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pub crawl

A tour of local pubs or bars, usually with the purpose of having one or more drinks at each along the way. We're going on a literary pub crawl tonight to visit all the pubs the city's famous authors used to frequent. That's the last time I do a pub crawl; my body just can't handle that much booze anymore!
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a pub crawl

  (British & Australian informal)
an occasion on which you go to several different pubs (= type of bar found in Britain) in order to drink alcohol I thought we might go on a pub crawl tonight.
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The Elephant Pub & Bakehouse and the Queens Arms are both great pubs and inspiring examples of how investment, innovation, professionalism and a lot of hard work by outstanding licensees are keeping the great British pub and Liverpool's pub scene very much alive.
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Tom Stainer, Camra spokesman, said: "Community Pubs Month is about highlighting the important role pubs play in community life and no pubs are better examples of fantastic locals than these 200 Camra branch winners.
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In Moseley, licensee Keith Marsden said the news will benefit his pub, the Prince of Wales, owned by Spirit Pub Company.
Local author and photographer Bob Meyers recently released a book with Wallace, "Irish Pubs in America: History, Lore and Recipes.
While more needs to be done from Government to support pubs it is also up to communities to do the same and go to their local because once a pub closes and becomes residential it will never come back.
Speaking in the Commons before the vote, Mr Morris said that pubs were often forced to pass on the extra costs to customers.
Jo and Richard Bennett, of The Pilot of Mumbles, won the Campaign for Real Ales (Camra) 2014 Wales Pub of the Year award in September and were officially presented with it at the weekend by Camra's regional director Ian Saunders.
North Shields' e Staith House - formerly e Dolphin - is up for the Best Turnaround Pub prize after being taken over by MasterChef: e Professionals "nalist John Calton.
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A change in the law in England and Wales in 1995 means failing or closed pubs are often targeted by national supermarket chains.