Shepherd Neame. A Story That’s Been Brewing For 300 Years.

BARKER, THEO. SHEPHERD NEAME.

£10.00

Publisher

Granta Editions.

Place

Chesterton, Cambridge

Date

1998

Item Description

4to. 8.75 x 10 inches. x + 118 pp. Title page, some headings, initials, etc. in red and black. Bound in original red cloth, gilt, in pictorial dust wrapper. A fine copy. Illustrated by black and white, sepia and colour photographs, facsimiles, plans, tables and genealogical table. Decorated by the brewer's and publisher's devices on title page. A well illustrated history of Shepherd Neame of Faversham, Britain's oldest brewer, established in in 1698, which owns over 300 pubs and hotels throughout London and the South East. Professor Theo Barker (1923-2001), economic, business and transport historian held the chairs of economic history at the University of Kent and the LSE.

[Stock No. 26348]

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