Archives on the move!

Archives on the move!

At the end of April more boxes arrived on several large pallets at the Trust’s premises at Station Street, with a final load to follow later this spring. Containing significant amounts of archive material which have been moved from the former museum site, our small...
Trust appoints Marketing Officer

Trust appoints Marketing Officer

The Trust has appointed a freelance Marketing Officer to help us achieve our aim of promoting the National Brewery Collection and Archive. Jenny Procter is an experienced marketing consultant who has worked across a range of industries and sectors. She will help us...
Vacancy: Office Administrator

Vacancy: Office Administrator

Following a period of significant change, we have recently moved into new office premises in the town centre of Burton-upon-Trent. To coordinate the day-to-day administration of this new office facility we are seeking an Office Administrator who can work with us to...
Trust announces patronage

Trust announces patronage

  We are pleased to announce that the Master of the Brewers’ Company has become the Patron of the National Brewery Heritage Trust. The Worshipful Company of Brewers, known as the Brewers’ Company, is one of the ancient Livery Companies of the City of London. Once...
James Eadie – Whisky Offering

James Eadie – Whisky Offering

James Eadie’s 1877 Trade Mark ‘X’ signified Cross Street, the address of his brewery in Burton upon Trent. His great great grandson, Rupert Patrick, has now launched 4 new small batch bottlings inspired by Eadie’s 19th Century pubs: The Blue Boar, The Red Lion,...
Duke of Edinburgh

Duke of Edinburgh

www.nbcarchives.co.uk #NBHTThe Queen & Prince Philip visited Burton in 2002 for the Golden Jubilee. The Prince gave the shires a bucket of ale & then sampled the 100 year old King’s Ale, which he said tasted like Madeira. Then they started the mash for...