Thomas Wethered & Sons Ltd

According to records there was a brewery at or near the site from very early days, although the existence of the Marlow Brewery can only be traced back to the 18th Century. The company was registered in 1899 and acquired by Strong & Co of Romsey in 1949. The companies traded separately although the fact that Strong’s were in control was apparent in the labels and other advertising. Brewing ceased in 1988 as Whitbread Wethereds Ltd and final closure came three years later. We have assumed that the jug trademark was used from the 1930s onwards and labels without the jug date from before that. Can anyone help?

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Stopper labels
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Stout early jug era
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XXX Strong Ale wartime
XXX Strong Brown Ale 1960s
XXX Strong Brown Ale 1960s
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XXX Strong Brown Ale pre jug
XXX Strong Brown Ale pre jug

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  • peter s. legat

    the trade mark is of a cauldron – not a jug – and was adopted /registered in 1888. the earlier labels carry this mark.

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