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WTGW 7/23/14: JoJo's Sports Bar & Grille, Medina

So this week’s pick was a bit out of our immediate area – about a 30-35 minute drive to the west of us – but, hey, after a year of doing this let’s just say we’re running out of decent local options. 1,462 more words

New Places

Monton: The Blue Bell and Maltdog

Metrolink may not always be the most efficient or reliable service but it allows for exploring parts of the city you might not otherwise visit. 358 more words

Pubs

Pirate Word of the Day - Kisscurl

From the Dictionary of Nautical, University, Gypsy and Other Vulgar Tongues first published in 1859.

Kisscurl: a small curl twisted on the temple. See… 304 more words

Slang From The 1700s

The King’s Head Theatre Pub

Address: 115 Upper Street, N1 1QN

Nearest Station: Angel

Welcome: Good; Service: Good (SIT); Beer: Good; Toilets: Basic

Cost of two pints and a double vodka lemonade: … 308 more words

Beer

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The Greyhound, Hackforth

THE GREYHOUND
Hackforth, Bedale, North Yorkshire DL8 1PB
01748 813360
greyhoundathackforth.co.uk
info@greyhoundathackforth.co.uk (E-Mail)
 DINNER: Mon-Sun 5.30-9.00pm. LUNCH: Wed-Sat 12-2.30, Sun 12-3
Accommodation: Rooms from £65 Bed & Breakfast… 987 more words

Bedale

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SEQBeers - Fortitude Brewing Co / Noisy Minor Brewing Co

Fortitude Brewing Co pulled together three disparate strings – Ian Watson, Ged Connors and Jim O’Connor – in 2012 to form a new south-east Queensland brewery based at Eagle Heights, on the side of Mount Tamborine, first producing beer from their tiny facility in 2013. 876 more words

Craft Beer

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Pirate Word of the Day - Kisky

From the Dictionary of Nautical, University, Gypsy and Other Vulgar Tongues first published in 1859.

Kisky: drunk, fuddled.

(Another one I think we should bring back.  22 more words

Slang From The 1700s