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The Real Reason Most Irish Pubs Are Named After People

VinePair

It’s comforting to know that even abroad, we’re never too far from the warm atmosphere of an Irish pub and a proper pour of Guinness. passed several laws in an attempt to regulate Irish pub culture, with the most notable being the Licensing Act of 1872. Whether you’re in the U.S., Parliament in London. Image retrieved from Pablo D.

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How Guinness Led a Modern Nitro-Stout Takeover of Britain’s Pubs

VinePair

This pub, reopened in November last year, is run by Dubliner Oisín Rogers and Guinness has quickly become a central part of its appeal: More than 60 percent of the beer sold here is Ireland’s famous stout. If that makes the Devonshire unique, then this large street-corner pub is typical in another way. or Ireland. later this month.

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Shockingly, Ireland Doesn’t Have the Most Pubs Per Capita in the World

VinePair

Ireland is world-famous for its lively pub scene, which has given rise to pub snugs and Irish-inspired bars around the globe. With such a vibrant reputation, it’s easy to assume that the small country has more pubs per resident than any other nation. The report revealed that the number of pubs in Ireland has declined by 8.2

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Greene King Pub Partners Opens Two More Nest Pubs

Bar Magazine

Greene King Pub Partners, the leased, tenanted and franchise business unit of Greene King, has opened its second and third Nest Pubs. Each pub has received a £285,000 investment by Greene King to transform them into Nest Pubs. This brings us up to three Nest Pubs overall in what is quite a short space of time.

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BLR Brewing opens its fourth pub

Spiritz

” The post BLR Brewing opens its fourth pub appeared first on Spiritz Magazine. He added, “At BLR Brewing Co., we are dedicated to uniting people, encouraging them to come together, and joyfully celebrate both momentous occasions and everyday pleasures in nature’s embrace.”

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PEDALLING FOR PUBS BREACHES £1M IN FUNDRASING

Bar Magazine

Organisers of the epic charity bike ride, Pedalling for Pubs and UK ride Pedalling 2 Pubs, have announced that thanks to the combined efforts of campaign sponsors, organisers and riders banging the fundraising drum, over £1m has been raised for the Licenced Trade Charity and Only a Pavement Away since the initiatives founding three years ago.

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Labour Party outlines plans to support British pubs

Drinks International

The Labour Party’s plan for UK high streets aims to replace the business rates system, cutting energy bills and giving communities the ‘right to buy’ community assets, like pubs.

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