pub crawl

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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!
See also: crawl, pub

a ˈpub crawl

(British English, informal) a visit to several pubs, going straight from one to the next and drinking in each one: We went on a pub crawl last night.
See also: crawl, pub
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And for non-drinkers, they can participate in the pub-crawl on June 7, and all they need to do is have one drink either alcoholic or non-alcoholic in at least 10 of the participating pubs and get the official pub-crawl card stamped at each watering hole.
Anyone wishing to take part in the pub-crawl should pick up a registration form from the Anker or call Craig and Amy on 07813 829108 or 07966 364212.
All funds raised by the pub-crawl will be donated to the RNIB and used to fund local initiatives for blind and partially- sighted people in the Society's trading area of Coventry, Warwickshire and south Leicestershire.
The problem seems to be the pub-crawls organised by some operators which result in visitors becoming heavily drunk, behaving aggressively, causing disturbances and vandalising property.