The All Nations pub has been brewing and selling its own beer on the premises, almost continuously, since 1832.
It is reputed to have been named after the unsmoked pieces of tobacco that were placed in a jar and sold as, 'All Nations'.
The licence of the pub stayed in the Baguley family for 97 years before it was sold to the Lewis family in 1934. The Lewis's kept the licence in the family for 54 years.
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