Pub

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A pub, or public house, is an establishment licensed to sell alcoholic drinks, which traditionally include beer (such as ale) and cider.wikipedia
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Beer

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A pub, or public house, is an establishment licensed to sell alcoholic drinks, which traditionally include beer (such as ale) and cider.
Beer forms part of the culture of many nations and is associated with social traditions such as beer festivals, as well as a rich pub culture involving activities like pub crawling and pub games.

Pub quiz

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The pub quiz was established in the UK in the 1970s.
A pub quiz is a quiz held in a pub or bar.

Tavern

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Pubs can be traced back to Roman taverns, through the Anglo-Saxon alehouse to the development of the tied house system in the 19th century.
The word derives from the Latin taberna whose original meaning was a shed, workshop, stall, or pub.

Tied house

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Pubs can be traced back to Roman taverns, through the Anglo-Saxon alehouse to the development of the tied house system in the 19th century.
In the United Kingdom, a tied house is a public house required to buy at least some of its beer from a particular brewery or pub company.

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It is a social drinking establishment and a prominent part of British, Irish, Breton, New Zealand, South African and Australian cultures.
The major soap operas each feature a pub, and these pubs have become household names throughout the UK.

Drinking establishment

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It is a social drinking establishment and a prominent part of British, Irish, Breton, New Zealand, South African and Australian cultures.
A brewpub is a pub or restaurant that brews beer on the premises.

Nightclub

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In addition, many cities had by-laws to allow some pubs to extend opening hours to midnight or 1 am, whilst nightclubs had long been granted late licences to serve alcohol into the morning.
A nightclub is generally distinguished from regular bars, pubs or taverns by the inclusion of a stage for live music, one or more dance floor areas and a DJ booth, where a DJ plays recorded music.

Music hall

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From this came the popular music hall form of entertainment—a show consisting of a variety of acts.
Originating in saloon bars within public houses during the 1830s, music hall entertainment became increasingly popular with audiences.

Sunday Closing (Wales) Act 1881

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The Sunday Closing (Wales) Act 1881 required the closure of all public houses in Wales on Sundays, and was not repealed until 1961.
It required the closure of all public houses in Wales on Sundays.

Cider

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A pub, or public house, is an establishment licensed to sell alcoholic drinks, which traditionally include beer (such as ale) and cider.
Such festivals may be organised by pubs, cider producers, or cider-promoting private organisations.

Striptease

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A few pubs have stage performances such as serious drama, stand-up comedy, musical bands, cabaret or striptease; however, juke boxes, karaoke and other forms of pre-recorded music have otherwise replaced the musical tradition of a piano or guitar and singing.
In Western countries, the venues where stripteases are performed on a regular basis are now usually called strip clubs, though they may be performed in venues such as pubs (especially in the UK), theaters and music halls.

Cabaret

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A few pubs have stage performances such as serious drama, stand-up comedy, musical bands, cabaret or striptease; however, juke boxes, karaoke and other forms of pre-recorded music have otherwise replaced the musical tradition of a piano or guitar and singing.
It is mainly distinguished by the performance venue, which might be a pub, a casino, a restaurant, or a nightclub with a stage for performances.

Meal

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As well, pubs often sell wines, spirits, and soft drinks, meals and snacks.
It is especially popular in the UK and Ireland, to the extent that many cafés and pubs offer the meal at any time of day as an "all-day breakfast".

Coaching inn

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Many pubs use "Inn" in their name, either because they are long established former coaching inns, or to summon up a particular kind of image, or in many cases simply as a pun on the word "in", as in "The Welcome Inn", the name of many pubs in Scotland.
Just as with roadhouses in other countries, although many survive, and some still offer overnight accommodation, in general coaching inns have lost their original function and now operate as ordinary pubs.

Gastropub

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Most present day pubs now comprise one large room, although with the advent of gastropubs, some establishments have returned to maintaining distinct rooms or areas.
A gastropub (sometimes referred to as a gastrolounge or in the United States as a gastrobar) is a hybrid pub, bar and restaurant, notable for serving beer, wine and food.

Culture of Ireland

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It is a social drinking establishment and a prominent part of British, Irish, Breton, New Zealand, South African and Australian cultures.
The term refers to the Irish habit of frequenting public houses (pubs) or bars.

Wetherspoons

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The Wetherspoon pub chain reported in June 2009 that profits were at the top end of expectations; however, Scottish & Newcastle's takeover by Carlsberg and Heineken was reported in January 2008 as partly the result of its weakness following falling sales due to the ban. Organisations such as Wetherspoons, Punch Taverns and O'Neill's were formed in the UK in the wake of the Beer Orders.
J D Wetherspoon plc (branded as Wetherspoon, commonly known as Spoons) is a pub company in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Pub chain

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A PubCo is a company involved in the retailing but not the manufacture of beverages, while a Pub chain may be run either by a PubCo or by a brewery.
A pub chain is a group of pubs or bars which operate under a unified brand image.

Darts

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Referred to as their "local" by regulars, pubs are typically chosen for their proximity to home or work, the availability of a particular beer or ale or a good selection, good food, a social atmosphere, the presence of friends and acquaintances, and the availability of recreational activities such as a darts team, a skittles team, and a pool or snooker table.
Before the First World War, pubs in the United Kingdom had dartboards made from solid blocks of wood, usually elm.

Punch Pubs

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Organisations such as Wetherspoons, Punch Taverns and O'Neill's were formed in the UK in the wake of the Beer Orders.
Punch Pubs & Co is a pub and bar operator in the United Kingdom, with around 1,300 leased pubs.

Greene King

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Most such breweries, such as the regional brewery Shepherd Neame in Kent and Young's and Fuller's in London, control hundreds of pubs in a particular region of the UK, while a few, such as Greene King, are spread nationally.
The company owns pubs, restaurants and hotels.

Microbrewery

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The term is not applied to a brewpub which brews and sells its beer on the same premises.
A brewpub is a pub that brews its own beer for sale on the premises.

Fuller's Brewery

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Most such breweries, such as the regional brewery Shepherd Neame in Kent and Young's and Fuller's in London, control hundreds of pubs in a particular region of the UK, while a few, such as Greene King, are spread nationally.
Fuller's owns and operates over 380 pubs, inns, and hotels across the south of England.

Shepherd Neame Brewery

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Most such breweries, such as the regional brewery Shepherd Neame in Kent and Young's and Fuller's in London, control hundreds of pubs in a particular region of the UK, while a few, such as Greene King, are spread nationally.
It owns 328 pubs and hotels, predominantly in Kent, London and South East England.

Beer garden

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Until the early 19th century, beer establishments used to bring the beer out to the table or benches, as remains the practice in beer gardens and some other drinking establishments in Germany.
They are usually attached to a brewery, beer hall, pub, or restaurant, with a distinction being made between a Wirtsgarten where only food sold by the venue is allowed and a traditional Biergarten where patrons may also bring their own.