Beerhouse

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Beer´house`


n.1.A house where malt liquors are sold; an alehouse.
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FROM Loose Pulleys to Stiff Shackles, Meltham Walkers are Welcome have created a four-mile walk around the village taking in places where curiously named former beerhouses and inns were located.
Sound is measured in decibels and chainsaw creates a sound equivalent to 100 decibels which can be heard at night by the mayor, chief of police, and the boys in beerhouses.
Many other premises have evolved from humble alehouses, through back-street beerhouses, low town dives and flaring gin palaces to the drinking establishments of the 21st century.
By the later 19th century, the era of the publican brewer in Birmingham was fast By the later 19th century, the era of the publican brewer in Birmingham was fast drawing to an end, overwhelmed by the rise of the large common breweries that were buying up pubs and beerhouses so as to have outlets for their beers.
In 1868 there was noted to be 69 public houses and 127 beerhouses in Middlesbrough.
Central Birmingham Pubs records the inns, taverns and beerhouses of the city centre, now within the present Inner Ring Road and Bull Ring.
IWAS working on some local history research recently and discovered that my own village had some 30 beerhouses and pubs - serving a population of only a few thousand people
Pubs and Beerhouses Tour of Preston on September 3 is a leisurely walk round the city centre's most famous watering holes.
Alehouses became beerhouses in the 14th and 15th century with the introduction of hops and also became pivotal to British community life.
The wisest policy was often `see no evil, hear no evil' -- above all when it might involve interference with beerhouses or other elements of village recreational life.
On Friday and Saturday nights, the city centre formed a contested terrain, as gangs drawn from as far apart as Salford and Bradford confronted each other in music-halls, nearby beerhouses and the surrounding streets.
Blonde Clare, 41, and redhead Milli, 36, both work for Beerhouses Ltd, which owns the West Riding pub on Dewsbury Railway Station where the shave took place.