And surely ye'll be your pint-stowp,
And surely I'll be mine,
And we'll tak a cup o kindness yet,
For auld lang syne!

Robert Burns - Scotland's national bard


Pubs chain events

Pub's chain/ Marata st. 2 (Rom-Baba)

Residents of Great Britain and Ireland were drinking beer from the Bronze Age. Pubs also began to appear with the arrival of the Romans and the establishment of the Roman road network. That's when the first hotels were established, where weary travelers could rest. When the Romans left, the new pubs continue to open. Pubs that time also called źalehouse╗ (elhaus, literally "House of ale"). They became so numerous that in 965 King Edgar decreed, which established that in one village can not be more than one pub. (Pub "English Royal Standard╗ The Royal Standard of England, located near Bekonsfilda, is a modern deystvuschim pub which had grown from Saxon elhausa).

Pub's placement

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