The Lost Beers Breweries of Britian

A nostalgic look at British beers and breweries which have gone - but are far from forgotten

The Lost Beers   Breweries of Britian

Author: Brian Glover

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 1445620499

Page: 192

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Brian Glover provides a nostalgic look at the breweries which have vanished, packed with colourful illustrations showing the fine art of selling beer. It's a rare chance to drink in the past.

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