Category: Beer House Keepers

Categories: Occupations by Name | Hospitality Occupations

This category contains profiles of persons who worked as beer house keepers.
Beer houses, a type of public house, were legally defined as places where beer was to be consumed on the premises. They were created in the United Kingdom in 1830. The licence was bought from the government and they were not subject to police inspections in the way that public houses were. From 1869, the local magistrate licensed beer houses as well as the public houses.

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1545 Bergen, Hordaland, Norge - bef 25 Jun 1621
1810 Ropsley, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom - 1863

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