Samuel Smith is well known for running historical pubs (e.g. the Cittie of Yorke, Crown and Sugarloaf, Ye Olde Murenger House) and Robert Raikes's House in Gloucester is a one good example. The building dates back to 1560 and the brewery spent £4.5 million pub restoring it to its original state. Visiting the pub is like stepping into a house that's just been built during Tudor times. You can view more photos and read more about the pub at Travels with Beer.
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