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London's Best Pubs (2nd Edition): A Guide to London's Most Interesting and Unusual Pubs
     

London's Best Pubs (2nd Edition): A Guide to London's Most Interesting and Unusual Pubs

by Peter Haydon, Tim Hampson
 

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A thirst-inducing exploration of London's best drinking establishments, and an indispensable guide for pub aficionados everywhere. The London pub is an institution and this completely updated book gives the full lowdown on 117 of the best choices in the city, from East End boozers to smarter venues outside the centre. Divided by area and accompanied by photography

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A thirst-inducing exploration of London's best drinking establishments, and an indispensable guide for pub aficionados everywhere. The London pub is an institution and this completely updated book gives the full lowdown on 117 of the best choices in the city, from East End boozers to smarter venues outside the centre. Divided by area and accompanied by photography showcasing both interiors and exteriors, the pubs described here will appeal to a broad range of visitors, both tourists and London residents alike. Every entry features an overview of the cask ales on offer, together with informative historical and architectural snapshots and details on the character of each pub. Maps at the beginning of each area chapter enable the reader to find the way to their chosen drinking hole. In addition, a special Where to go if you like... section lists particularly special pub choices by interest. Featuring the best choices in the city, wherever you are.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781847739193
Publisher:
New Holland Publishers, Limited UK
Publication date:
06/05/2012
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
6.70(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Peter Haydon is a pub historian who spent three years editing the Society of Independent Brewers' magazine before becoming the society's General Secretary for four and a half years. Also the author of The English Pub (now republished as Beer and Britannia: An Inebriated History of England) and the editor of Which? Guide to Country Pubs and a CAMRA guide to the best pubs in London, he regularly gives talks on beer pubs and England's Drinking History. He is a director of the Meantime Brewing Company. Tim Hampson is a writer and regular broadcaster on beer and public houses. Chairman of the British Guild of Beer Writers, his work appears in the Telegraph, Food & Travel magazine, What's Brewing and Morning Advertiser. He has also appeared on BBC Good Food Live and Sky TV. He is also the author of London's Riverside Pubs (New Holland).

Peter Haydon is a pub historian who spent three years editing the Society of Independent Brewers' magazine before becoming the society's General Secretary for four and a half years. Also the author of The English Pub (now republished as Beer and Britannia: An Inebriated History of England) and the editor of Which? Guide to Country Pubs and a CAMRA guide to the best pubs in London, he regularly gives talks on beer pubs and England's Drinking History. He is a director of the Meantime Brewing Company. Tim Hampson is a writer and regular broadcaster on beer and public houses. Chairman of the British Guild of Beer Writers, his work appears in the Telegraph, Food & Travel magazine, What's Brewing and Morning Advertiser. He has also appeared on BBC Good Food Live and Sky TV. He is also the author of London's Riverside Pubs (New Holland).

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