Green was also banned from drinking and being drunk in a public place
A man has been banned from all pubs, clubs and bars in parts of Lancashire for 12 months.
Gareth Green, 30, of Ashbourne Drive, Lancaster, was issued with a Drinking Banning Order (DBO) at Lancaster Magistrates' Court.
Police applied for the order, banning Green from venues in Lancaster, Morecambe and Heysham, after he breached a previous ban.
Lancashire police said it was the first such order issued in the county.
"Green has committed a long list of offences over the past 10 years and every single one of them has been while he was drunk, " a police spokesman said.
The penalty for breaching a DBO, which the Home Office introduced in August 2009, is a fine of up to £2,500.
Green was also banned from causing disruption to the reasonable running of drinking establishments and forbidden from drinking, or being drunk in a public place, police said.
The 12-month ban will be reduced by half if he successfully completes an approved course.
Sgt James Martin said: "Unlike an Asbo, breaching a DBO cannot result in a prison sentence, and we believed that this was the best way forward to try and offer Green help and rehabilitation."