War casualties and one from Afghanistan have been added making a total of 115 names on the monument. I remember one night a piece of shrapnel narrowly missing my brother Donald who was outside watching the raid.

Gales Brewery (George Gale & Co. Ltd) Horndean

The original well has been covered over with a concrete floor. In 2011 PPA achieved planning approval for a mixed use redevelopment of Gales of Horndean Gales Brewery site in Horndean.

He came to Gales after 12 years with Courage where he held a number of senior positions. This company was formed to administer the Managed Houses in 1973.

In conclusion I must quote these words which are painted on the wall in the Fermenting Room of the Portsmouth and Brighton United Breweries which surely must also pertain to George Gale and Company, Ltd. I have visited this place several times and viewed the D-Day map on the wall that Eisenhower and General Montgomery must have stared at for hours. Reuse of bricks was considered but it was not felt sufficient could be salvaged After careful consideration the use of the Lingfield Red Multi or Irish Rose both used on the new construction with a suitable buff feature brick has been agreed.