Stutter & Gallant brewery
In 1823 Pigot's Directory Stutter & Gallard are listed as brewers (Guildhall st).
A report in the Ipswich Journal** in Apr 1830 states that :
To be sold by auction, the remaining part of the extensive brewing plant of Messrs Stutter and Gallant, Bury St. Edmundâ€™s. Amongst this valuable property is a brewing copper which holds 60 barrels, horse power malt mill, 3 wort pumps, nearly 200ft of lead pipe, 12 oak beer vats, of 300, 150, 100, and 60 barrels each; 60 puncheons, 60 hogsheads, 120 barrels, 80 kilderkins, and 90 firkin casks. Also a broad wheel wagon, 2 tumbrels, a tumbrel cart, 3beer drays, a beer truck; 4 bags of hops, malt screens, a dressing machine, chaff engine, large scales, sack and malt barrows, an assortment of Cooperâ€™s tools, and numerous outdoor effects. To be viewed at the malting in St. Andrewâ€™s Street.
Extract from the Ipswich Journal (edition dated 6th June, 1829, Page 3 paragraph 4).
Old established public brewery - Capital Maltings and extensive graneries, 10 public houses in the environs of Bury St Edmunds. Brewery in Guildhall Street, Bury St Edmunds.
The property of STUTTER & GALLANT
Also the following public houses in full trade with the benefit of being free houses.
1 The White Horse, Hawleigh - On the turnpike road from Bury to Stowmarket
2 Half Moon, Rattlesden, near Woolpit
3 Bells, Bardwell, near Ixworth with 6 acres of land
4 Cock, Stanton, on the turnpike road from Bury to Norwich + garden & cottage
5 Queens Head, Hawkedon, near Hartest
6 The late Wheatsheaf, Ouseden, near Newmarket, ??? & blacksmith's shop
7 Chequers, Enswell, near Mildenhall with 8 acres
8 Three Kings, Fornham All Saints, near Bury St Edmunds
9 George, Stanton, near Ixworth, on the road leading to Hopton, with 7 acres
10 Bull, Hargrave, near Bury with 7 acres
The White Horse, Badwell Ash, previously advertised with the above, has been disposed of by private contract.
(information supplied by Bob Mitchell)