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Pubs in Lincoln - A History

Pubs in Lincoln: A History:

The City’s Inns, Public Houses, Beerhouses, Breweries and Maltings

 This publication is the first in a new thematic series planned by the Survey of Lincoln. Chapters are due to include the following:

  • Introduction                                      
  • Lincoln’s maltings                                         
  • The Rudgard family and the Crown Brewery, Waterside South                
  • Dawber’s brewing and public house operations in Lincoln             
  • Lincoln`s inns, public houses, beerhouses and hostelries: the origins of some of their names               
  • Death of the beerhouse                   
  • Plotting the development of Lincoln’s public houses through an examination of the city’s building plans                               
  • No longer out of bounds: two historic Newark Road public houses
  • Elections: the landlords’ friend                    
  • The pub and leisure pursuits                                   
  • ‘Several intelligent well-wishers’: temperance in Lincoln  
  • Women and Lincoln’s pubs in the early twentieth century                                   
  • Pubs in wartime Lincoln                               
  • Council estate pubs                                      
  • The contemporary demise of the city-centre public house                                   

 A number of pub profiles will also be included.

The book will include a range of historic and contemporary images to supplement the text. The publication’s retail price will be £7.50.

Publication date 18th November 2017.