Simpson’s Road Brewery, Thomas Graham, Collingwood

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Brewing was one of Collingwood’s first and fastest-growing industries, and by 1865 there were at least six breweries operating in the district. One of these belonged to Thomas Graham, who began brewing in new premises at the corner of Simpson’s Road (now Victoria Street) and Walmer Street, East Col­lingwood (now Abbotsford). Within a few months Thomas Graham leased his brewery to Robert Murcutt, who traded as Murcutt’s Brewery. This was in 1866, and by April that year the entire plant and equipment, together with the unexpired term of the lease, were put up for auction. Since there were no buyers, Thomas Graham, the owner, resumed control, and continued running the business as Simpson’s Road Brewery until his death in 1871.

Henry Boyd and Francis Head had sold their Crown Brewery in Fitzroy, and in 1874 they took over Graham’s Brewery and changed the name to the Shamrock Brewery. For thirteen years Boyd & Head ran a very successful business, and when Francis Head retired in 1887 the business was floated as the Shamrock Brewing & Malting Co. Ltd with a capital of £10,000. This brewery became one of the breweries that amalgamated into CUB in 1907.

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This is a fantastic Australian brewery poster to compliment any wall. These prints
are highly collectable and a refreshing way to bring colour and verve onto any wall.
Our high quality art prints come professionally printed on art paper stock which
allows for a vivid image with exceptional colour vibrance and print quality. You will
not be disappointed with the quality and workmanship. We have an extensive
collection of brewery photographic and poster art and if you require something not
displayed on our site do not hesitate to contact us to see if we have it, you may be
pleasantly surprised.

We are adding new product and product types everyday. This piece comes in
multiple sizes for your convenience.

Shipping and Packing
Our products are delivered with a tissue wrap and rolled into a secured tube or
envelope (sandwiched between cardboard stiffeners to eliminate damage). Our
postage costs are for Australian customers only, for international sales please
contact us prior to purchase to arrange a quote for delivery. We ship via Australia
Post for all our art prints. Private courier can be arranged by request.

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Size

A1, A2, A3

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