|Pub With Brewery Attached|
|Address||Borough Arms Brewery|
The Borough Arms
33 Earle Street
First brewed on 17th March 2005. The 2½BBL plant used was previously at Town House. The pub was sold in November 2005 and brewing has been suspended for the time being. Brewing restarted in March 2006 although was suspended soon afterwards. It restarted once more in October 2008. Brewing was once more suspended towards the end of 2014. Brewing restarted in early 2019 but by the end of the year, brewing had ceased and the brew plant had been removed.
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Last Updated : 1st September 2020 by RP