Flintshire has over seventy separate towns and villages, the largest being Mold, Buckley, Flint and Holywell. These mining communities were once home to numerous alehouses, coaching inns, taverns and independent breweries, many of which disappeared with the closure of the mines. Illustrated with over 100 old photographs, postcards and other memorabilia, this absorbing collection offers the reader an insight into the life of many Flintshire pubs and breweries past and present, and highlights some of the changes that have taken place during the last century. Glimpses of the area's working and social life are featured; each image recalling the fascinating history of this part of North Wales. "Flintshire Pubs & Breweries" will delight all those who want to know more about the history of Flintshire's public houses, their clientele, landlords and ladies and takes the reader on a fascinating journey into the past of their favorite local.