Categories Beer history london Beer in the British Library Post author By Boak & Bailey Post date 29th August 2013 1 Comment on Beer in the British Library Drawing of the Sign of the Rose Inn, Fenchurch Street, 1730. Advertisement for Waltham Brothers Brewery, 1866. Advertisement for Worthing & Co. beers, 1880. Flyer complaining about the increasing price of beer, 1881. Advertisement for Barrett & Elers beer bottles, 1882. Advertisement for a machine for grinding finings, 1884. Whitbread Chiswell Street Brewery, 1792. Advertisement for Whitbread bottled beer, 1888. Advertisement for T. Foster & Co. beers, 1889. Brewery, Golden Lane, 1807. Price list of bottled beers, 1884. Leaflet advertising the Austro-Bavarian Lager Brewery, London. The eighteenth- and nineteenth-century images relating to beer and brewing in the gallery above are from the British Library online gallery. Tags british library, public domain images ← That Reminder We Promised → European Beer, New World Hops One reply on “Beer in the British Library” Bah! “Brewer’s Machine” my eye! The only true way to prepare isinglass is an urchin with a whisk. Loading... Comments are closed.