Hull History Centre C DBHT/5/612
The following documents relate to the valuation of the New Trent Brewery carried out in 1884;
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Sheet 1 – Particulars of houses and other properties of the firm and of Mr Robinson.
Sheet 2 – Sundry particulars relating to the houses, the property of the firm or supplied by them.
Sheet 3 – Sundry particulars relating to the houses, the property of the firm or supplied by them.
Sheet 4 – Further particulars of properties. (Dockin Hill Tavern, Doncaster; Darby & Joan, Crowle; Wheat Sheaf, Belton; The Red Lion, Doncaster; Robinson’s Hotel, Ealand}
Also includes a summary of Brewery turnover which had significantly fallen off between 1879 (£8,900) and 1883 (£4,054). This was put down to “The inferior brewings and the disputes between the partners account for the falling off of the trade in the latter years “
Darby & Joan, Crowle – Details
Fishmonger’s Arms, Crowle – Details
Brewery Cost Estimates