Great British Pubs

A celebration of every kind of pub in Britain, from idylic country gastropubs to urban ultra-modern cask bars and everything in between. The book features full colour photography and additional sections on the history of the British pub.

A fascinating celebration of the British pub‘ – the Financial Times

Adrian Tierney-Jones is an award-winning journalist and author who specialises in beer, food, pubs and travel and how they combine.  Adrian co-authored CAMRA’s Britain’s Beer Revolution.





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About The Author

Adrian Tierney-Jones

Adrian Tierney-Jones

Adrian has been writing books since 2002 when he started with West Country Ales — since then his books have included The Big Book of Beer , Great British Pubs, Britain’s Beer Revolution (co-written with Roger Protz), World Bottled Beers, London and his latest, The Seven Moods of Craft Beer in which he asserts that beers have their own mood that can match the drinker’s.

A good pub is a comfort, a cross-roads of social mobility, a centre of communication and a place where the prospect of a great beer sustains during the long working day. There are city pubs, suburban pubs, seaside pubs, village pubs, in-the-middle-of–nowhere pubs, stylish pubs, no-frills pubs and brewpubs where the beer is freshly brewed on the premises. Great British Pubs celebrates this unique national institution. Categorised listings of over 200 pubs throughout Britain that everyone should seek out. including:
  • 23 categories encompassing the best brewpubs, country pubs, community pubs, family pubs and many more
  • Engaging, in-depth reviews of each pub to help readers get the most out of their visit
  • Details of cask ale served at each pub along with opening times and contact details
  • Informative and entertaining features on beer and pub history and culture
  • Publisher : CAMRA Books (23 Oct. 2014)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 288 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1852493216
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1852493219
  • Dimensions : 17.78 x 2.29 x 23.5 cm