Pubs of Manchester

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Saturday, 1 June 2013

Grove Inn, Brewery Street

Grove Inn (centre), Brewery Street, Salford. (c) Neil Richardson [1].

The Grove Inn can be traced back to a shop run by a butcher on the corner of Rosamond Street and Brewery Street, off Peru Street.  The beerhouse opened in 1836 and in the 1860s, the licensee was a Joseph Holt (probably not not the Joseph Holt) before Groves & Whitnall bought the leasehold in 1898.  The beerhouse was in a bad state so the brewery rebuilt the Grove Inn with a parlour to the front, kitchen at the side and a scullary.  It lasted until 1955 when it was pulled down as part of the Trinity clearance scheme [1].  Brewery Street was lost during redevelopments but it ran pretty much where Brotherton Drive is today, from Peru Street to St Stephen Street.

1. Salford Pubs Part One: the Old Town, including Chapel Street, Greengate and the Adelphi, Neil Richardson (2003).

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