All that remains of the substantial Manchester Brewery and malthouse complex is the three storey finely-detailed brick Manchester Street Maltings of the 1880s, with a separate squarish kiln house at the south-west side. There is a fine large timber sack hoist enclosure on the south end of the malthouse. The kiln house has a steep pyramidal roof topped with its original louvre vent. The main brewery [SMR 32120] has been demolished, as has the c.1870 Surrey Street malthouse now replaced by a block of flats. The remaining buildings are in mixed commercial use. (1)
Ashbourne Road, Stretton's Manchester Brewery maltings. Once an important group of malthouses and brewery offices designed by George Henry Sheffield for Stretton's Ltd. The whole was surveyed and recorded for English Heritage by Amber Patrick in 1994 but listing was refused. Cottages on Manchester Street behind provided for the workforce. (2)
Remaining buildings of the former Ashbourne Road Brewery and Maltings, by G. H. Sheffield, dating from the 1880s. Now converted to residential but maintaining features such as the original louvre vent at the top of the former kiln house pyramidal roof, and timber sack hoist enclosure on the former malthouse. Brick with slate roofs, and modern windows. (3)
Bibliographic reference: Fowkes, D (ed.). 2003. Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology. A Gazetteer of Sites. Part VII. City of Derby.. p 2.
Unpublished document: 2007. 'Derby Civic Society Suggested Local List Additions', Derby Civic Society Newsletter. No. 85, pp 15-26. p 15.
Bibliographic reference: Derby City Council. 2010. City of Derby Local List. p 51.
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