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The Horsham Brewery
Formed from the merger of King & Sons, a maltsters set up in 1850, and G. H. Barnes & Co., a brewers dating back to 1800, in 1906 this family owned brewery survived until they were taken over by Hall & Woodhouse in Spring 2000, with all production at Horsham ceasing with Sussex Bitter and Old Ale are brewed at Hall & Woodhouse, Mild Ale being brewed at the Hall & Woodhouse owned Gribble Inn. The last member of the King family involved in the company still brews in Horsham as WJ King & Co (Brewers). The King & Barnes brand died out in late 2008.
We do not maintain a list of beers brewed by each brewery. There may be a list on the brewery's own website. For historical information, we suggest you also visit the brewery page on the unfortunately no longer updated Beermad.
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Last Updated : 29th July 2013