Looking back at Sheffield's breweries

Did you work in one of Sheffield’s breweries?

Thursday, 17th October 2019, 11:54 am
Updated Friday, 1st November 2019, 12:29 pm
The bottling plant at Tennant's Exchange Brewery, Sheffield, 1962

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Mr Arthur Atkins, brew house foreman at Tennant's Brewery, takes the temperature of the boiling beer in the coppers in the brew house, and Mr George Elvin adds hops to one of the coppers during the brewing, 1963
The kegging plant at Whitbread's Brewery in 1984
The Jagenberg labeller in the new Gold Label barley wine complex in Whitbread's Exchange Brewery, Sheffield, 1985

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Checking up on the first process in the brewing of beer. The temperature of the mash - or porridge - has to be regulated to meet the changing conditions of the atmosphere, December 1945
The "turquoise monster" at Tennant's Brewery, Sheffield. The filling machine is in the centre of the picture and the crowning machine on the left. This plant bottles 18,000 nips of Gold Label Barley Wine every hour of its working day, 1955
Scene from the past of Ward's Brewery employees in the 1840s
The Stones/Bass Cannon Brewery, Rutland Road, 1990