London’s Riverside is a guide to 100 of the best pubs located on or near the river Thames, the canals and the Lea. The guide features pubs from as far west as Walton-on-Thames through the City of London to Greenwich in the East.
Written in 1939 on the eve of the Second World war, The Local tours some of the pubs of London with Maurice Gorham as your guide and Edward Ardizzone as your illustrator. The book is split into 14 chapters covering the regulars, the barmaids, the different lounges and bars and the long forgotten aspects of […]
The Inns of Wiltshire is a comprehensive and lavishly-illustrated survey of over 170 pubs in the Wilthsire area.
Fancyapint? in London is a comprehensive guide to pubs in London. It contains reviews of over 650 pubs across the capital and they are handily organised by underground, overground and DLR stations.
The Real Ale Pub Guide 2011 is a guide designed to help you find the ‘best beers in Britain’.
The guide covers the whole of the UK and features more than 3,500 pubs, free houses and brew pubs.
The Good Beer Guide is the definitive guide to British pubs and is the UK’s no. 1 bestselling guide book.
Now in it’s 29th year, the book features over 5,000 pubs from the Shetlands down to the Isles of Scilly.
Real Heritage Pubs of Wales – Pub Interiors of Special Historic Interest is a CAMRA book that is based on their Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors in Wales. Published in June 2010, the book was launched at the 2010 Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival by Michael Slaughter who edited the book and took all of the photographs.