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Brains Brewery puts popular pubs up for sale

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A number of popular South Wales pubs are due to be sold by family-owned Welsh brewer SA Brain.

The venues are amongst 99 across South Wales which are up for sale, with an asking price of £87.3m.

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In Swansea, the pubs affected by the sale are:

  • Black Boy in Killay
  • Builders Arms on Oxford Street in the city centre
  • Commercial Hotel in Gowerton
  • Fountain Inn on Woodfield Street in Morriston
  • Hen Dderwen in Sketty Park
  • Old Inn in Penllergaer
  • Plough and Harrow in Murton
  • Pump House in Swansea’s Marina
  • Reverend James in Loughor
  • Tafarn Y Trapp in Kingsbridge
  • Three Sisters in Cwmbwrla

Pubs in Carmarthenshire affected include:

  • Plume of Feathers in Carmarthen
  • Savoy Country Inn in St Clears
  • Tafarn Tanerdy in Tanerdy
  • Great Western in Ammanford
  • Half Moon in Llanelli
  • Thomas Arms in Llanelli
  • Tafarn y Pheonix in Gorslas
  • Stradey Arms in Furnace
  • Tafarn Morlais in Llangennech

In Neath Port Talbot just one pub is affected:

  • The Twelve Knights in Margam

Peter Constantine, managing director of the Avison Young’s leisure team who are handling the sale, said: “This is a rare opportunity to acquire a large, high-quality package of public houses located in strong trading positions across Wales. They benefit from a secure income stream let to an excellent covenant. We anticipate significant levels of demand as packages of this quality rarely come to the market.”

The move comes after the historic Welsh brewery handed over the running of all of it’s 156 Welsh pubs to national brewery chain Marston’s in January this year.

SA Brain is also looking to sell its Cardiff brewing operation.

(Lead image: SA Brains)

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