• The A-Z of Pub and Tavern Snacks

    There is nothing quite like having a savory snack while you are having a beer or two, and once the humble packet of crisp or fries were the only alternative. Today there are a multiple of salty and savory snacks for you to nibble on whilst you imbibe. We look[…]

  • The Most Popular Soft Drinks in Tavern and Pubs

    Many people who enter in a pub or tavern are there to enjoy a cool beer or perhaps a nice glass of whisky, but for others a soft drink is more appropriate. This may be because they are the designated driver or for those who are simply off the booze[…]

  • The History of American Saloons

    The Western saloons were versions of the East Coast Tavern, and it was a kind of bar that was particular to the Old West. The clientele was far different to that of a Tavern, mostly frontiersmen such as soldiers, fur trappers, cowboys, lumberjacks, gamblers, lawmen and miners. Saloons came in[…]

  • Modern Day Pub Games and Activities

    The humble pub has been around, in one form or another, since the Romans landed on the shores of Britain. Despite its vintage status, however, you could say that pub culture is as strong as it ever was. It has weathered storms during its long lifetime such as licensing laws,[…]

  • The Best Traditional Pub & Tavern Games – Part 3

    In our final part of looking back at the best traditional tavern and pub games we take a look into card and dice games and some of the more popular ball games. Cards and Dice Games Cribbage is a vastly popular game and you can still see cribbage boards in[…]

  • The Best Traditional Pub & Tavern Games – Part 2

    Our second visit to the pubs and taverns across the world to study the most popular bar games and sports. Many of these games have stood the test of time and have been developed into newer versions played on a computer or phone for personal use. Shove Ha’penny Versions of[…]

  • The Best Traditional Pub & Tavern Games – Part 1

    The humble pub or tavern has been at center of community culture for centuries, it was traditionally a place where weary travelers could rest on their long coaching journeys and receive much needed board and sustenance. As time went by these Coaching Inns were slowly turned into hubs of the[…]