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Re: The traditional English pub... [Re: 44 Diesel] #13845350 01/14/21 12:23 AM
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Originally Posted by 44 Diesel
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We used to have the pig and whistle. Great vibe and variety of beer.



I used to get really [censored] up in that place


Haven't we all. Free cover!


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Re: The traditional English pub... [Re: mouldybits] #13845355 01/14/21 12:26 AM
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Originally Posted by mouldybits
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Do they have clotted cream and scones at the pubs?

No.....


That’s at Wimbledon and maybe that ponce Ramsey’s place.

Pubs during the daytime are family oriented. On average, I’d say the food is better at the average pub vs the average bar. There are exceptions on both sides of the pond.

Evenings are for drinking at the pub, you might get a bag of crisps with your several pints of beer; people will look at you weird if you are wasting your time eating instead of drinking at a pub after 8pm or so.

You go eat after the pub has closed at the local curry place.


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Re: The traditional English pub... [Re: John175☮] #13845392 01/14/21 01:01 AM
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Originally Posted by John175☮
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The Pubs will have to open up at some point. All they do is drink over there.

Its an old viking past time thumb

That and slaying dragons. My Great, Great Uncle on my Father's side once took down a Wyvern with a Merovingian battle axe.


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Re: The traditional English pub... [Re: mouldybits] #13845419 01/14/21 01:21 AM
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I am coming over there this summer to enjoy a pint or two!

Re: The traditional English pub... [Re: mouldybits] #13845461 01/14/21 01:59 AM
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We destroyed our culture as well. I’m sure what’s next will be just as fun though.


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Re: The traditional English pub... [Re: mouldybits] #13845463 01/14/21 02:01 AM
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Originally Posted by mouldybits
How does the traditional English pub compare to the traditional texans bar?

Good question. I've never been across the pond.



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Re: The traditional English pub... [Re: Chris B] #13845471 01/14/21 02:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Chris B
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How does the traditional English pub compare to the traditional texans bar?

Good question. I've never been across the pond.

You think they 2 step over there lol

Re: The traditional English pub... [Re: mouldybits] #13845478 01/14/21 02:18 AM
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Don't they drink their beer room temp ?

Re: The traditional English pub... [Re: mouldybits] #13845577 01/14/21 04:09 AM
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I don't know if it's true, but someone told me that the difference between a pub and a bar is that a pub has food and beer, but no liquor. A bar has liquor and beer, but food is optional.

Re: The traditional English pub... [Re: Kentucky] #13845587 01/14/21 04:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Kentucky
Don't they drink their beer room temp ?


I'm not sure but they don't put ice in any of their other drinks. huh


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Re: The traditional English pub... [Re: Nickbyrd] #13845622 01/14/21 05:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Nickbyrd
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How does the traditional English pub compare to the traditional texans bar?

Good question. I've never been across the pond.

You think they 2 step over there lol


I go every couple of years to see family. Late 80s/early 90s it was all the rage. Started to get popular with George Strait in the late 80s when he got sort of an underground following, then it just exploded with BRC and that weirdo from Oklahoma. Then peaked with that Cotton Eye Joe remix club hit in the early/mid 90s. I’m sure it’s still around, but the two step scene across the pond isn’t what it once was.


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Re: The traditional English pub... [Re: Gusick] #13845625 01/14/21 05:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Gusick
I don't know if it's true, but someone told me that the difference between a pub and a bar is that a pub has food and beer, but no liquor. A bar has liquor and beer, but food is optional.


Most pubs do have liquor, but it’s the basics (gin, vodka, whisk(e)y, rum, rarely tequila) But, people go to pubs to socialize as a community and drink beer. This has changed somewhat over the years, especially with the ladies. They are ordering more mixed drinks and less beer. If you are a bloke and don’t have a pint in your hand, people will look at you weird. Drinking a straight up whisk(e)y would also be acceptable, but you might be politely asked to leave if you request ice in it.


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Don't forget to try some Shepard Pie in one. Years ago in a off the path pub in London I had some and it was the best I have ever had.

Re: The traditional English pub... [Re: Tneel] #13846219 01/14/21 06:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Tneel
Do they have clotted cream and scones at the pubs?



Nothing a little penicillin won't fix, I hope???? eek

This is Merica. You guys need to speak English.

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