The Coldstream Brewery Co Ltd was formed in 1922 (Scottish Company No 12418) to take on the business of J. & A. Davidson (Coldstream) Ltd.
The company's trademark was a stag.
Amongst the beers produced by the firm were: Brown Ale, Dinner Ale, Dump Ale, India Pale Ale, Special London Stout, Stag Ale, and Stingo.
It was eventually taken over by Vaux and Associated Breweries Ltd of Sunderland, and was wound up in 1944.
The Coldstream Brewery was founded in the second half of the 1790s and passed through the hands of a number of owners before being acquired by the Coldstream Brewery Co Ltd.
The brewery consisted of "an attractive group of 1- and 2- storey rubble buildings around a courtyard", parts of which survive today as housing.
The National Records of Scotland holds dissolved company papers (Ref : BT2/12418) for the period 1922-1944).