Burton's Lost Breweries From Old Photographs
In the twelfth century the abbots of Burton began to produce beer. The dissolution of the abbey in the sixteenth century saw inns and alehouses appear, with many selling beer brewed on-site. The first recognisable brewery was Benjamin Printon’s, which was established on Horninglow Street around 1708. The Trent & Mersey Canal, built in 1774/75, allowed further expansion to the industry, but it was ...
Series: From Old Photographs
Paperback: 128 pages
Publisher: Amberley Publishing (December 1, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 0.3 x 9.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 4997693
Format: PDF Text TXT book
- English pdf
- 9781445675381 epub
- Terry Garner pdf
- Terry Garner ebooks
- Cookbooks, Food and Wine epub books
sticker book ultimate sticker ultimate book pdf free Outcast by Kirkman & Azaceta Volume 4 Under Devils Wing ebook pdf Messages About Me Sydneys Story A Girls Journey to Healthy Body Image pdf pdf book Humphreys Book of Fun Fun Fun pdf Lock and Key Orson Scott Card book slow fewingredient noprep meals browning ebook pdf free me mama you do love ebook ebook
“Some fantastic photos inside this book. A must for the beer history buff partial to IPA's and where they originated from....”
he coming of the railway in 1839 that led to massive growth – by 1888 there were thirty-one breweries employing over 8,000 men and producing over 3 million barrels a year. In this collection of images, local author and historian Terry Garner illustrates the history of this famous east Staffordshire town and provides a fascinating insight into the many lost breweries that made Burton-on-Trent the brewing capital of the world.