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The All Nations

Madeley, Shropshire

The All Nations is one of the oldest brewpubs in the country, having brewed since 1832 and was one of the last remaining four homebrew pubs before the revival of brewhouses in the early eighties. By the mid-1970s only four remained, The All Nations, The Old Swan, The Three Tuns and The Blue Anchor. The All Nations Inn is a great example of a traditional home brew pub, like drinking in someone's front room.
The Blue Anchor

Helston, Cornwall

Wonderful thatched former Monk's home serving traditional pub food and home brewed ales which have been brewed on the premises since the 15th Century.
The Old Swan

Netherton, Worcestershire

One of the first pubs to produce its own ale, this former coaching inn incorporates an enormous Victorian brick brewhouse, allowing you to see the brewing process floor by floor.
The Three Tuns

Bishop’s Castle, Shropshire

One of the first pubs to produce its own ale, this former coaching inn incorporates an enormous Victorian brick brewhouse, allowing you to see the brewing process floor by floor.
Real Ales have been brewed in Britain for centuries but following the second World War and the rise of the big breweries, home brew pubs declined dramatically until by the 1970’s all but four remained. In 1971 Camra (Campaign for Real Ale) were formed and started the trend back to the ‘good old days’ - Thankfully the Fab Four are still serving ales and are well worth a visit if only for their history albeit they are all still fantastic inns.
The Fab Four