We’re entering our 10th year! Here’s the top 10 stories over the past decade

The bar of the Shakespeare Hotel, Surry Hills. Picture: Mick Roberts

WE’RE entering our 10th year of publication! Who would have thought it’s been a decade since ‘Time Gents, Australian Pub Project’ began bringing you the colourful yarns, our road trips and stories about this country’s wonderful watering holes.

To mark our special anniversary we have put together a list of the 10 most popular stories since we published our first way-back in 2013.

Stories with an asterisk are ‘premium content’, available exclusively to Time Gents subscribers. Tap or click into the stories to find out how you can access exclusive content by becoming a premium subscriber for only $1.

If you do not want to become a premium subscriber, there’s plenty of free content available in our ‘top 10’ list below.

10. Tilpa’s two pubs and the big drinking shearers

9. The gun battle at Wheelers Hill pub

8. George Adams’ Tattersall’s Hotel and his magnificent marble bar

7. Early pubs of Hobart: The romance of Tasmania’s hostelries

6. The ‘sign-board’ banter between Chippendale’s Broadway Hotel and Barnabas Church *

5. The Quondong Hotel: 1891 – 2000

4. The Rock’s infamous Black Dog

3. Resurrection of Clifton’s lost pub: Return of the Imperial

2. The story of Ann Jones, Ned Kelly and the Glenrowan Inn *

1. ‘I Allus Has Wan at Eleven’: The story of Sam Knott who enjoyed his beer at 11 *

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