The pub is "one of the most basic of British Institutions" according to George Orwell. Join award-winning photojournalist, Steve Raymer, as he journeys around the British Isles to sample the atmosphere, the sights, and the delicacies that can only be found in your local public house.
From tiny villages high on the desolate moors, to centuries old taverns, to the hustle and bustle of a crowded London street, The British Pub: Portrait of an Enduring Institution captures the essence of this most British of haunts through its 150 stunning color photographs.
Whether your drink is lager in London, scrumpy in Somerset, or IPA in Ipswich, the public house is the place where everyone of all ages and walks of life is welcome. So, sit down, order a pint, and relax as you escape from the modern world into these bastions of Britishness.
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