Industrial Heritage Online

Recording Our Industrial Heritage

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Industrial Heritage Online

Recording and Communicating Our Industrial Heritage

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Windmill Hill Brewery, Halifax West Yorkshire

The Windmill Hill Brewery,Northowram was a small, purpose-built brewery complex, created in 1897 by James Alderson as a replacement for the Lower Brear Brewery. The architect for the work was Joseph Frederick Walsh and was initially called Park Brewery, but changed its name shortly after opening, converting to a limited liability company in 1900. The Windmill Hill concern was on friendly terms with the Warley Springs Brewery and the two firms merged around the year 1910, brewing ceased at Northowram soon afterwards. View of former stables and outhouses, July 1987.

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