Wednesday, February 22, 2012

A Wednesday afternoon virtual pub crawl...

While we continue to work away behind the scenes, getting ever closer to making the Townhouse a reality, we thought we'd share some of things we stumble across in our research that inspire and spur us on. Terry recently found some neat videos on a website called Meet Gerry O'Brien, the charming proprietor of The Churchill Arms, a "real" pub in Notting Hill.

This is England's first community owned pub in Yorkshire, their story is testament to the vital role a good pub plays in the social fabric of a community.

If you've got a bit more time, drop in here to check out a magnificant example of lavish Victorian design (The Red Lion), some classic old world pub games, or check out some amazing cask beer at CAMRA's current Sutton pub of the Year, The Hope in Surrey.


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