A pub which Bentley once owned on Bishopsgate, in the City of London, changed its name from The Old Jerusalem to Dirty Dick's, and recreated the look of Bentley's warehouse shop. The contents, including cobwebs and dead cats, were originally a part of the cellar bar, but have now been tidied to a glass display case. Successive owners of the Bishopsgate distillery and its tap capitalised on the legend. By the end of the 19th century, its owner, a public house company called William Barker's (D.D) Ltd., was producing commemorative booklets and promotional material to advertise the pub. The pub is now owned by Young's.