Author Topic: Sam Smiths Pubs in World War 1 and after  (Read 455 times)  Share 

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Was reading how Lloyd George the adulteress prime minster in world war 1 had doubled the price of a pint in the so called war effort and made beer drop down to 2.8% and the man was a teetotal >:( but with all these expensive and weak beer running the brewery industry I was thinking did SS pubs follow the same system till things started to change for the better in 1934 when beer duty was reduced to 35% ?.
Anyone know anything about it.