How many of your favourite pubs have become property or supermarkets since 13 years and one day ago?I disagree. I’ve been a pub goer since I was 15 years old and I’ve always been sick to the teeth of going home smelling like an ash tray and wondering god knows what the smoke I’ve been inhaling all night is going to do to my lungs.
Why should I be at risk of COPD or lung cancer, both killer diseases, just because others have a smoking habit. Smokers are free to continue using pubs. They just have to go outside for a puff.
Its doubtful the breweries will care, they can flog their ale to supermarkets.Hmm, I wonder. The landlords, breweries and pubcos will have been given quite a nasty shock by lockdown. The last thing they will want to do is frighten away more of their customers with price increases. Very much a buyers' market at the moment.
I've often wondered about this claim. Is it supported by any data or is it more anecdotal and spread around by an industry disgruntled by a failing business model but and who are unwilling to share any blame for that failure?The pubs died when the puritans made them smoke free
The Blues (who now play in Red?) ground isn't exactly central Cardiff thobut.At The "Clive" which is a less salubrious establishment it is £3;30 less 20p if Cardiff City are playing.
you always had the choice, if you didn't like the smell why did you go in the pubs? you knew what it was like inside, all you achieved was you took away a social way of life that a lot of men enjoyed.death for a lot of dry cleaners as well, apparently.
makes sense, if you think about it.
Hey, I like my beer and ciggies.you always had the choice, if you didn't like the smell why did you go in the pubs? you knew what it was like inside, all you achieved was you took away a social way of life that a lot of men enjoyed.