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Pub - Wikipedia

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A pub, or public house, is an establishment licensed to sell alcoholic drinks, which traditionally .... Traditional English ale was made solely from fermented malt. ..... of historical notability an...

The History of the British Pub - Historic UK

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Read about the origins of British and English Pubs and Inns.

The history of the English pub - Telegraph

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An illustrated history of that most venerable institution, the English pub.

The Local: A History of the English Pub: Paul Jennings - Amazon.com

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The English Pub - England Forever

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England has, over the years, become known for its pub culture. Pubs (short for Public Houses) grace almost every street and are known for their tradition and ...

Researching the History of Pubs, Inns and Hotels in Britain

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Nov 2, 2016 ... An outline history of alehouses, inns, taverns, public houses and hotels ... Haydon, P., The English Pub: A History (1994); reprinted as Beer and ...

A Brief History of Pubs - Countrylovers.co.uk

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A Brief History of the English Pub - Countrylovers.co.uk -

The decline of the British pub in favour of bars and ... - History Extra

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Jun 21, 2014 ... The decline of the pub: what can we learn from history? ... English men and women drinking in The Duke of Brunswick pub on New Cut in ...

The Local: A History of the English Pub

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Though much has been written about the public house, this is the first scholarly survey which synthesises previous scholarship with original research.