Building Details - Architects of South Australia

Building NameOld Lion Hotel
Client NameWilliam Beaglehole
Street No.161-175
Street NameMelbourne Street
SuburbNorth Adelaide
Year Designed1880
Year Completed
Other ConsultantsDaniel Garlick, architect Brown and Thompson, builders
Heritage ListingState Heritage Register
LinksSA Heritage Places database

The brewery and malthouse were built for Messrs Bailey and Stanley, to a design by the architect Daniel Garlick. In 1871, Garlick advertised for tenders for the excavation of a large cellar and the erection of a brewery. In 1872, tenders were advertised for the construction of the malthouse, kiln and store. The successful tenderers were Brown and Thompson (AHPI).
Undertaking alterations and additions to the Lion Brewery in 1873 and 1875, Cumming called for tenders in 1880 for the construction of the Lion Hotel at the corner of Jerningham and Melbourne Streets (Marsden et al 1990: 338; SHR 13559).
Now known as the Lion Hotel.

Architect NameCumming, James

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