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  Personalized Pub Signs, Bar and Tavern Signs from the Pub Sign Shop
From witty and humorous to professional and practical you will find a sign to suit every occasion including groomsmens gifts and anniversary gifts as well as presents for birthday, Christmas, wedding, retirement and house warming.
Most historians agree that it was the Ancient Romans who get the credit for originating the pub sign.
Roman wine merchants would hang vine leaves or bushes on a pole just outside their establishment to let the illiterate public know where to find drink and games.
www.pubsignshop.com   (158 words)

  
  pub-explorer Themed Pubs Page
There are many pub groups which are run to a common theme.
There are also pub companies who set a common standard for their pubs.
When you visit the pub please let the staff know you have seen it on Pub Explorer.
www.pub-explorer.com /themedpubs/themedpubindex.htm   (63 words)

  
  Public house - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pubs are social places for the sale and consumption of mainly alcoholic beverages, and most public houses offer a wide range of beers, wines, spirits and alcopops.
However; by law, pubs owned by breweries must allow their landlords the choice of offering at least one alternative beer (known as a guest beer) from another brewery and that beer must be a cask conditioned or bottle-conditioned real-ale.
Pubs that to cater for a niche audience, such as sports fans or Star Trek fans or people of certain nationalities are known as theme pubs.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Public_house   (2987 words)

  
 SIRC - Passport to the Pub Chapter 3   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In some pubs, you may even observe that the bar staff tend to adopt the mannerisms of the publican — unconsciously copying his or her characteristic posture, gestures and turn of phrase.
The bar counter of a pub is possibly the only place in Britain where the natives feel comfortable about shedding their natural reserve and engaging in conversation with strangers.
This is the most ‘public’ area of the pub, and people lingering at the bar after they have bought their drinks are likely to be the most approachable.
www.sirc.org /publik/ptpchap3.html   (2278 words)

  
 John Snow pub
The John Snow pub is visible in the background, a few steps further along the road at the corner of Broadwick Street and Lexington Street.
The stairs at the rear of the pub lead to the John Snow room on the second floor where memories of the pub's namesake are recorded for those given permission to enter.
The building housing the John Snow pub was built in the 1870s and was originally called the "Newcastle-upon-Tyne." Although John Snow was apprenticed in 1827 to a Newcastle-upon-Tyne surgeon, William Hardcastle, there is no evidence that the previous name of the inn was other than fortuitous.
www.ph.ucla.edu /epi/snow/snowpub.html   (839 words)

  
 Harbottle's Pub Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Situated inside the ancient stone circle at Avebury, this is the ideal pub to pop into if you fancy a pint after sightseeing (or indeed, instead of sightseeing).
This is a very old pub with a thatched roof and lots of beams and nooks and crannies.
This pub can be seen in the film 'Still Crazy' - it is where the band Strange Fruit (including Jimmy Nail, Timothy Spall etc.) meet to discuss reforming.
www.professorharbottle.co.uk /pub/wiltshire/redlion.html   (201 words)

  
 Pub   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In order to use the software in pub you must setup your path to point to pub, instructions on setting your path can be found here.
The best way to contact the pub maintainers is to post a message to the newsgroup ualberta.cs.ugrads, most of the pub maintainers read it and it is much more likely someone will answer your question if you post it there.
Remember to be polite, all of the pub maintainers are volunteers and have their own work to do.
ugweb.cs.ualberta.ca /~pub   (471 words)

  
 goats: the pub
Peculier Pub is a small, dank hole in the ground, a pit where one can crawl off to at the end of a day and drink to 'get rid of the pain of being a man'.
The waitresses at Peculier Pub have been described a number of times as being 'vengeful and moody', and nothing in my experience has given me any reason to disagree with this assessment.
Rather than making them disagreeable and uninteresting, as one might think, it is these qualities that make the waitresses of Peculier Pub as intriguing as they are, and may be responsible for much of the Pub's return business (or maybe it's simply my own masochistic tendencies).
www.goats.com /pub   (704 words)

  
 Govnor's Pub and Public House   (Site not responding. Last check: )
With its hearty drink, simmering ‘Pub Grub’, turf burning fire and familiar Publican (Innkeeper), the Pub is the central part of many persons’ lives.
Whether discussing politics, sports or personal matters, the Pub is an atmosphere where all are welcome.
As Pubs are family oriented, it is never uncommon to see kiddies to great-grand parents enjoying their favorite grub or beverage while discussing personal concerns or listening to a local band.
www.govnors.com /prod/main/main.htm   (175 words)

  
 Harbottle's Pub Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: )
There is also an odd collection of framed pictures on the walls - sporting prints and several caricatures of the pub's regulars.
It has the type of atmosphere that is so sadly lacking in most London pubs with the locals and visitors chatting away most pleasantly.
Oh, and it has a sign on the wall that we'd love to see in every pub in the country telling people not to use their mobile phones in there.
www.professorharbottle.co.uk /pub/londonwest/nagshead.html   (182 words)

  
 SF Gate: eGuide: Music & Nightlife: SF Bar Guide: Pubs
San Francisco, CA As much an after-work bike-messenger bar as it is an Irish pub, this SoMa spot is an unpretentious place to knock back one or more any time you're in the neighborhood.
San Francisco, CA This former Prohibition-era speakeasy is one of the City's friendliest pubs.
This pub always seems to be bustling, but, thanks to the ample seating, it's never too hard to snag a good table.
sfgate.com /eguide/music/barguide/pubs.shtml   (1674 words)

  
 Seattle - Prost! German Pub
Modern neighborhood pub, with bench tables to give it a bit of that German "Kneipe" feeling.
Pub is on arterial on the top of Phinney Ridge; all parking is on-street, either on Greenwood Avenue, or on the residential side streets, and it may be necessary to walk a block or three on busy nights.
A bus route runs down Greenwood, for those using mass transit, which might also be an option for those contemplating a Phinney Ridge pub crawl, stretching from the Bick's and the Globe, via the 74th Street Ale House and Prost!, and on down to the Park Pub.
www.nwbrewpage.com /wapubs/Prost.html   (170 words)

  
 UCI Anthill Pub ::   (Site not responding. Last check: )
We unearthed a bunch of new photos from the last week of the Pub, and I have posted many of them in the End of the Pub album (because you can never have too many pictures of people sitting around and drinking).
These comments express an incredible base of support for the Pub in the UCI community, and we are deeply grateful for them.
In addition to the usual music, dancing, Pub Bucks, and party prices from 10-11pm, ASUCI will set up a video camera for partygoers to share their Pub experiences and give their testimonials about why the Pub should be saved.
www.ags.uci.edu /anthill   (1380 words)

  
 (GC4E4B) 16th Century Pub (Central London) by The Wombles   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This pub is straight out of Dickens and must be a strong contender for "Quaintest pub in London".
This is my favourite pub consisting of a fascinating building, excellent beer and two cosy bars.
If you fancy a pint then you'll have to visit during the week because pubs in the City are closed at the weekend.
www.geocaching.com /seek/cache_details.aspx?ID=20043   (428 words)

  
 Gritty McDuff's Portland Brew Pub
When Gritty's Portland Brew Pub opened in 1988 it became Maine's first brew pub since prohibition and a leader in the state's microbrew revolution.
Gritty's Portland Brew Pub is the perfect place to experience the ambience of Portland's Old Port.
The pub brewery produces our five classic ales (Sebago Light, Portland Headlight Pale Ale, McDuff's Best Bitter, Best Brown Ale, Black Fly Stout) and many seasonal ales depending on the time of year.
www.grittys.com /ptld.html   (312 words)

  
 PUB approves 5% hike in power rates
The PUB said the rising costs paid by Hydro to operate its fuel-burning generating plant in Holyrood were one of two key factors in the rate increase.
Costs to individual customers, the PUB said, will vary depending on usage and rate class.
The PUB said rural residential customers who rely on diesel systems will see a similar increase.
www.cbc.ca /canada/newfoundland-labrador/story/2006/06/23/nf-pub-hike-20060623.html   (1206 words)

  
 Wired 13.01: PLAY
Finding a decent pub on a Saturday night can be bloody hard work.
The pub - which features traditional British decor like a framed painting of Big Ben and a stuffed fish over the mantle - was designed by Airquee, a Welsh company that specializes in blow-ups (you may remember its 47-foot-tall Gothic cathedral).
Airquee chair Andi Francis says the PVC pub allows for smoking, dart playing, and even some literal bouncing off the walls.
www.wired.com /wired/archive/13.01/play.html?pg=3   (201 words)

  
 Home of the best traditional Irish music pubs and bars on the web. Folk music, celtic music, news, festival and session ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Doolin is one of the most famous towns in Ireland for listening to good traditional Irish music and you couldn't get a better selection of musicians than in Gus O'Connor's Pub, first established in 1832, there's something marvelously atmospheric about this place which lures visitors into a long and lingering visit.
Plenty of good comfortable walled seating and the rear of the pub holds about 70 people for its nightly music sessions.
This is a friendly and well-known pub with a charm and character all of its own, which is a great credit to is proprietor Patrick Sexton.
www.irishmusicbars.com /clare/gusoconnor.asp   (283 words)

  
 SIRC - Passport to the Pub   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The 61,000 pubs in Britain have over 25 million loyal customers.
Over three-quarters of the adult population go to pubs, and over a third are ‘regulars’, visiting the pub at least once a week.
The pub is a central part of British life and culture.
www.sirc.org /publik/pub.html   (143 words)

  
 Graduate Student Society UBC: Koerner's Pub   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nestled in a picturesque corner of the UBC campus is where you’ll find the best pub on campus – Koerner’s Pub.
Koener’s Pub is owned and operated by the UBC Graduate Student Society; your servers are among the brightest minds at UBC and all proceeds go directly back into our student services.
Koerner’s Pub is open to all members of the public and is a great place to meet and socialize with students, faculty, and friends.
www.gss.ubc.ca /koerners.html   (327 words)

  
 PUB-Library   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The PUB-Library supports in addition to send node-to-node messages other functions like broadcasts and parallel prefix operations with a set of nodes.
We are currently writing a report about PUB and need your help.
We want to describe how PUB is used and what for.
www.uni-paderborn.de /~pub   (91 words)

  
 The Pub & Restraurant, Gettysburg, PA
Lisa Grim's vision of the Pub to reality.In February of 2001, the Pub
In January of '97, The Pub remodeled the dining room and bar.
We here at The Pub enjoy the ambience of family and closeness between staff and customers The Pub is a unique experience, from the decor, to the service, to the
www.the-pub.com /about.html   (392 words)

  
 Lemon Tree, Covent Garden, London - pub details # beerintheevening.com
NB: Information may be incomplete or out of date as this pub is not currently registered.
A nice little pub hidden away from the hubbub of Trafalgar Square.
Nice quiet pub, frequented by a regular crowd, office workers and a few from the nearby post office, who seem to be there more than working......is that why theres always a queue at lunchtimes?
www.beerintheevening.com /pubs/s/69/693/Lemon_Tree/Covent_Garden   (413 words)

  
 Meet the PUB team
As project officer for the PUB programme, Tebogo is responsible for ensuring that PUB is represented in all major events and exhibitions around the country, keeping close contact with our science centre partners and grant holders.
With her science background, one of her major responsibilities are to expand and update the content of the PUB website and reorganise it for different target groups and levels of understanding.
She is now responsible for finance and networking in the PUB programme.
www.pub.ac.za /about/team.html   (415 words)

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