Acquired by the Cheltenham Original Brewery in 1898.
G. Stibbs, Vernon Place, Bath Road (1856)
Thomas George Stibbs, Sherborne Place (1858-9)
G. Stibbs, Albion Street (1863 Post Office Directory)
George Stibbs, Steam Brewery, Albion Street (1868 Slaters Directory)

Cheltenham Steam Brewery, Albion Street. Families supplied with these genuine ales, brewed expressly for their use. Delivered in town and neighbourhood in casks of all sizes.
X 10d. per gallon
XX 1s. per gallon
XXX 1s. 4d. per gallon
Brown Stout 1s. 4d. per gallon
A.K. Bitter 1s. 2d. per gallon (in nine gallon casks)
G. Stibbs, proprietor. The trade supplied. Branch office: 8, Suffolk Parade, opposite St. James Church.” (Addenda to the Royal Cheltenham 1871)

George Stibbs, Steam Brewery, Sherborne Place, Albion Street, Mitre Street, Sandford Street, 8 Suffolk Parade and 28 Albert Street (sic) (Royal Cheltenham and District Directory 1878)
George Stibbs (Cheltenham Post Office Guide 1891-92)
George Stibbs, 28 Albert Place. 1891
George Richard Stibbs (Suffolk Stores, 1891)

Tied Houses
Cleveland Inn, 18 Tewkesbury Road
Cross Hands Inn, Kilkeney (now Kilkeney Inn)
Hatherley Inn, Hatherley Road
Mitre Inn, Sandford Street
Portland Inn, Sherborne Street
Ram Inn, America Passage
Royal Oak, Andoversford (Withington parish)
Steam Brewery, Albion Street (beerhouse, 6 day license, closed 11 pm)
Suffolk Ale and Porter Stores, Suffolk Parade
Worcester Arms, Tewkesbury Road

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