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    • Brewery taps

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    • Pub chains

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    • Pub crawls

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    • Former pubs

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    • Pub games

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    • Gastropubs

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    • Lists of pubs

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    • Pub stubs

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    • Pub

    • A pub, or public house, is an establishment licensed to sell alcoholic drinks, which traditionally include beer, ale and other brewed alcoholic drinks. It is a relaxed, social drinking establishment and a prominent part of British culture,Irish culture,New Zealand culture and Australian culture. In many places, especia ... Read »


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    • Index of drinking establishment-related articles

    • This is an index of drinking establishment-related articles. Men in an Arizona saloon in 1895 playing a game of faro Cook's Corner, a biker bar, circa 2005 ... Read »


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    • Australian pub

    • An Australian pub or hotel is a public house or pub for short, in Australia, and is an establishment licensed to serve alcoholic drinks for consumption on the premises. They also provide other services, as entertainment venues, serving meals and providing basic accommodation. The Australian pub is a direct descend ... Read »


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    • Birrificio Lambrate

    • Birrificio Lambrate is a craft brewery in the Lambrate district of Milan, Italy, founded in 1996. The brewery is located at Via Adelchi, 5, angolo Via Porpora, 10100 It has two outlets in Milan, a pub at Via Adelchi and an "English style" pub-restaurant, at Via Camillo Golgi, 60, 20133. ... Read »


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    • Brewpub

    • A microbrewery or craft brewery is a brewery that produces small amounts of beer, typically much smaller than large-scale corporate breweries, and is independently owned. Such breweries are generally characterized by their emphasis on quality, flavor and brewing technique. The microbrewing movement began in the United ... Read »


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    • Micropub

    • A Micropub is a very small, one room public house. The concept is attributed to publican Martyn Hillier and his pub, The Butchers Arms, in Herne, Kent, England. A micropub according to the Micropub Association is defined as follows: "A micropub is a small freehouse which listens to its customers, mainly serves cas ... Read »


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    • Pub church

    • A pub church is a Christian Church which meets in a public house or similar establishment. Their purpose is to exist as an authentic Christian community, but in a way which is both provocative and accessible to un-churched people. Thornton recognises that the closure of public houses has diminished community space, and ... Read »


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    • Pub names

    • Pub names are used to identify and differentiate pubs in the United Kingdom. Many pubs are centuries old, from a time when their customers were often illiterate, but could recognise pictorial signs. Pub names have a variety of origins, from objects used as simple identification marks to the coats of arms of kings or lo ... Read »


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    • Pub Philosophy

    • Pub Philosophy is a term sometimes used to describe organised gatherings in public houses for philosophical discussion. Several series of events in the United Kingdom and elsewhere offer pub philosophy in a variety of formats, typically involving an invited speaker and some degree of open discussion. Among the more lon ... Read »


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    • Pub session

    • A pub session (seisiún in Irish Gaelic; seshoon in Manx Gaelic) refers to playing music and/or singing in the relaxed social setting of a local pub, in which the music-making is intermingled with the consumption of ale, stout, and beer and conversation. Performers sing and play traditional songs and tunes from the I ... Read »


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    • Pub song

    • In English popular culture, the "traditional" pub songs typified by the Cockney "knees up" mostly come from the classics of the music hall, along with numbers from film, the stage and other forms of popular music. The tradition is continued in the UK by acts such as Chas & Dave and a Tribute to Chas and Dave called Ge ... Read »


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    • Pub token

    • Pub tokens (as they are known in the United Kingdom) or bar tokens or chits (United States usage) are a form of exonumia used in drinking establishments. In both the UK and the US, during the 18th to 20th centuries, public houses sometimes issued tokens which could be used in payment for future drinks. These token ... Read »


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    • Skeptics in the Pub

    • Skeptics in the Pub

      Skeptics in the Pub (abbreviated SITP) is an informal social event designed to promote fellowship and social networking among skeptics, critical-thinkers, freethinkers, rationalists and other like-minded individuals. It provides an opportunity for skeptics to talk, share ideas and have fun in a casual atmosphere, and d ... Read »


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    • Snob screen

    • A snob screen is a device found in some British public houses of the Victorian era. Usually installed in sets, they comprise an etched glass pane in a movable wooden frame and were intended to allow middle class drinkers to see working class drinkers in an adjacent bar, but not to be seen by them, and to be undisturbed ... Read »


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