History of the Dew Drop Inn on Alma Street in Newtown at Birmingham in the county of Warwickshire

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Some history of the Dew Drop Inn in Alma Street

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The Dew Drop Stores on Alma Street and Inkerman Street at Newtown in Birmingham [1961]

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Licensees of this pub

1865 - Thomas Kent
1868 - John Keogan
1870 - Frederick Wood
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Quotation

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"Its liquor is like the sweetest dew from Heaven."
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