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Favourite pub names 22:42 - Jul 14 with 4899 viewscolinallcars

Not having anything else to occupy what I call my mind, I suddenly started to think of my favourite pub names. I find the Ship Aground very evocative and I also like the Dog And Muffler and The World Turned Upside Down. Any good 'uns ? Not made up ones please.
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Favourite pub names on 23:07 - Jul 14 with 2080 viewsRs_Holy

Okay so it’s Jamie Oliver so it’s going to be universally disliked but he did a cookery show a few years back and travelled around the country in the lorry which he converted into a pub.... He called the mobile pub “the Cock in Cider”.... which made me smile 😊
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Favourite pub names on 23:56 - Jul 14 with 2035 viewssmegma

The Ferret And Firkin In The Balloon Up The Creek Without A Paddle takes some beating. The day it closed down Gary Moore played a blinding set in the Adventure playground next to the beer garden.


http://www.foodandfuel.co.uk/our-pubs/lots-road-pub-dining-room-chelsea/about-us
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Favourite pub names on 23:58 - Jul 14 with 2033 viewsFDC

Tumbledown Dick in Farnborough is a good one.

Lass o' Gowrie in Manchester also good - referred to as simply The Lass.
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Favourite pub names on 00:02 - Jul 15 with 2024 viewsFDC

The Moon Under Water, also Manchester. Named after Orwell's imagined pub apparently
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Favourite pub names on 00:35 - Jul 15 with 2007 viewsDannyPaddox

The Giggling Marxist
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Favourite pub names on 01:50 - Jul 15 with 1989 viewsBoston

Favourite pub names on 00:35 - Jul 15 by DannyPaddox

The Giggling Marxist


Marxist’s don’t giggle.

Poll: Thank God The Seaons Over.

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Favourite pub names on 02:02 - Jul 15 with 1988 viewsBoston

Hope & Anchor
Barge Aground
Spotted Dog
Rifle Volunteer
Bricklayers
Worlds End
Assembly Rooms
Blind Beggar
Blue Coat Boy
North Pole

Poll: Thank God The Seaons Over.

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Favourite pub names on 05:08 - Jul 15 with 1945 viewsjtuck

Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem

Pub built in sandstone caves in Castle Hill in Nottingham.

Duartebrit

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Favourite pub names on 06:22 - Jul 15 with 1908 viewsLblock

The Tap on The Line

Boozer at Kew Station

Here for a good time..... not a long time

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Favourite pub names on 07:50 - Jul 15 with 1844 viewspeterlund_dk

A very local bar for locals in my small hometown in Southern Denmark:
Congo Bar.... owned by a Vietnamese family.

The beer is meh, but the snacks are bang on point.
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Favourite pub names on 07:54 - Jul 15 with 1838 viewsFDC

Favourite pub names on 00:35 - Jul 15 by DannyPaddox

The Giggling Marxist


Ha is that real?

Reminds me of this account of Marx and Engels out on the lash.

https://libcom.org/history/marx-piss-london-pub-crawl-karl-marx-late-1850s-wilhe

About 15 pubs in Manchester and Salford claim to be their regular haunt, including my old after work regular The Crescent.
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Favourite pub names on 08:09 - Jul 15 with 1824 viewsMetallica_Hoop

The Worlds End.

I found this one in Paris by accident before an Epica gig

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Beer and Beef has made us what we are - The Prince Regent

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Favourite pub names on 08:21 - Jul 15 with 1813 viewssmegma

Favourite pub names on 05:08 - Jul 15 by jtuck

Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem

Pub built in sandstone caves in Castle Hill in Nottingham.


Brilliant pub but not if you're over 6 foot tall.
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Favourite pub names on 08:29 - Jul 15 with 1806 viewsMetallica_Hoop

Favourite pub names on 08:21 - Jul 15 by smegma

Brilliant pub but not if you're over 6 foot tall.


Yeah I cracked my head on that big stone as you go into the beer garden. F'kin hurt!

The WI ladies having lunch there were most sympathetic

Beer and Beef has made us what we are - The Prince Regent

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Favourite pub names on 08:57 - Jul 15 with 1786 viewsisawqpratwcity

Favourite pub names on 08:29 - Jul 15 by Metallica_Hoop

Yeah I cracked my head on that big stone as you go into the beer garden. F'kin hurt!

The WI ladies having lunch there were most sympathetic


Definitely not ginger, but you'd be an idiot to reject their attention...

Poll: Deaths of Thatcher and Mandela this year: Sad or Glad?

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Favourite pub names on 09:31 - Jul 15 with 1746 viewsdavman

"Doctor Thirsty's Surgery" used to be in Bristol...

Money, money, money - we're not really like Chelscum, are we?
Poll: One more incoming according to Warburton, but what position?

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Favourite pub names on 09:35 - Jul 15 with 1740 viewsBazzaInTheLoft

There used to be a boozer called The Case Is Altered in Willesden.

The pub sign was a judge in handcuffs. Always fascinated me as a kid.
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Favourite pub names on 09:41 - Jul 15 with 1733 viewsHantsR

As a child I was always fascinated by the pub sign for 'The labour in vain' as we travelled to the South Coast for our holidays. Probably not there any more, for obvious reasons.

Poll: Who's the Guy on the bonfire on Nov 5th?

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Favourite pub names on 09:49 - Jul 15 with 1721 viewsjohann28

Owl and Hitchiker - Holloway Rd
Hung Drawn and Quartered - Gt Tower St
Defector's Weld - Shep's Bush
Mad Bishop & Bear - Paddington
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Favourite pub names on 09:50 - Jul 15 with 1716 viewsDannyPaddox

Favourite pub names on 01:50 - Jul 15 by Boston

Marxist’s don’t giggle.


Great film. Peter Lorre should have won an oscar.
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Favourite pub names on 09:54 - Jul 15 with 1701 viewsMick_S

Favourite pub names on 09:35 - Jul 15 by BazzaInTheLoft

There used to be a boozer called The Case Is Altered in Willesden.

The pub sign was a judge in handcuffs. Always fascinated me as a kid.


There is one in Eastcote as well - nice pub.

Did I ever mention that I was in Minder?
Poll: Should Seann and Katya stay on Strictly Come Dancing?

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Favourite pub names on 09:57 - Jul 15 with 1699 viewsloftboy

The Monks Retreat in Reading

favourite cheese mature Cheddar. FFS there is no such thing as the EPL
Poll: France or Croatia

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Favourite pub names on 10:09 - Jul 15 with 1681 viewsNorthernr

My grandad once looked long and hard at a Delicatessen in Covent Garden before declaring that The Delicate Susan was an odd name for a pub. So if I ever have one, we'll probably call it that.
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Favourite pub names on 10:27 - Jul 15 with 1646 viewskingo

There used to be one in Ealing known as the Flies Home, I think its proper name was the Ealing Tavern or something like that.

RIP: Sniffer, Doug and Pat

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Favourite pub names on 10:30 - Jul 15 with 1638 viewsaston_hoop

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