W T Solomon and Co

William Thomas Solomon built up a substantial brewing, malting, bottling, aerated waters, and wine and spirits business which traded as W. T. Solomon & Co. William became the tenant of the Newton Stewart Brewery after Bryce Wright died in 1864, and then acquired it when it was offered for sale in 1880. In 1898 the South-Western Brewery Company Ltd was established to buy his various drinks businesses for £30,000.

Location: Newton Stewart

Active: 1860s - 1898

Status: Acquired

Breweries and other buildings

The Newton Stewart Brewery was located in King Street by the river Cree. Some of the buildings still stand including, "the commodious dwelling-house", and have been converted to residential properties.

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Location
Map of 1894 showing the Newton Stewart Brewery
© National Library of Scotland, 2015

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