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    Default Grove Inn, Brearley - October 2016


    In the 1830s, the pub was built as a part of the Grove Brewery. The pub was originally part of The Grove brewery and later became part of Whitakers. It continued brewing until 1906 when it was sold off piecemeal with the brew house being used as a biscuit factory, the malt kiln and stables eventually becoming a car park. The pub closed in 2008.

    Just walked by this with two non-members and noticed the door was open so in we went, returned an hour or two later with a better camera.























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    Grabbed your opportunity degenerate, nice one I enjoyed it, Thanks
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    Nice one, thanks.

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    Nice one, good to see boozers coming up still.
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    Grabbed your opportunity degenerate, nice one I enjoyed it, Thanks

    Glad I did, next day the door was locked up tight!
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    Was the duck still alive down there?

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