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Brew Britannia: the strange rebirth of British beer

Brew Britannia: the strange rebirth of British beer

Boak, Jessica, author; Bailey, Ray, author

Before the First World War Britain was home to over 6000 breweries, but by 1960 their number had dwindled to 358 and, with the 'big six' increasingly dominant, the prospects for British beer looked weak, yellow and fizzy. In 2012, however, UK breweries topped 1000 for the first time since the Great Depression, and they are now producing and exporting more varied and inventive ale than ever before. 'Brew Britannia' tells the story of this remarkable reversal

Paperback, Book. English.
Published London: Aurum Press, [2014]
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Statement of responsibility: Jessica Boak & Ray Bailey
ISBN: 1781311862, 9781781311868
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 298 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 22 cm
Subject: Brewing industry Great Britain.; Industry.; Beer Great Britain.