Gray and Sons

The Gray Family came into brewing in 1828 at the Springfield Road Brewery in Chelmsford, Essex. It is thought that there was a brewery at the Black Boy Coaching Inn and it was this that later became the main brewery.

In 1870 the Maldon Brewery in Gate Street was bought to supply the growing number of pubs in the area, and was eventually closed in 1954, and the local public houses were supplied from Chelmsford

Stock, Mild and Bitter were the main brews, but the Springfield Road Brewery ceased brewing in 1974. Since then the list of beers available has increased dramatically and the tenants can now choose from a variety of monthly guest ales from around the country. There is also a large choice from small local breweries, plus Adnams. A wide portfolio of lagers and bottled beers are also available.

Gray & Sons (Chelmsford) Ltd
Rognals Lane

01245 475181

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£120 million

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