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Transcript of BRITISH PUB
HISTORY OF BRITISH PUB
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The George,the South mark and The Tabard.
Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem in Nottingham
The Bingley Arms
Ye Olde Fighting Cocks in St Albans
Leeds and Porch House
People are legally allowed to purchase alcohol in the age of 18.
Highest price in the beer
A "beer engine" is a device for pumping beer,
typically used to dispense beer from a cask
BEER HOUSES AND THE 1,830 BEED ART
Aimed to wean the drinkers from gin.
In England pubs legally open from 11 am through to 11 pm.
England introducing the indoor smoking ban in July 2007.
A "lock-in" is when a pub owner lets drinkers stay in the pub after the legal closing time.
A pub formally is a public house, where people can drink, eat, meet each other and have some fun with many activities.
In many places, especially in villages, a pub can be the focal point of the community. The writings of Samuel Pepys describe the pub as the heart of England.
Most pubs offer a range of beers, wines, spirits, and soft drinks.
They're mostly a place to have fun, but a good pub is also the cornerstone of a community, a place where people from all walks of life can come in from the cold, pull up a chair and pass the time of day.
The British pub is an institution, and like many ancient institutions it has a number of codes and practices that may make no sense to an outsider
Tutor: Apostolos Mavrommatis
For English Class
Theme: British Pub
For your help and your support
Pub culture is a component coming from the 17th century. It is a place of entertainment in the United Kingdom and since its inception pub with specialized in different themes , satisfy the preferences of more and more visitors. But it is not only for a simple place of entertainment but a traditional element of society that through past comes at present to give a touch of culture and developed mentality.
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Traditionally games are played in pubs, skittles, dominoes, cards and bar billiards.
Some times betting games such as cribbage or dominoes.
The game of pool and other table based games such as snooker or table Football have
Video games and slot machines are provided.
Special events like karaoke nights, pub quizzes and football matches are playing
on big screen TVs.
Many pubs in the UK also have football teams composed of regular customers
Bowling is also found
Pubs may be venues for pub songs and live music.
They may ask you to pay for the food upfront, but some pubs bring the bill later. Do not treat the person who brought you the food as a waiter or waitress
Food will be brought in your table in a basket or holder
Pubs do not usually offer food all day round.
Food quality, varies.
standard menu like steak and ale pie, fish and chips, bangers and mash.
it may be difficult to find vegetarian items, but meat is generally good, and portions are usually large.
The most common dish, consists of a grilled chicken breast covered in bacon and melted cheese and smothered in barbecue sauce.
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