A pub, also considered a watering hole for the alcoholic-beverage friendly, is a place to meet up with friends, relax and unwind and simply have an enjoyable time, after a hard day of work or study. This pub culture is quite famous among students, who have made it a necessity of life in order to get their minds off their studies and exams and assignments, albeit for a few hours each day or week.
Pubs serve a myriad variety of drinks from beer to gin to whiskeys and even soft drinks, tea and coffee for those not keen on alcoholic beverages. In recent times there has been a new entrant into the pub culture, which is Craft Beer. Craft Beer in London and elsewhere around the country are those produced by small, independent local breweries, using hand-picked high-quality ingredients. These beers are extremely flavourful and aromatic, and come in a variety of types to suit every taste, and can even be paired with food owing to their diverse flavours. The brewers of Craft Beer only produce a limited quantity per year; hence it might be difficult to find them, but if you want to find a pub that serves Craft Beer in London, then all you need to do is search online for Craft beer near me, and your problem is solved.
These pubs that are so much a part of British culture, also serve many types of snacks and traditional food, like Shepherd’s Pie, Steak & Kidney Pie, Fish & Chips etc, and is the ideal place to get together with friends and family for some time out. There are many very old pubs around in Britain with many old stories of their colourful history, which pub owners and bartenders will be ever willing to tell to anyone who shows even the minute bit of interest.
Pubs can be loud, with everyone talking and laughing or even enjoying a game on the TV, but it all goes with the culture that it has created over the years, and will continue into the future as well.
Of course, if the pub life is not one for you, you can still enjoy a time out with friends at home and get your booze delivery in London straight to your doorstep. However, the fun of going out is ‘going out’, so come on, let’s be a part of this great British pub culture!