Description - An Inebriated History of Britain by Peter Haydon
In 361 AD the Emperor Julian described the Teutonic northern European races as sons of malt. Big drinkers they all were, but none so much as the English. As this book shows, the English have in fact spent much of the last 2000 years semi-permanently drunk.
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(198mm x 127mm x 10mm)
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Author Biography - Peter Haydon
Peter Haydon is a freelance journalist. He is General Secretary of the Society of Independent Brewers, editor of the society's journal and a member of the British Guild of Beer Writers. His other books are 'Which? Guide to Country Pubs' (Consumers Association, 1999) and 'Known Treasures and Hidden Gems: A Guide to the Best Pubs in London' (Camra Books 1996). Peter Haydon lives in London.