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The British pub was first introduced to the UK almost 2000 years ago as an Italian wine bar but has now become a major tourist attraction for people around the globe. Overseas visitors prefer to eat in pubs rather than in Michelin star restaurants. This may be because you can find a Michelin star restaurant […]

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Many people enjoy having a beer to gulp down in Britain. Be it in the comfort of their own home or in a pub with friends and local comrades. However, does anyone ever stop to think about how beer is made though? Do people assume is it made like Fanta or Coke by concocting flavorings, […]

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Anyone who know Britons will know that beer is kind of essential aspect of life for many. Not to create any stereotypical view of the British population and their drinking habits but according to studies only 19% of adults aged 16 said they drink alcohol at all. What about the other 79%? What are their […]

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British pub food holds a certain piece of British heritage. British pub food recipes are much loved recipes that have been revamped to give them a modern twist. British food has been influenced and tinged by foreign conquests and invaders. The Vikings, were Scandinavian pirates who marked the first stamp of invasion on the United […]

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Pub snacks are not a modern practice introduced in the more industrialized and modern times of humanity. Pub snacks are a thing of 19th century! People campaigned about their desire to have something edible to accompany their delicious drink. Their campaigns were heard and pub snacks where then introduced into the society. The snacks were […]

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A pub is most certainly not a bar. For one thing you’ll never see a margarita being shaken up behind a pub nor will you see a metropolitan  Hot N Sassy  cocktail being served. For those you aren’t too knowledgeable about the newest cocktails a Hot N Sassy is a beautiful mingling of Vodka, sour […]

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Pubs have forever been at the center of communities for centuries upon centuries. The pub was not just a place to drink beer, wine and whisky but was essentially a social meeting point at its heart. The pub was a centralized place to hear the latest gossip and news of that area. Due to the […]

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