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London! Brewing capital By Ronald Pattinson
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The story of beer and brewing in Britain's former beer capital: London! Thrill to the scale of Thrale. Wonder at Watneys. Cower before Courage. Tremor towards Truman. Balk at Barclay Perkins. Lock... More > with Wenlock. Love Lovibond. You get the drift. The history of brewing in London: a fascinating story with a few unexpected twists. Porter, Pale Ale and Mild Ale all play their part. Not forgetting the almost-forgotten Burton Ale.< Less
London! Brewing capital By Ronald Pattinson
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The story of beer and brewing in Britain's former beer capital: London! Thrill to the scale of Thrale. Wonder at Watneys. Cower before Courage. Tremor facing Truman. Balk at Barclay Perkins. Lock... More > with Wenlock. Love Lovibond. You get the drift.< Less
London! Brewing capital (budget) By Ronald Pattinson
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The story of beer and brewing in Britain's former beer capital: London! Thrill to the scale of Thrale. Wonder at Watneys. Cower before Courage. Tremor facing Truman. Balk at Barclay Perkins. Lock... More > with Wenlock. Love Lovibond. You get the drift.< Less
History's Shadow I: Legends Born (Tahir Edition) By K. Dzr
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Few are blessed with the burden of foresight. Few could feel the wind change, or see the skies darken; a storm was brewing. For centuries, those with magic and those without lived together in peace.... More > Alas, all good things eventually come to an end. 12 sorcerers, condemned to centuries of slumber, would soon awaken. During a time of religious reign, their awakening would be the catalyst that turned man against magic forever. So would begin the witch hunt, the slaughtering of magical creatures once awed. Some would perish; most would hide. Others would build an army in retaliation and the world would be at full out war. All this, with the threat of a dark cult hellbent on resurrecting the one being that should not be resurrected ever looming. “A man does not become great by having it easy; it is adversity that pushes him to greatness.” If that were true, then Tahir and his companions had enough adversity to become some of the greatest people ever to live. This is their story.< Less
PREVIEW: History's Shadow I: Legends Born (Tahir Edition) By K. Dzr
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Few are blessed with the burden of foresight. Few could feel the wind change, or see the skies darken; a storm was brewing. For centuries, those with magic and those without lived together in peace.... More > Alas, all good things eventually come to an end. 12 sorcerers, condemned to centuries of slumber, would soon awaken. During a time of religious reign, their awakening would be the catalyst that turned man against magic forever. So would begin the witch hunt, the slaughtering of magical creatures once awed. Some would perish; most would hide. Others would build an army in retaliation and the world would be at full out war. All this, with the threat of a dark cult hellbent on resurrecting the one being that should not be resurrected ever looming. “A man does not become great by having it easy; it is adversity that pushes him to greatness.” If that were true, then Tahir and his companions had enough adversity to become some of the greatest people ever to live. This is their story.< Less
A BOOK ABOUT PUB NAMES - the history of Britain as told through its pub signs By Elaine Saunders
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Many a good yarn is spun across a bar and there can be few more interesting than the legend, lore and, often, downright lies behind the names of Britain’s pubs. Every town has a Rose &... More > Crown and Rising Sun but how did these names originate? Who were the Wicked Lady, the Marquis of Granby and the Green Man? And what on earth is a Crooked Billet? A BOOK ABOUT PUB NAMES takes an in depth look at hundreds of Britain's most popular signs, telling the religious, royal or scandalous stories behind them. Over 100 illustrations,dozens of links to related websites, chapters on the origins of pubs, old drinking measures and pub trades, make this e-book is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in British or brewing history. And why not follow the Book About Blog for regular updates on pub sign history by clicking here NOW FEATURING ON TV - SEE THE Book About BLOG ABOVE FOR FURTHER DETAILS< Less
Amsterdam Pub Guide By Ronald Pattinson
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A guide to Amsterdam's best pubs. City centre brown cafés, suburban yuppie haunts, even a hippy beach bar. But not anywhere. Only places with decent beer. More than a hundred of them, all... More > told. Pubs and beer shops.< Less
Lager! (UK) By Ronald Pattinson
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The history of Lager - importing, brewing and drinking it - from the pioneers of 1830's to the 1970's boom. Charted in the charts and numbers you'd expect, but with plenty of footnotes, too.... More > Because the properly-written history was just 40 pages, I've filled out the book with lots of the source material I used to write the proper history bit mixed with my ramblings and interpretations. It's more fun than it sounds.< Less
Lager! (UK) hardback edition By Ronald Pattinson
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I can't be bothered to type in all the gabby advert guff again. This is the limited edition (time not copies) hardback of my history of Lager and other bits and bobs. It'll be worth a fortune in... More > years to come, as I expect sales will be almost in double figures. Binary.< Less
Brewers and Distillers by Profession By Raymond Gale Anderson
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As we approached the 125th anniversary of the Laboratory Club, the oldest component of what has become the Institute of Brewing and Distilling, we decided to celebrate the event by commissioning a... More > new history. A book on the history of the Institute of Brewing was already in existence - this covered the period up to 1951 and marked the Institute’s centenary. There had however been no published history of the Brewers’ Guild which amalgamated with the Institute in 2001. A fresh look at the circumstances of the birth of what became the IBD, and the totality of events since 1886, was the most attractive if also the most demanding approach. Telling the story of two organisations whose activities overlapped - and sometimes collided - before they hesitantly came together, adds particular challenges. No apology is made for rigorously documenting the sources used in this book, but it is my intention to temper scholarship with humanity and perhaps even humour; to provide insight into the personalities involved.< Less