Thomas Vernor

Thomas Vernor ran a brewery on the site of what became known as the Fisherrow Brewery from at least 1741. His son Robert Vernor inherited the brewery in the 1780s.

Location: Fisherrow

Active: 1740s - 1780s

Status: Transferred

Breweries and other buildings

The Fisherrow Brewery was situated on the east side of Fisher's Wynd and grew from a brewhouse, malt barns and stables, arranged around a cobbled yard, to a large complex that extended from the High Street to New Street. The site is now mainly occupied by a post-war housing development.

Objects


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Location
Map of 1853 showing the location of the Fisherrow Brewery
© National Library of Scotland, 2017

Other Sources of information

Books and periodicals

Lawrie, J. Honesty brewing: a history of the breweries, maltings and distilleries of Musselburgh and Fisherrow. Kennoway: Spiderwize, 2009.