THE ECONOMIST: Raising A Glass to Britain's Indian Pubs

I wrote about the phenomenon of Indian pubs, or Desi pubs, in the West Midlands. Many of these pubs barred Indians and people of colour in the 1960s and there's something very lovely about how these pubs are now Indian-owned and beacons of multiculturalism and symbolise a proud British-Indian identity. They are also breathing new life into a moribund pub industry.

Thanks to Creative Black Country for organising the Desi Pubs exhibition that enabled me to write about this. 

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