Thomsons and Co

P. Thomson, a farmer at North Mains of Strathallan, was one of the partners in Thomsons & Co, which had taken on the lease of the Auchterarder Brewery by 1841. The partnership was most probably the successor to Thomson & Garbois, but little is known about it other than that its brewery utensils were offered for sale in 1841, at the same time as offers were invited for the lease of the brewery.

Location: Auchterarder

Active: 1841 - 1841

Status: Closed

Breweries and other buildings

The Auchterarder Brewery was most probably what was previously known as the Ruthvenbank Brewery. Nothing remains of the brewery buildings, and the site is now part of a field.

Objects


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Location
Map of 1860 showing the probable site of the Auchterarder Brewery
© National Library of Scotland, 2016

Other Sources of information

Books and periodicals

Anon. Auchterarder Brewery, etc., for sale. Perthshire Advertiser, 21st October, 1841.