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  1. Real Ale Guide: Newark, Southwell & District (2012)

    Real Ale Guide: Newark, Southwell & District (2012)

    Recently published for the first time by CAMRA with Capital Media, this extensive guide to pubs and real ale in Newark & Southwell is the ideal bible for all real ale enthusiasts. From country inns to urban style bars and backstreet boozers, all selected and reviewed by Newark’s CAMRA members, this is your definitive guide to finding the perfect pint. Learn More

    Regular Price: £4.00

    Special Price £3.00

  2. New Forest Pub Guide (2011)

    New Forest Pub Guide (2011)

    When the New Forest National Park was created we saw the need for a guide to its pubs. This guide lists every pub and hotel bar (190 of them), open to non-resident visitors, within the combined areas of the New Forest District Council and National Park. Amongst other things, the full-colour guide contains, pubs & inns, pub facilities, breweries & beers, opening hours, public transport information, detailed area maps and a fold-out area map. Learn More

    Regular Price: £5.99

    Special Price £3.99

  3. Billy's Book of Loughborough Boozers

    Billy's Book of Loughborough Boozers

    A loving and personal celebration of the historic pubs in and around Loughborough. Learn More
    £17.99
  4. Inn at the Top

    The Inn at the Top

    The delightful tale of a young couple who in the late 1970s, on impulse, became the new landlords of the most remote, bleak and lonely pub - The Tan Hill Inn - located in the bleak landscape of the Yorkshire Dales. Learn More
    £8.99

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  5. Unusual Railway Pubs

    Unusual Railway Pubs, Refreshment Rooms and Ale Trains

    Queen Victoria's private waiting room, the setting for the film classic Brief Encounter, a Lincolnshire signal cabin, a pre-war parcels van, a gas-lit ladies' waiting room, and a wooden carriage of 1876 - these are just some of the locations that serve as station pubs with a difference. You can, quite literally, drink in Britain's railway history (and dine too) in the world's first purpose-built railwayman's inn, or the Metropolitan Railway's headquarters, or the terminus of the late lamented Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway. The author, Bob Barton, has spent five years visiting remarkable hostelries where cask ale and coffee is served along with generous portions of railway heritage, and now you can too with the help of this lavishly illustrated guide. (144pp, hardback, profusely illustrated in colour throughout) Learn More
    £16.99
  6. School of Booze

    School of Booze

    As Dr Johnson memorably wrote 'Alcohol is life's second greatest pleasure'. Humans were seeking out alcohol from the moment they first walked. This book contains everything you have ever wanted to know about drink, from how to make absinthe to the cultural history of zythos (beer). Packed with fascinating miscellany and curious facts to entertain your friends at the pub, this book is an essential compendium of knowledge and after you have read it you will be a graduate from the School of Booze. And remember, homework can be done at the pub. Bottoms up! Learn More
    £9.99
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    Breweriana: American Beer Collectibles

    Author Kevin Kious explores the history of beer and collecting in Breweriana, looking at the evolution of beer cans, paper advertising, packaging, and signage, as well as how Prohibition affected the industry in the 1920s and early 1930s and how consolidation changed things in the 1970s.

    Breweriana will be of interest not only to beer lovers but also to readers with an interest in advertising, packaging, and signage.

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    £6.99
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    Beer O`Clock: Craft, Cask and Culture

    Beer is the world's most popular alcoholic drink - a joygiving, convivial, nutritious and delicious gift from nature and possibly the most diverse alcoholic libation with over 100 different styles and thousands of brands. Learn More
    £9.99
  9. Mikkeller's Book of Beer

    Mikkeller's Book of Beer

    The man behind Mikkeller brewery offers his guide to the best beers. Discover how he got started in the business, and learn about the ever-growing Nordic beer revolution, with its fascinating origins. Then find out everything you have ever wanted to know about this highly versatile drink with an in-depth look at various beer types and the intrinsic differences between them. Drawing on his years of experimenting with tastes, textures and techniques in the art of beer brewing, Mikkel offers you his own extraordinary insights into the processes behind your favourite beers.

    Starting with the basics, discover how to make beer at home with easy-to-follow recipes that cover many of the sought-after brews that Mikkeller and his friends have become known for. In addition to this, learn about how to taste beer and understand its flavours. With a chapter dedicated to food, Mikkel offers an alternative to wine with meals and teaches us which beers work best with what foods, as well as providing us with a few tasty recipes of his own

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    £20.00
  10. CAMRA at 40

    CAMRA at 40

    CAMRA at 40 is a collection of essays by beer writers, brewing industry representatives and a host of others involved with the Campaign for Real Ale. The book charts the campaign's four decades of history and looks forward to the future of real beer in Britain.

    Published November 2011

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    £7.99

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