Drinking: Pubs, clubs and drunken Brits - The Economist

Drinking: Pubs, clubs and drunken Brits

Drinking: Pubs, clubs and drunken Brits - The Economist
Drinking: Pubs, clubs and drunken Brits
Published Sep 11, 2004
517 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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Pubs are doing just fine--if you stretch the definition J.D. WETHERSPOON, a discount pub operator which specialises in converting old offices and bank branches into watering holes, has a reputation for leading innovation and has seen...

  
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The Economist. "Drinking: Pubs, clubs and drunken Brits" Sep 11, 2004. Alacra Store. Jun 22, 2017. <http://news.alacrastore.com/economist/Drinking-Pubs-clubs-and-drunken-Brits-EN_EN_MAIN_20040911T000000_0023>
  
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