Britain's 500 Best PubsPaperback
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- Publisher: Carlton Books Ltd
- Format: Paperback | 384 pages
- Dimensions: 125mm x 236mm x 35mm | 586g
- Publication date: 2 April 2002
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 1842225529
- ISBN 13: 9781842225523
- Illustrations note: 60 colour illustrations, 10 maps
- Sales rank: 1,474,336
Award-winning beer writer Roger Protz takes the reader on a fascinating jaunt around 500 of the most famous and noteworthy pubs in the British Isles. Divided into sections so that the reader can easily choose which types of pubs they prefer, each section is illustrated by an original watercolour of one of the featured pubs by the talented young artist Louise Wilde. The entry for each pub will contain its full address, telephone number, directions for finding it, plus a description of its architectural features, its history, setting, ambience and information on the type of food, beer and wine available.
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Roger Protz is Britain's leading writer on beer, pubs and brewing history. He has twice won the British Guild of Beer Writers' prestigious Gold Tankard for his work. A former editor of the Good Beer Guide and now editor of CAMRA's national newspaper What's Brewing, he also writes for The Guardian, The Observer and the Daily Star. His many books include The Great British Beer Book and the best-selling Real Ale Drinker's Almanac, now in its third edition. He is a regular contributor to Radio 4's Food Programme and has appeared on television in such programmes as Food and Drink and The Food Programme. He lives in St Albans, Hertfordshire.
Table of contents
Pubs with exceptional gardens; pubs that brew their own beer; pubs with exceptional food; pubs with good accommodation; riverside pubs; seaside pubs; Britain's oldest pubs; pubs with sporting connections; pubs with artistic connections; pubs with memorabilia collections; pubs with literary connections; pubs with good walks; haunted pubs and many others.