Hindhaugh, Trotter and Co

The partnership of Hindhaugh, Trotter & Co was established by Philip Trotter and Mr Hindhaugh around 1826 to take on the tenancy of the Coldstream Brewery from Thomas Jopling. This was probably Robert Hindaugh, who was associated with the nearby Rothbury Brewery.

Philip Trotter died in 1847, and Robert Hindhaugh in 1850.

Location: Coldstream

Active: 1826 - 1847

Status: Dissolved

Breweries and other buildings

The Coldstream Brewery was founded in the the second half of the 1790s and was offered for sale following Thomas Jopling's death in 1846.

The brewery consisted of "an attractive group of 1- and 2- storey rubble buildings around a courtyard", parts of which survive today as housing.


Map of 1819 showing the Coldstream Brewery
Map of 1819 showing the Coldstream Brewery
© National Library of Scotland, 2015


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Other Sources of information

Books and periodicals

Hume, J. R. The industrial archaeology of Scotland, 1: The Lowlands and Borders. London: B. T. Batsford, 1976.