TITLE

Brewery visit

PUB. DATE
June 2006
SOURCE
Management Services;Summer2006, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article relates the visit of a group of North West region members of the Institute of Management Services and friends to Robinson's Brewery in Stockport in April 2006. In 1837 Frederic Robinson, a textile worker, found himself unemployed and purchased a public house, the Unicorn in Hillgate. In 1838 he opened his own brewery nearby. Later he purchased 12 other pubs as outlets for his popular ale and the expanding business was eventually passed on to his sons and grandsons. Fermentation, takes place at a lower level. Hops yeast and water are mixed in the fermenting vessel at specific temperatures, depending on whether beer or lager is required. In the vats the group saw frothing, bubbling brew and inhaled the delightful aroma. When ready, the brew is run off and tankered to the company's bottling plant in Bredbury.
ACCESSION #
21388913

 

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